Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Posted by Brad Wasson in "Windows Phone Talk" @ 05:30 PM
"While the ubiquitous "tip calculator" is there, the biggy appears to be a Google Voice app called 'GoVoice'. We're not sure if this a call-back method or one that auto-dials/logs in your Google account, but either way it's a good sign some of us will be able to continue using our Google Voice number when we get our new phone."
If you are currently a smartphone owner, or planning to become one, you will, well, spend a lot of time looking for and trying out apps. The image above illustrates the Marketplace hub on Windows Phone 7. Now, while the apps in this hub image are not too exciting, WMExperts has a very interesting screen shot of a portion of the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace where future owners will be able to download their apps. Tucked in the screen shot is an icon for a Google Voice app called "GoVoice". I wonder what that might do? How much functionality will that app have? This could be one of the first apps you want to download and try out. Hit the Read link to head on over to WMExperts and see the screen shot first hand.