5 productivity apps for Windows Phone

5 productivity apps for Windows Phone

Summary: Do a floorplan sketch, send out sales orders and proactively engage Web site users by using some of these Windows Phone apps, and be more efficient while on the move.

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  • SplashID by SplashData
    Price: S$13.99 (US$9.99)

    Keep all your sensitive data and passwords in one app using SplashID. It uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) and 256-bit Blowfish encryption to safeguard information, while also providing an automatic password generator to reduce the risk of people using the same one repeatedly for different accounts.

  • DrawPlan by EBLM
    Price: Free for lite version; $1.99 (US$1.29) for full version

    For the designer on the go or for business owners looking to design an office space, DrawPlan provides a clean, easy interface to sketch out basic floorplans to scale. Users can then export the drawing either via e-mail or in .DXF format.

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Topics: Apps, Microsoft

Kevin Kwang

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  • Wow

    MS have more than doubled the number of Apps in store.
    Alan Smithie
    • Yes theyve created the fastest growing appstore in history.

      Really amazing the great progress theyve made. You can get pretty much anything you need already.
      Johnny Vegas
      • Re: Yes theyve created the fastest growing appstore in history.

        Truly the numbers are astounding. And if you look at the number of apps available per actual customer of Windows Phone, the numbers go beyond astounding to beggaring belief.
        ldo17
  • Windows Phone 7 or 8?

    It'd be nice to know if these are available for Windows 7 phones--I bet not.
    holmestc4