UPDATE: As requested, added iTunes store links for the incredibly lazy.
I’ve been asked by a couple people what apps I’m using on my retro original iPhone, so here’s a quick list, in no particular order:
- iNetworkTest - Speed Testing of EDGE / 3G. Their site even maps your location for each test, which is cool.
- VoiceRecord - For quick notes. The only thing I ever used regularly on my previously jailbroken iPhone.
- AOL Radio - There’s a good radio station out of Atlanta that broadcasts through it.
- Google Mobile - Have yet to actually use this, I just go to Safari, but I keep telling myself I’ll use it.
- NetNewsWire - Still too horribly slow, waiting for a new version for it to become really useful.
- Pandora - Works well, even over EDGE.
- Twitterrific - Free version.
- WeatherBug - Best weather service there is, and they’ve got apps for every platform imaginable. Interactive radar map kicks ass.
- Epocrates Rx - More for interest, since I was in health insurance previously. It’s a cool app to play around with for a while, and has limited use after that.
- Fuel Guage - Calculate your fuel efficiency. Really spiffy.
- Mobile News - Not particularly useful unless I’m stuck somewhere and bored, then it can be a quick way to get a current events fix, including local news (based on your coordinates).
- Facebook - Useless, but well done.
- Bloomberg - The ultimate stock market app. Kicks the default stocks app out of the water.
- Jott - Transcribe voice notes. You can’t beat that. Have yet to decide if it’s worth replacing Voice Notes or not.
- Shazam - Listens to a song and tells you the name, artist, etc. That’s so amazingly awesome I can’t even describe it.
- WordPress - I don’t blog often enough for it to be useful, but who knows…