The Android-powered Motorola CLIQ looks set to be one of the better releases from the beleaguered cellphone manufacturer in ages, and we’re pleased to know that the CLIQ will come with a huge number of applications to suit just about any Tom, Dick and Harry – a lesson well learnt considering the phenomenal success of the Apple App Store. Among the applications made available are Mint (to keep track of your finances), Yahoo! Mail (’nuff said), Digg (ditto), Lifestyle apps and QuickOffice. What are some of the applications that you would like to see being made compulsory with each Android handset?
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