Below are 10 iPhone apps (in alphabetical order) that I find myself using all the time (for better or for worse). It’s also safe to say that at this point in time both my wife and I would have a hard time going extended periods of time without our iPhones. Anyhow, maybe you’ll find an app you can use but also I’d love to know what apps you think I’m missing the boat on.
Air Sharing Pro
Mount your Phone to your desktop like an external drive to view and even print documents without installing software on your desktop. Or get the regular Air Sharing app for half the price.
A great generative music app from the mind of Brian Eno. Just tap the screen and you’re making music. My three year old daughter loves this and she calls it “balloons.”
C’mon, you know you’ve always wanted to update your Facebook status while driving during rush hour traffic in a torrential downpour, right?
I use the “voice search” feature to say my Google search term rather than typing it out. Again, this comes in very handy while driving.
Create personalized radio stations based on any artist or genre you choose, listen to tracks from your Last.fm library, or monkey around with your profile.
The best and most useful (non-Twitter) app I have on my iPhone. Creates a GPS map of any walk/run/jog/bike I might do and give you detailed info about distance and pace. Simply amazing. Try RunKeeper Free to test it out.
The Weather Channel
View current weather conditions, in-motion radar maps, and even hourly forecasts for your location. I use this app just about every single day.
Listen to the future of indie, alternative, and modern rock from the comfort of your iPhone.