The Best Recommended Windows Phone Application Software

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What are the ten must have Windows 8 phone application softwares would you recommend for Windows smartphone users? Why would you tag your selected apps as the best ten? What are some of the fascinating features about each of the apps in question? Which of the apps per your selection would you ascribe as Number One among the ten best apps?

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The Best Recommended Windows Phone Application Software

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1. Facebook: A lot of people looking at cell phones through their Facebook newsfeed. The built-in Windows Phone People app lets you hook up your Facebook (and Twitter) contacts and see the latest updates, but the official Facebook app lets you do every kind of Face booking—posting updates, photos, and check-ins. You can pin tiles to the home screen for Facebook messages, places check-in, or groups, as well as just for the overall app. One of our absolute favorite features, though, is that you can have the app set your lock screen to cycle through your top-liked photos.

2. Skype: It helps you to make video call to your friends. It helps you send instant messages, and make calls and send SMS texts to regular cell and land phones for very low rates.

3. Yelp: Yelp is the last world on crowd-sourced ratings for all manner of local storefronts. The Yelp community is the best measuring stick I've found for ratings of local establishments. You can also check in for deals and add your own reviews right from the app.

4. The weather channel: it offers far more detailed weather information from a reliable source in a pleasing and clear design. In it you'll find radar maps, hourly and ten-day forecasts, and videos of local and general interest. Extras include the severe weather center and the ability to browse user-contributed iWitness weather photos.

5. Twitter: It is an ad-free, clearly designed user interface. It also lets you include photos and location with your tweets, and you can watch Vine videos right inside the app.

6. Netflix: The smallest screen has gotten bigger, and now provides a reasonable way to view video entertainment. As the predominant source of streaming movie and TV show content, Netflix is the go-to source for such entertainment, and the Windows Phone Netflix app is up to the task. It lets you continue watching shows you started on a bigger device, or choose new selections and add them to your queue. It's full-featured yet minimalist player interface make for a viewing experience that's just right.

7. Pandora: It helps you to Listen your favorite music. The streaming music service has a genre and even sub-genres for every taste. Though you can't specify exact songs for your playlists, you can skip up to 6 songs that don't please. The app lets you pin your favorite stations as start screen tiles, which display the currently playing song, as does the lock screen. It even knows to block explicit songs if a child's account is using the mobile. Just as important as any of this is the services top-notch sound quality.

8. Mint: The Mint app for Windows Phone may not match every feature found in the iPhone and Android versions, but it does an excellent job nevertheless. The app, with a clean, clear design gives you instant access to your account balances, financial transactions and spending habits, and budgets. It also alerts you to unusual spending patterns.

9. Vine: The Windows Phone app lets you enjoy all those mini-vidis from your followed and even shoot and upload your own. It does lack a couple of its iPhone counterpart's shooting helpers like the ghosting feature for stop motion, but it does have everything you need to get your Vine on.

10. It offers a far richer experience, You get in-app photo and video shooting (not in the official app) with all the filters, tagging, and so on. It even offers a cool map view of your photos. The latest version even lets you save videos to your SkyDrive cloud storage.

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