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  1. Jazmac's Avatar
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    Flipboard sits on top of my list of apps.
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    I want New Star Soccer but I contacted the devloper and he said it may happen but no promises.
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    Steam, TS3, some form of VLC player maybe?
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    VLC Player is my number one, then Utorrent.
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    Decent yet cheap photo and video.editing software, instagram, mint, and nook.
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    Metrotube
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    Kobo reader.
    My next phone...
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    I would like to see some dedicated apps for the big players; Facebook, Youtube, Pandora, Amazon, etc. But honestly if there is not I'll just pin the websites to the desktop using IE, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
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    Photoshop of some sorts. Just wanna do resizes, minor touch ups.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystal_planet View Post
    Kobo reader.
    Already there.
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    .mkv player. imdb, Crackle, citrix receiver, drop box, pay pal.
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    Wireshark.

    RDT, run menu, windows media center
    Goodbye Dooley! You will NOT be missed!:@
    Bring back the WeeeeeBeeeeaaarrrr
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    A decent video player that can do all formats XBMC would be sweet;
    A decent music player that lets me stream my flac/mp3 library;
    HSBC banking app
    Virgin Media Tivo anywhere app (don't think that will happen at all);
    Hullomail;
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    Bomgar
    Rsa SecureID
    Some media player that plays almost everything
    Facebook
    Twitter
    YouTube
    Skype
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    Yikes! Forgot the SecureID. No way will my job spring for any of these without that.
    Goodbye Dooley! You will NOT be missed!:@
    Bring back the WeeeeeBeeeeaaarrrr
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuprotocol View Post
    .mkv player. imdb, Crackle, citrix receiver, drop box, pay pal.
    for imdb, go to imdb.com, pin to start, done. Crackle should work in at least the desktop version of IE as well.
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    Drop Box, Evernote, Kindle, Twitter, Facebook, WeatherBug,
    Maps, Olive Tree Bible Program, Fandango or Flixter, Chase
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    Quote Originally Posted by csi guy1 View Post
    Drop Box, Evernote, Kindle, Twitter, Facebook, WeatherBug,
    Maps, Olive Tree Bible Program, Fandango or Flixter, Chase
    Just for reference:
    Drop Box - not yet available but multiple Dropbox clients are already out
    Evernote - already available
    Kindle - already available
    Twitter - multiple Twitter clients available
    Facebook - not out yet but Facebook integration is part of the People app
    WeatherBug - already available
    Maps - depends upon what you mean since there are numerous map apps available
    Olive Tree Bible Program - available for Windows 8 but not yet RT, it also is very buggy
    Fandango - not available yet but there are already equivalents
    Flixter - not available yet but there are already equivalents
    Chase - not available yet (banking apps are one thing that really needs to improve)
    Last edited by swyost; 10-21-2012 at 09:35 PM.
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    Amazing Weather
    My next phone...
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    Rdio. I love Rdio and really hope an app shows up.
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    I am hoping a MPod style app will be avalable.
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    Most of the following are in the Windows phone store so I hope they will bein the Windows store soon, but they all can be accessed by a web browser

    TripIt
    Expensify
    IMDB
    Fandango
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    PuTTY
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    GoToMeeting (not counting on it, but would be nice)
    Ventrillo
    Yahoo Fantasy Football
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    VLC and Metrotube would be awesome :)
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