Cool Windows Mobile Applications To Stay Connected On The Go

We felt that we haven’t updated the mobile applications category for a long time so here are some of the Windows Mobile Apps which are supposed to be in your smart phone if you do business on the go. These applications are not just limited to suited booted business guys as we have also included a twitter and facebook applications which are anything but professional.

Skyfire: The Skyfire is a free web browser which brings PC-like browsing to your Windows Mobile devices. It is the first web browser software for window mobile 5 and 6 which allows viewing of online flash animation and streaming video. It is currently in beta testing and only to users in USA. The Skyfire supports the same web technologies that PC browsers support such as HTML, CSS, Java script, flash , Ajax , Quick time , Window Media and more. The navigation in Skyfire is intuitive as it gives the feel of real web browsing on your mobile phone.You can watch any stuff that you could only see on PC till now be it Youtube movies with comments, radio stations or Facebook photo slides.

AIM Mobile Beta: AOL announced some time back that it’s AIM instant messaging application for Windows Mobile smart phones is out of beta. It is fully compatible with Windows Mobile 5 or 6 and the interface is easy to navigate on a Smartphone or Pocket PC. It sends you an alert in your message bar and that’s just a little AIM icon so it will not bug you every time a Buddy logs on or off. The AIM Mobile Beta has extended user functionality, excellent user experience and animations with better responsiveness and performance.

FriendMobilizer: It is the Face of Mobile, at least that’s what the name of their website. This applications is the first no-nonsense Facebook application for your Windows Mobile phones and Pocket PC’s. FriendMobilizer lets you set your status message, receive notifications, view groups, send messages, poke and wall posts. It will quite easily fulfill your Facebook needs on your Windows Mobile phone while you are on the go.

Fring: Fring is a free mobile VoIP software that enables free mobile internet calls and live chats using your symbian S60 internet connection instead of costly mobile airtime minutes. Fring lets you easily communicate with all all your Fring, Skype, ICQ, MSN Messenger, Google Talk, Twitter and regular phone contacts from one, integrated & searchable contact list. Fring also supports SkypeOut and hundreds of SIP-based services. Fring enables free mobile calls over Wi-Fi Internet access or your GPRS, EDGE or 3G Internet data and saves your talktime.

Evernote: Evernote is not one thing, it’s many. It allows you to capture images as notes, create new text notes, record audible voice notes, synchronize all such notes with your desktop computer and search them on your mobile device. The basic funstion of the Evernote is to collect data and keep your lives organized. You can create notes on it or even write an email without thinking a lot oabout losing it. You can further synchronize the data between your Mobile and PC. Evernote allows you to easily capture information in any environment using whatever device or platform you find most convenient, and makes this information accessible and searchable at any time, from anywhere.

Yahoo! Go 3: Yahoo! Go 3.0 beta for window mobile is your one stop shop for all your Yahoo needs. The application’s user interface has undergone a overhaul and there is now full support for widgets aimed at providing information on the go. It now has an integrated at-a-glance Yahoo screen and improved oneSearch feature with a nice Web 2.0 feel and navigation to the application.

Tiny Twitter: Tiny Twitter application is a free and full featured twitter mobile client that runs on Window mobile and smart phones devices. Some of its interesting features are the TwitPic-support as well as the possibility to post your location to Windows Live Maps. Furthermore it now features a pop-up info screen, similar to the Windows Mobile SMS and E-Mail pop-up, information which notifies you about new and unread tweets, replies and direct messages. The location updates are automatically converted into a clickable link which opens Microsoft Live Maps. You might also like to use Slandr if you don’t beleive in too much fuss.

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