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February 28, 2008

What’s cool on my device

Filed under: Geek cool,Mobile,Technology,Windows Mobile — Simon May @ 4:27 pm

Here is a list of my favorite apps on my WinMo phone.  Thought it would be useful and was sparked off from what Jason Langridge said about Communicator (as in OCS) being the first thing he always loads.

PointUI – I love this, it totally takes over the device and makes it very finger friendly.
TCMP – I don’t use CorePlayer, mainly because I’m tight, but this works perfectly.
HTC Audio Manager – Much friendlier on the fingers than MediaPlayer
TomTom 6 – I’ve tried other stuff but this is my current favorite SatNav
CMP – Comm manager pro, this does location based profile switching – I bought it
S2u2 – Really nice locker app
moBlog – Great application for blogging on the go!
FTouchFlo – TouchFlo for devices like mine that don’t have it.

I’ve also installed countless little fixes from my two favorite and probably the best WinMo sites, www.modaco.com and www.xda-developers.com

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2 Comments »

  1. […] DivX Converter – Great, simple software. I use this to convert stuff to view on my mobile. […]

    Pingback by My Media Center Setup - the software « GeekOut — March 9, 2008 @ 9:56 am | Reply

  2. […] button and built in a really pretty contacts manager.  This has always been one of my favourites since it came out but I’d recommend this to anyone looking to make their WinMo device more […]

    Pingback by PointUI gets an update to make it look WM7 ish « MyGeekOut.com — May 6, 2008 @ 11:11 am | Reply


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