Just got a new smartphone that runs Windows Mobile OS? Looking for a few cool apps to download? Try these fun apps that can show you the night sky, organize your life, update you on the weather, or train you to be a ninja.
Star Chart This awesome astronomy app will help you see the night sky in a whole new light. When you hold your tablet or smartphone at the sky, it will analyze what it sees and show you the corresponding stars and constellations. You’ll be able to see accurate descriptions of more than 120,000 stars in both the Northern and Southern hemisphere.
All 88 constellations will also have vivid drawings attached. For those who don’t want to go out into the night can just browse the sky using a mouse of the finger.AccuweatherWith a clean interface, minimal ads, and forecasts straight from the website. It displays current weather conditions, 10-day forecasts, and severe weather alerts for your area.
You can even add up to seven different locations for weather information. Accuweather also includes animated radar and satellite maps for your browsing pleasure.EvernoteTrack your ideas and reminders in the form of notes, snapshots, audio recordings, and web searches. The app takes these clips and combines them together into a comprehensive notebook for easy access.
You can even sync all your information on your smartphone, computer, and the web, as well as social media integration and pinning notes.SkypeDespite other video chat competitors and apps, skype remains an essential app to use.
Skype beta can connect you to thousands of others on their smartphones as well as computers. It’s available for most devices and allows you to make audio and video calls over Wi-Fi or 3G. You can also use the instant messaging feature if you’re not looking your best.
Fruit Ninjas if you didn’t need another distraction, your smartphone will provide plenty of opportunities to play games. Use your fingers to slice through kiwis, lemons, pineapples, watermelons, and other fruit with a virtual katana – judging by the popularity of the game, plenty of people love the interactive app.
Spruce up your commute by training your fingers and beat your friends’ scores! Kindle Have a virtual bookshelf of 750,000 titles at your fingertips with the Kindle app for Windows Phones. You can use the app on your phone, tablet, iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows PC, BlackBerry and other mobile devices.
Not only do you only have to buy an eBook once, and then share it between all devices connected to the Internet, you can also sync any bookmarks, notes, and highlights.OpenTableFor all you restaurateurs, download Openable and marvel at how easy it is to use.
The app allows you to make reservations at participating restaurants, as well as find new restaurants to try out. Diners have the option to search specific locations for open seats, and the app will suggest maps and other restaurants based on previous searches and profiles. There are hundreds upon hundreds of apps that are available, as well as many more being developed every minute. Carla Eaton has a B.A. in Mass Media with a Minor in Art and Design. She enjoys writing on the topics of business, technology, and design, and currently blogs for inkfarm.com, who specializes in Canon ink cartridges.