123 My Borrowed List – Windows Phone 7 App Review

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End the search, app fans - I’ve found the best app in the world. And against all expectations, it comes exclusively to the Windows Phone 7 handsets. Borrowed List is just that - a list of people who have borrowed your stuff and have yet to return it. There’s really not much to it - add the item, and the name of who’s borrowed it, and assign it a value from 1-10 via the sliding bar. You can then view your list by the date borrowed, who borrowed it, what it is, or the value. Could this spell an end to people borrowing your shit and not returning it? God, I hope so. Also, Katy, can I have those books back?

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Ever lent anyone anything? Ever not got it back? We feel your pain. But with My Borrowed List you'll never forget again - become the friend that helps other friends return the stuff that's yours. They will thank you for it.

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2 Comments

Ian on January 19, 2011 at 15:08

It looks like a good app. Personally I prefer the iPhone, and a quick search later… I found “Borrowed Things” in iTunes which I would say looks like a better app, but then I do prefer the iPhone interface.

I like you commenting system. It’s the first time I’ve seen it and it’s cool! I’m guessing it is a Wordpress comments plugin.

Frackulous on January 19, 2011 at 21:48

Thanks for the tip! And the icon for Borrowed Things doesn’t make me wince either. It’s not free though, but it’s still probably a price worth paying.

I think the commenting is done through some clever Wordpress theme AJAX magic – glad you like it.