The apps that make your smartphone brilliant no matter iPhone, Droid, BlackBerry, or Palm Pre. Here is the list by pcmag of Top 100 Free Apps for Your Phone 2010:
The Top 40 Free iPhone Apps
We gathered our 40 favorite free apps from Apple’s App Store to help make your iPhone and iPod touch shine.
Google’s open-source phone platform has plenty of quality free apps for your phone.
Google’s Android OS is now a major player in the smartphone world. The Motorola Droid was the hot phone when we first released our “Top 100 Free Apps For Your Phone” list in 2009. Now we’re seeing “super phones” like the HTC Incredible, HTC EVO 4G, Motorola Droid X, and Samsung Galaxy S that are bringing world-class hardware capabilities to the platform.
Make your BlackBerry smartphone even sweeter with these excellent free apps.
RIM’s BlackBerrys are still the number one line of smartphones in the U.S. by installed base. Unfortunately, they’re really missing out on the app revolution.
Palm’s App Catalog finally has a well-stocked store. Here are the best free apps for your Palm Pre or Pixi.
There are some awesome free apps available for Nokia smartphones. Check them out here.
Symbian is still the most popular smartphone OS worldwide. But, here in the U.S., it’s almost a non-entity in terms of sales. That may soon change, as AT&T and T-Mobile have begun picking up devices like the Nokia E73 and Nokia 5230 and subsidizing them so that they’re competitive with other handsets.
Don’t let Android and iPhone owners have all the fun; here are some awesome free apps for Windows Mobile devices.
Windows Mobile 6 is dying, and Windows Phone 7 has not yet risen. But there are still millions of people in the U.S. with Windows Mobile smartphones, such as the Samsung BlackJack 2 and Omnia models. While they wait for Windows Phone 7 to rock their worlds, there are plenty of free apps to tide them over.