Microsoft recently announced that the Windows Phone Marketplace app store now has 6,000 apps and counting. That's not even remotely close to Android's 100,000 apps or the iPhone's 300,000, but the Windows Phone 7 Zune-like interface gives apps a colorful and useful visual flair that's lacking on other mobile platforms. Here are 10 free apps that benefit from the Windows Phone 7 aesthetic.
The free Weather Channel app uses the sleek WP7 interface to its advantage. Even with its larger text, The Weather Channel app still packs in
frequently-updated information on different screens that can be swiped through smoothly. With scenic photos as a backdrop, the app provides current
temperatures, forecasts and more. Swipe to another screen and there's a five-day forecast with graphics and more details. Another screen lands on a radar
map, and a final screen provides video forecasts and traffic cams.
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