The website WPApplist has been running a competition, asking Windows Phone users to vote for their favorite apps in several categories. There are plenty of places that you will be hearing more in-depth news and info about this, so we will just focus on one app in particular: …i’m a WP7.
Liquid Daffodil (Scott Peterson) is the sole independent developer of …i’m a WP7. He has included our podcast in the app itself, and has even joined us once as a guest on the show.
We’d like to congratuate Liquid Daffodil on his app …i’m a WP7 winning the WP App Awards in the category of Best Free App! Congrats!
For those that do not know, …i’m a WP7 has been out since April of 2011, and has since grown to have been downloaded over 320k times! It is an incredibly diverse app that could be described as 10 apps in one. Personally, my favorite part is the Forums section, in which many Windows Phone users share their thoughts regarding the OS and many other things.
The name of the app itself implies that it is for Windows Phone 7 devices, but there will be a name change soon which will better describe it’s relevancy to all current and upcoming versions of the Windows Phone operating system.
In case you have not downloaded this (and LD’s other apps) yet, you can view all of them on the web Marketplace here, or you can access each one in the mobile Marketplace via the links below.
Thank you Scott Peterson for your ongoing contributions to the Windows Phone platform!
You can share your thoughts on the most popular independent Windows Phone app in the Marketplace by commenting below, or you can share your congratulations via Twitter: @imaWP7