The last four weeks have been busy for Windows Phone 7, with the Nokia deal, a first update, the update bricking some phones, and the raising of the free applications submission limit for developers from five to 100.
And it's to the app side of the platform that we turn our gaze for this week's top 10, as we round up the best business applications for the fledgling platform, in no particular order.
The Windows Marketplace may not be creaking under the weight of apps like Apple's and Android's stores, but it does contain some nifty tools that are ideal for getting the most from your smartphone.
Honourable mention: Angry Birds (TBC)
This isn't a business app, but Angry Birds is coming to the Windows Phone 7 platform and this definitely a big plus for Microsoft.
The game has become the app for smartphones and tablets. So if Windows Phone 7 is going to compete with Android and Apple, especially when it starts appearing on cheaper Nokia handsets, it's going to have to offer the most popular entertainment app of the lot.
If you can't wait until the release date of the app on 6 April, there's always the incredibly similar Chicks and Vixens already on the app store, and boy do we mean similar.
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