7 new customers’ Windows Phone 7 applications built with RadControls for Windows Phone hit the Marketplace and our brand new Showcase section as well. Below are the deep links for all the apps. You need to have a Zune installed if you want to see them though.

Daily Question is asking you a set of questions every day to motivate you to be the kind of person you want to be and to better frame your upcoming day. You can add, edit and delete questions or share the entire list by e-mail.

The Resolutions app helps you prioritize and monitor each resolution status along with sharing your progress journal on facebook and twitter to get helpful feedback from your friends.

Amber Central is another application that serves a quite different and very noble cause. It is a free app designed to help in the search for, and safe recovery of missing children. It includes a real-time feed of active AMBER Alerts from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) among many other features.

And if you are in the gaming, check out the Daltonism game where contrary to its name you have to match the given color as close as possible by using the sliders. There are also 5 hints to make it easier for you to play.

Task Estimator helps you estimate the duration of a task by taking multiple estimates, such as optimistic, pessimistic and expected into account.

Life Lights lets you prioritize the ongoing chores and other tasks in your life helping you to visually determine what should be focused on next.

And finally the Pool Tool app is your key to having a sparkling blue oasis in your back yard. With a few simple tests, this app will keep your swimming pool balanced, year round.

If you too have an app on the Marketplace built with RadControls, don’t forget to let us know at windowsphoneapps[at]Telerik[dot]com.


About the Author

Ina Tontcheva

(@pakostina) is a Product Marketing Manager at Telerik. She is a digital and mobile marketing explorer and works at Telerik with a focus on the native mobile UI family.

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