Motorola reveals app line up for DEXT Android smartphone – looks impressive, but not as good as the CLIQ

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motorola-blur-cliq-apps.jpgMotorola has today unveiled exactly what type of apps will be accompanying its new and highly anticipated Google Android smartphone the CLIQ, or the DEXT as us Brits will know it.

And you know what, the list looks pretty impressive. Annoyingly though it looks much more impressive in the US than it does in the UK. Ok so we get the basics; Google features plus LastFM, Facebook, Amazon’s MP3 Store, Imeem, Ministry of Sound, Photobucket, Picasa and ShazamID. There’s also Quick Office, which you have pay for on some handsets,

Bizarrely though unlike the US CLIQ there’s no Twitter client – I guess you choose your own from the Android Market – and also Mint and the highly useful TeleNav Navigator both of which feature on the CLIQ.

As you probably know the phone will be on sale in mid October via Orange and we can’t wait to get our hands on one.

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