Another app focused on pushing info to your Windows Phone's homescreen is the Live Calendar app. This lets users create monthly or weekly calendar Live Tiles. The tiles then automatically update, based on the background task in the calendar.
I would like to recommend Conference Calleague as a "must have" business app. It pulls dialing info from you calendar and updates the live tile with your call info (tapping the tile dials the call). It also lets you train the app to find the phone #'s and pass codes in the meetings you typically receive. http://wpappinfo.com/AppHub/Application/bc86b6cb-6804-4f5e-9137-289a46f5319a
Does Apple really have over 500,000 apps? That seems like a bit much. I see a lot of reference books for $20 or more. Aren't these really glorified PDFs? Then there's the "Lite" or trial versions of apps and games. Really, 500,000? I just don't get that many returns when I am searching their store. It seems that a search using the word "car" should give me hundreds of choices, but it doesn't.
which phone do u think is best? 1. iphone 4s 2.samsung galaxy 2 3. htc sensation 4. htc 7hd 5. other
The Samsung Focus Flash looks good. It's the size of the iPhone, good for small pockets, and I think it does the same thing as the iPhone.