A quick tour around the store site shows that while a large majority of the Windows Mobile apps are priced, there’s a few free options, including the Pencil Box drawing tool and some simple counter and system tracking applications. You can limit the applications on view to your particular phone model and sort by price to check out what’s available without cost for your device. If you spot a particularly useful free option in another category, share it in the comments. Thanks Jen D!
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