Free up the memory without restarting your phone.
36) SoftKey Manager
Lets you change the defaults of your Today screen soft keys.
Turns your phone into a Wi-Fi or 3G storage device or a mobile web server. Plus it includes its own file viewer.
Make calls using your virtual number from Google Voice, Phone.com, or JaJah, via the touch screen dialing pad.
39) WiFi Monster
Turns the Wi-Fi on and off, sees nearby routers and hotspots, and connects to them.
Quickly and easily access the photos, music, videos, and other content from your mobile phone via your computer's web browser. It even features a registry editor to tweak Windows Mobile and has the ability to send/receive texts!
41) TreeSize Mobile
Running out of room for your files and downloads? This simple app sorts file based on size.
This grabs your mobile phone screen and saves it as an image, so you can share it with others.
Want to sharpen your pool skills before hitting the pool hall? The free edition gives you three chances to get the ball in the pocket.
44) Par 72 Golf
Taking a break from the real green, Tiger? You can still practice your swing from home. The free edition lets you play the first hole of each course.
Are you a runner, or are you trying to be? Track your distance, speed, and altitude on your mobile.
46) Google Maps
Get maps, directions, street view, business listings, and more from Google's databaseplus you can see your location even without GPS.
Put your GPS to workthis app alerts when you come near speed traps, red-light cameras, and other dangers.
Easily share your location with whom you want to, making use of your GPS, and they'll see a map of where you're at.
Gives you flight information in the palm of your hand and helps you log your tips.
Eric Geierr is a Freelance Tech Writer. He has authored many networking and computing books for brands like For Dummies and Cisco Press. He's also the Founder and CEO of NoWiresSecurity, which helps businesses easily protect their Wi-Fi network.
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