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  Reply # 661479 25-Jul-2012 09:18
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textPlus
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Top 6 are great apps, last one is my app so I cannot comment fairly on it, it's on the list because I use it everyday.





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  Reply # 662032 25-Jul-2012 21:19
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_Allan: Skype on my windows phone has got to be my favourite.  You can make New Zealand landline calls for less than 3c a minute, or instant message for free.

 I am also a very big user of MS One Note and the windows phone app is simply brilliant.


Sorry for the slight high jack.  I have Microsoft Apps (which looks as if it's the same as  "Windows Phone app" mentioned above) on my Nokia E7 which includes Office Mobile.  So far I have been very under whelmed with Office Mobile.  I have  been using Quick Office and expected better functionality out of Office Mobile.  My main issues have been not being able to open a document from within Office mobile, only being able to open the document from file manager, not being able to freeze cells and save the position of the frozen cells, and not being able to save the zoom on the the spreadsheet with it always defaulting back to the smallest setting after you exit.

Has anyone one on here used Office Mobile or the equivalent and able to offer any help.


One Note sounds like a very useful app I've heard plenty of great things about it but am yet to make use of it myself as yet.




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