WenWM · Mar 2, 2010 at 01:28 pm

Recommended Software List for Touch Pro2

There’s a vast amount of software available to the Touch Pro2, as such a list that contains the best is can come in helpful. This list has been created by skyler17, his list is populated with many applications for different functions. Amongst recent additions are Co0kie’s home tab and LockDevice.

Originally posted by skyler17

If you want to see more apps than those that are listed on the first page, navigate to the end of the thread. Stuff there gets posted there before anything is added to the first page.

I’m addicted to flashing. But I like my apps. I had always wished that there would be a central place that I could look at for quality apps for the Rhodium that others can confirm work. The download links are in the descriptions.

Continue on to the list in this thread.


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