1. Facebook If, like me you are a heavy Facebook user, the Facebook app for the iPhone is a must have. The Facebook iPhone app is broken into 5 tabs: home, profile, friends, chat and inbox. And it’s so good, you may never go back to the Facebook website again. Get it! 2. Pandora...
If, like me you are a heavy Facebook user, the Facebook app for the iPhone is a must have. The Facebook iPhone app is broken into 5 tabs: home, profile, friends, chat and inbox. And it’s so good, you may never go back to the Facebook website again.
2. Pandora Radio
Now, you can listen to your Pandora music channels right on your phone. Plug your phone into the audio jack on your home stereo and Pandora will act as a tireless DJ. Or with iTrip, or an mp3 jack adapter, you can easily listen to Pandora in your car.
3. Wallpapers HD for iPhone, iPod and iPad
Wallpapers HD – The only app available with thousands of high definition wallpapers for you to download for any iOS device. Take full advantage of the crisp retina screens available on the iPhone 4 iPod Touch and unleash the full visual potential of your devices.
With Skype on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, you can make and receive calls, and instant message anyone else on Skype, wherever they are in the world. You can also save on international calls and text messages to phones. Skype is free to download and easy to use. With the latest version, you can now call over 3G*, and keep Skype running in the background.
iBooks is an amazing way to download and read books. iBooks includes the iBookstore, where you can download the latest best-selling books or your favorite classics – day or night. Browse your library on a beautiful bookshelf, tap a book to open it, flip through pages with a swipe or a tap, and bookmark or add notes to your favorite passages.
TwitterFon, by Japanese developer Kazuho Okui is, in the author’s own words “a simple and fast Twitter client for your iPhone”. Unlike other apps such as Twinkle, it has a plain, simple background, and really tries to stick to the basics – no geo social networking, no ability to “broadcast your location” – just a clean, simple Twitter interface.
Gorillacam is brought to you by the photography experts at Joby, creators of the world famous Gorillapod flexible tripods. You can take unlimited rapid-fire photos, up to 1.6 frames per second. Press and hold the shutter button and take as many photos as you want. Best of all, you can keep shooting while your photos are being auto-saved in the background — no more waiting to save before you fire away again.
Plenty of apps exist for transferring content between your computer and your device, but Dropbox is free and easier to use than most of its contemporaries. Dump files you want to sync in a folder on your computer and Dropbox for your device will enable you to access them, download them for offline viewing, and, in many cases, view them.
9. mBox Fax & Voice
mBox Fax & Voice, from mBox enables you to receive and manage faxes and voicemail on your iPhone or iPod touch via mBox’s online messaging service. It’s an iPhone app and online service combination that is aimed at business people who are frequently out of the office. A salesperson, for example, might use such a service to have faxes forwarded to his iPhone while he or she is out calling on customers.
10. eBay Mobile
The eBay application for the iPhone is specially designed to run natively on the Apple iPhone and the iPod Touch. Using a streamlined interface that’s as elegant as it is practical, eBay members can search, bid, and check their activity on the go. Buyers can sneak in that last-minute bid on a hard-to-find item, sellers can check on their sales, and act on time-sensitive information on the spot.