Getting down to business with Windows Phone

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Michelle Starr is the tiger force at the core of all things. She also writes about cool stuff and apps as CNET Australia's Crave editor. But mostly the tiger force thing.

Android and Apple phones have their fans, but when it comes down to getting things done, Windows Phone users claim that they're on top. Here are some apps that may just prove their point.


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BonitaM posted a comment   

As we know phones are very important to improve our business system and it is very important to know which types of phones should we used to make it easier and reliable to operates.Thanks for your article.
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DanC2 posted a comment   

I wouldn't say Windows Phone users are on top. Most of these apps are available on Android and iOS, and for the couple of ones that are not, there are equivalent apps that do the same thing.

I'd replace the "on top" with "on par".

 

Reg Orwell posted a comment   
Australia

Nice roundup Michelle. Business users need WebDAV access to the corporate web portal and SMEStorage does this well and accesses every known cloud storage.

 

JohnP3 posted a comment   

Missing Microsoft Office - Word, Excel, PPT and OneNote (which I can't live without)

 

ScottS2 posted a comment   

You missed Developed Down Under - the Professional App connecting WP7 Australian Developers with their local customers.www.developeddownunder.comSheeds :)

 

Michelle Starr posted a reply   
Australia

Oh man, I did! Sorry about that, and thanks for the heads-up :)




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