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List of Available HD2 App Stores
Most Smartphone users (including me), have a bit of iPhone envy for all the great apps it has.Well, one forum member has created a list that points you where to find these HD2 app store alternatives. The list was complied by XDA member tuppaacc, who made sure to include Microsoft’s very own Marketplace, which is the only one that includes paid applications.
If you have been searching for a new app store, I would recommend O!Market. It is a very nice app store by freewarepocketpc, and it is filled with great apps, which are all free. The app store also looks great, loads fast, and more importantly downloads fast.
Many of you Keep asking where to find apps for the HD2,
however Windows Mobile has thousand of applications
and games available, you just got to know were to look.
First, Market Place:
This App Stores comes with most windows 6.0 (and up) phones so in case you haven’t notice the HD2 has it by default but in case you dont have it. Get It Here
This App Store has been available for a while for the windows mobile platform, I think it was the first app store for windows mobile. Get It Here
Third, App Stores:
This App Store is by Kinoma Play, the app store is within the application along with thousands of features. Get It Here
This App Store is by freewarepocketpc.net this is where you will find all of your free apps. Get It Here
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