Manage Tasks with Bring the Wine for Windows Phone 7
A task-listing application is an essential for modern smartphone use. However, when XDA member ithinkurdumb made the change from Windows Mobile 6.5 to Windows Phone 7, the developer was dismayed to be unable to find an application for WP7 which lived up to those on the older platform.
For this reason, the developer decided that it was time to make one. Along with a friend, ithinkurdumb coded the Bring the Wine application – a simple yet elegant task-keeper whose main draw is the fact that it is capable of synchronising your phone’s tasks with those on your Exchange Server account.
If you have a Windows Phone and would like to give Bring the Wine a try, simply search for it in the Zune App Marketplace, where it is freely available. More information about the app is to be found in the development thread.
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