Beta Minus's Windows Phone 7 applications

 

Peak Bagger

Climbing the Munros, the Seven Summits, or the Colorado Fourteeners? Or perhaps you're just climbing stuff and have no idea that you're actually halfway through the New Hampshire 4000ers, or the Austrian state highpoints, or the fifty most... more

In Fitness

 

Ad Tile Daily

Developing ad-supported Windows Phone 7 apps? Show the week's mobile app ad revenue in a live tile, instead of having to go to Microsoft pubCenter for it. You don't need to give away your Live account details - just get pubCenter to email a daily... more

In Tools & productivity

 

FreeBand Namer

So you finally got the band together. Before you play any music, you must have a name. It's downright dangerous to continue without one. Use Band Namer to cycle through possible names - it will even show you some nifty possible album covers, and... more

In Music & video

 

FreeSeptic's Freebie

A humo(u)rous yet strangely useful guide to British slang from the book, The Septic’s Companion. If you can't tell your brolly from your baps or your pants from your plus-fours, this application will be essential. Browsable by category or... more

In Language

 

FreeCompany Namer

When you start a company, the very most important thing to do is christen it. And as you can tell from the terrible name of this app, it's not a simple task. more

In Business

 

Carlos

Keep forgetting where you parked the car? Carlos will help you tag and retrieve it using either a GPS location or a textual note. Only Carlos has a tally of total cars parked worldwide, and only Carlos makes howling noises. And a free trial!... more

In Navigation

 

FreeAntipodes

Ever wondered what's on the exact opposite side of the world to you? It's probably not what you think - amaze your friends and charm your relatives by finding the antipode of any location easily using this fine application. more

In Tools & productivity

 

British Slang Dictionary

A humo(u)rous yet strangely useful guide to British slang from the book, The Septic’s Companion. If you can't tell your brolly from your baps or your pants from your plus-fours, this application will be essential. Browsable by category or... more

In Language

 

FreeNaismith's Hiking Rule

Ever wondered how long a hike will take? In 1892, Scottish mountaineer William W. Naismith came up with a rule to establish how long a hike would take given the distance travelled and height climbed. He decided to allow an hour for every 3 miles... more

In Out & about