Let’s get something straight: the iPhone is not just a phone, a media player or an internet browser. Whether you like it or not, the iPhone is an extremely powerful device capable of running applications.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
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How unfortunate - the $999.99 iPhone app that did nothing but exhibit your taste for conspicuous consumption was pulled from the App Store.
A lot of us use flickr to store our photos online. Bought by yahoo in 2004, this service is the "gold standard" in online photo management, and is in some ways the poster child of web 2.0. Undoutably, Yahoo will eventually release a native flickr app, but for the time being we have Exposure, a free ad-suported flickr client.
- Score: 1.5/5
- 4 responses
The new tides app from mobile geographics has the potential to be a very useful app, if, like me, you live close to the ocean.
Using the GPS to get your location, the application sometimes pulls up the tide chart for the tide station nearest you.
- Score: 4.0/5
- 12 responses
Speech Cloud is a free app by Massachusets based Adela Voice that allows you to quickly dial a number simply by speaking into the iPhone microphone, and saying (for example): "Call Clark Landry".
If you are looking for a free, decent, to-do list (something like remember the milk in an iphone app), look no further than My To Do's from do-apps inc. This is a basic application, which allows you to add tasks, assign priorities and dates to each task, sort the tasks into categories and add notes.