Posted 28 November 2008 - 19:15
Top 20 (in no particular order.)
Jaadu THIS IS AMAZING!
Control my computer (Mac or PC) from anywhere, view/edit anything, as if I was sitting right in front of it. The interface is sublime. Works over WiFi and 3G.
Voice-activated dialer. Very accurate. Works like a charm when driving.
Google Mobile App
Voice-activated searches, Maps integration. Accuracy is fairly impressive. Great for finding locations near you. Ask it anything, from unit conversions to math calculations.
GPS functionality. Hasn't let me down so far
GPS integration, Wiki integration - search for anything in your area, from hospitals to bars, etc. Find places of interest. Can specify distance.
Movies by Flixster
Awesome interface - Maps/GPS inegration. Online ticket ordering, movie reviews via rottentomatoes, etc. Showtimes and theatres shown based on your location. Lovely interface.
RSS goodness. Add your own feeds or have the app pick them up automatically. Option to open them in Safari.
Document viewing/transfer over WiFi. Excellent interface. Drag and Drop functionality.
Mobile iCal. Full MobileMe integration. Day/week/month view. Wrosk very well, just like iCal.
Excellent GTD app - there are many, but this one is very robust. Manage To-Do lists, projects, appointments, using a clean interface.
View/download all of your iDisk files via a clean interface. Works over 3G.
FlyCast Mobile Broadcast Network
Satellite radio on your iPhone. Pause live, song skipping, lots of functionality with top live radio streams.
Mobile Wikipedia. One of the cleanest interfaces for this type of app - doesn't cut anything out. Unique collapsible fields to save space and speed up scrolling.
It's Tetris. Plus some cool levels and modes of play.
Find restaurants near you, based on name, available seating, time, etc. Then reserve tables through the app.
Use big notes as wallpaper. Very handy, as it's the first thing you see before you unlock your iPhone.
Dial emergency contacts/services easily and quickly. Two taps is all it takes. Resides on my iPhone dock.
Shows road/weather conditions nearly anywhere in Canada. Ties in to traffic cameras. Very useful for the ride to work and home.
Take sharp photos at night or in low light. Uses the accelorometer to trigger the shutter (optional.) Auto shutter delay, etc. Really improves on the iPhone camera software. No more blurry images due to shaky hands.
Fast voice recording. Tap the app, then tap "New." Save it and add notes and categorize. Clean interface.
There are so many more good ones. It was tough to narrow it down to just 20, but there you have it.