50 Best Free Apps for Windows Phone 7: Page 3

Posted December 20, 2010

Eric Geier

Eric Geier

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33) Voice Recorder

Turns your phone into a digital voice recorder, great for podcasts, mental notes, meetings, and more. Record and edit audio notes, convert them into WAV files for use with other applications, and apply metadata descriptions. You can even sync the recordings to your computer via USB or Wi-Fi.

34) Calorie Counter By FatSecret

Gives you the tools to help you achieve your food, diet, and exercise goals with the free FatSecret service. You can find nutrition info and track your meals, exercise, and weight. Your information is sync with your account so you can track your progress anywhere on the web.

Calorie Counter By FatSecret

35) Unit Convertor by Microsoft

Quickly convert values of length, temperature, speed, time, volume, angles, weight, and area. You can even save conversions for later reference. This is great for all types of things, including the cooking, construction, and technical fields.

36) Cardstar

Store and retrieve loyalty, reward, and membership cards. Once you add cards to the app you can lighten your wallet, while still saving money or earning points.


37) IP Camera Viewer

Watch IP-based cameras and webcams right from your phone. Use to keep an eye on your home, office, or store. Check out public feeds or add your own.

38) Top Apps_

Want to discover more cool apps and games? This lists apps and games sorted by their rating, giving you the best of the best. You can also filter by categories and subcategories.


39) Scores

Gives you quick and easy access to live and recent scores for NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB games. Keep an eye on your favorite teams when you're out.


40) Runner

If you're a runner, this app can track your speed, distance, and estimated calories burned. The performance info and route map are saved for your future reference.

41) Runsat Free GPS Sports Tracker

Helps you track and share your runs, bikes, skates, walks, and more. It features manual and auto lap functions, auto pause, live map of your path, integrated diary, and online sharing.

42) Omoplata

If you're into Mixed Martial Arts, including UFC or Strikeforce, this one is for you. Get details on news, events, and fighters.

43) FreeCaddie Golf GPS

Get distances to the front, center and back of greens and hole info for over 21,000 golf courses world-wide. Don't see your favorite course, you can map it.

FreeCaddie Golf GPS


44) GasBuddy

Gas prices can fluctuate quite a bit in town or across states. When you're traveling or just out and about, use this app to see real-time gas prices. Quickly see the nearby stations or enter a desired location.

45) World Clock by Microsoft

Tired of looking up time zones and doing the math when visiting or calling afar? Add your favorite locations to this app and you'll always know the timequick and easy.

46) Where's My Car?

If you do a lot of driving or traveling, this can save you a big headache. Simply open the app and set your location. Then when its time to head back, open it back up for a map and directions. You can even take a photo for a visual. Even if you have good memory, it can come in handy when trying to explain to a family member how to get back.

Where's My Car?

47) Yelp

Need advice on nearby restaurants, stores, and gas stations when you're traveling or out on the town, just Yelp! Search this database for business details and reviews.

48) Translator by Microsoft

If you travel abroad, this is a must-have app. Enter words or phrases to translate between English, French, Italian, German, or Spanish. It even speaks in the native accent. Use in-person or study the language before hand. It's history feature saves your translations for quick use later.

49) Currency Converter

Convert amounts for 190+ currencies and four precious metals using OANDA Rates. Great when traveling abroad or doing international purchases or business. You can even factor in rates charged by your bank or credit card.

50) GPS App

Navigating on your phone is usually only done by entering an address. This app gives you support of the actual GPS coordinates. You can view your current coordinates and enter a pair to navigate to using a compass or map.


Eric Geier 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 of NoWiresSecurity, which helps businesses easily protect their Wi-Fi network.

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