Little Black Book of Apps 2012: iPhone, Android and more
title: Best Windows Phone 7 apps Part Two / url: Best-Windows-Phone-7-apps-Part-Two
Ministry of Sound
Fan of the Elephant and Castle-based super club? Want to check out pictures of you “having it” last night? You can with this slick package, and it offers a plethora of radio stations playing the latest “rinsing flavas”, too.
The Impossible Game
Very hard yet also very simple, a bit like Vinnie Jones, this is as addictive as chocolate coated crack swaddled in bubble wrap. Hours will perish as you navigate a block through a 2D platform.
A wide-ranging, 3D sci-fi RPG with graphics that show off the power of your Windows Phone and the sort of longevity that’ll have you playing for months on end.
Struggling to keep up with all the news feeds around? Add content from the biggest publishers to the most mentally ill bloggers, and view it all in one of the slickest uis Windows Marketplace has to offer.
All Recipes Dinner Spinner
Whether you’re more Heston Blumenthal or Heston Services, this Russian Roulette of nosh lets you choose from thousands of recipes at the spin of a virtual wheel.
QR Business Card
At a crucial meeting and forgotten your business card? avert disaster and give the illusion of competence with this app, which creates a QR code to supply your details. it supports multiple identities – handy if you’re a terrorist or spy.
Like ChatRoulette without the fear of genitals, this lets you talk anonymously to other WP users over 3G or Wi-Fi. You can share local links and favourite non-crazies for further chatting.
Lets you watch or download HQ and HD YouTube videos on the go, with Zune syncing.
Start recording with one touch from the start menu, tag photos with sounds or create ringtones from your ramblings. A must-have.
Keep up with the lingo of the next world superpower with this straightforward, interactive Chinese language app. audio and video help you along the path to enlightenment.