LG's exclusive Windows Phone 7 apps
Some of you might think that Windows Phone 7 is still young and yellow and if we compare app numbers that is true. However, come to think about it, not many people use more than a dozen third-party apps and what matters the most is that all the essential ones are covered. LG has gone the extra mile to include its own LG Apps Store (available on the LG Quantum and Optimus 7) inside the Marketplace and it does well in exactly that – covering some pretty essential apps, which we decided to bring to your attention.
winners of a giveaway? Overall, Tool Box is a useful
app with nice looks and it comes for free.
Look n type is an app by LG, the purpose of which is to enable you to text and... walk simultaneously. It uses half of the screen to show you what's ahead, through the camera, while the other half is taken up by the QWERTY keyboard. Honestly, we have found ourselves in weird situations while walking and typing and this app might make it a little easier for geeks to avoid bumping into doors occasionally and doing all other things that make us the geeks we are.
In any case, it might be a good idea to take a look at the LG Apps Store since the few apps there are free and we found some of them pretty useful.
This article is sponsored by LG.
2. smpdx (Posts: 127; Member since: 02 Nov 2010)
HAHAHAHA that look n type is hilarious!!! I want it!!!
3. celldude (unregistered)
something like timescape would have made the store even better
4. cinesca (unregistered)
you forgot voice to text which is an exclusive LG app store feature and works pretty well
5. Prof.Yeow (unregistered)
great idea type when you walk ahahaha i love it !!! i love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
6. LittleBJ (Posts: 1; Member since: 27 Dec 2010)
I have an ancient Nokia that still says Cingular on it and have been wanting to get a new phone, but I keep waiting for that "perfect" phone. Should I go purchase the new Quantum before the end of the year while ATT has the buy one get one free deal or wait to see what comes out new next year ? My college age daughter could use the "free" phone, but of course would have to pay for two data plans.