Neowin's top 10 Windows Mobile apps you can't live without

Neowin and its members have compiled a list of their favourite applications that they can't live without. A list was compiled of the top 10 applications members require and keep on their Windows Mobile devices.

#10: YouTube
Users can watch videos on YouTube from either the mobile version of the web site, or in a customized application to improve searching on the web site without all the extras normally seen on the desktop version. The slim application and mobile web site allow users to enjoy the full version of videos streaming directly from the web site.
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#9: Adobe Flash Lite
Bringing the best of the internet desktop content right onto your Windows Mobile device. Where the iPhone lacks in supporting Adobe Flash, Windows Mobile supports to allow users to access flash content on their mobile device. Consumers have the support to playback content and applications will work to add the best user experience possible for all types of content
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#8: Skyfire browser
The free browser alternative to Internet Explorer, Skyfire can improve the users experience on their mobile device to watch videos off of popular web sites like YouTube and Hulu, stay connected with social networking web sites including Facebook and Twitter, listen to music and shop all from your phone.
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#7: Windows Live Messenger
Users looking to keep in touch with friends or family over Live Messenger on their mobile devices can do so with the small and compact version right from their Windows Mobile phone. This mobile application doesn't include every feature as the desktop version, but can send and receive emoticons, change your status and more.
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#6: Palringo
Stay in touch with friends and family using a wide range of instant messenger client protocols all in this one program. Users can use IM clients like Yahoo, Jabber, MSN, AIM, Google Talk, ICQ and Gadu-Gadu. The program doesn't include every feature found in the desktop version, but has the ability to send and receive the basic of messages.
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#5: CorePlayer
This fresh media player for your Windows mobile can take videos, TV shows and other media on the go with a huge support list in this miniature player. View or play audio, video, flash files, streaming content, images and so much more; a great replacement for Windows Media Player.
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#4: Google Maps
Google brings a portable navigation with you anywhere you go to help find places like restaurants, landmarks, and other interesting points of interest. Now with the new Location, reported here on Neowin, users can set their location for friends to see each other.
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#3: Resco Explorer
The Resco Explorer is a great tool for the Windows Mobile platform so users can move, delete, transfer, manage files and so much more. This app is feature rich including a registry editor, a recycling bin, FTP add-in, zip compression and more. A must get application.
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#2: TomTom GPS Navigator
This application can help users navigate their way around using a GPS receiver. Consumers can plan their route out before leaving and easily find their way to their destination without having to purchase a GPS Navigation system for their car. A must get application.
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#1: PPC PIM Backup
This small and compact backup and restore tool for your mobile device can easily back up appointments, call logs, contacts, messages, and more. Feel safe knowing that your phones data is backed up in case of a failure on your device. A must get application.
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