Note+, Stopwatch+ and Counter+ available for free for a limited time period

Note+, Stopwatch+ and Counter+

Windows Phone Store is filled with many applications that can enhance the productivity of any user. Among them are some popular applications -- Notes+, Counter+ and Stopwatch+ -- from Aälejandro Díazs, and serves their own purposes in a very good way. Unfortunately, these applications were not free until now. The developer is offering these applications free for a limited time period as a New Year gift to Windows Phone users. 

Let's start with Note+, the application is regularly priced at $1.49 and gives users the ability to take notes efficiently, and keep them organized. It might rather look simple, but it offers many useful features, including voice recognition support, lock screen notifications, security pin to protect it from unauthorized use, SkyDrive integration allowing users to save their notes online, and access them anywhere, any time. Additionally, users can pin the notes to the Live Tiles, or share them with their friends or simply anyone via messaging, email or through different social networks. 

Counter+ is a tally counter application with an intuitive design. It features Live Tiles, smart counting that lets users define where to start and how much to increase with an additional tap, button feedback, idle screen detection to make sure the screen is on while counting, and more.

Last but not the least, Stopwatch+ is a simple application that lets users track time of any event, and runs in the background as well. The application features Live Tile support, various sharing options that allows users to share the timer via messaging, email or social networks, ability to copy the laps in the clipboard and export them, and more. Normally, both Counter+ and Stopwatch+ are priced at $0.99 each.

There's no word on how long the deal will last, but if you're in need for decent applications to boost your productivity, hit the download links below to snag the applications before it ends. Also share your views if you're already using any one of them.