Netflix, anyone?

Microsoft today showed off several programs coming to Windows Phone 7 this year, including Twitter, Flixster, Netflix, and OpenTable. Here's a look at some of those apps:

The Netflix app for Windows Phone 7, similar to the iPhone app, lets users browse the Netflix catalog and also watch films from their instant queue.

Netflix was one of several programs that Microsoft showed in action on Thursday as the company moves closer to the launch of Windows Phone 7.

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Tweeting on Windows Phone 7

The Twitter app for Windows Phone 7 has all the standard features found in mobile versions of the microblogging service. One feature, unique among mobile Twitter apps, is the ability to download and use the app without having a Twitter account.
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Scrolling tweets

The Twitter app for Windows Phone 7 uses the phone's panorama ability to move side to side among different categories, such as replies, mentions, and direct messages.
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What's in the queue

Here's a shot of what's available for instant viewing from the Netflix app in Windows Phone 7.
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Grab the popcorn

A look at a film loading up in the Windows Phone 7 Netflix app.
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Flixster comes to Windows Phone

The Web site Flixster offers Windows Phone users the ability to see what movies are in theaters as well as those coming to DVD.
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Table for two

Restaurant reservation service OpenTable is among the apps coming to Windows Phone 7 this year.
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The gnome goes mobile

Travelocity's mobile app for Windows Phone 7 offers access to travel basics such as tracking a flight or booking a hotel.
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