cclexington said...what is it you have and why
It naturally depends upon what you do, but here are my iPhone apps. And BTW, I've used Apple computers since 1983, MS/DOS & Windows only reluctantly when I was compelled, and the iPhone seems happiest and most productive when synced with a Mac. So:
- Grocery IQ: creates my grocery shopping lists, and uses the iPhone cam to read the bar code on products and enter them into my Favorites list without my having to type them.
- yelp: finds merchants & services wherever I am, based on GPS, draws maps, gives directions and reviews of them.
- Movie Guide, from Leonard Maltin: as a gay man I love movies, and I have nearly 30,000 reviews & cast lists from almost every US movie released since the silent days.
- WeatherBug Elite: I always have the weather in an instant.
- Solitaire card games, many available: I'm old fashioned, simply play card games when I'm killing time in doctors' waiting offices.
- ManLight: turns my screen into a flashlight for when I'm trying to put a key into a lock, or whenever. Cycles between hunky shirtless guys, but a shake of the iPhone loses them, for a pure white and max-brightness screen.
- Bump: tap your iPhone with another iPhone that has Bump, and your personal Address Cards from your Address Books are immediately exchanged.
- Hurricane: (mostly of interest to Florida and the Gulf states): real-time updates on hurricanes with mapped storm tracking.
- Banking software: most major banks have a free iPhone app, mine being Bank of America. More efficient with more features than doing a general Safari Internet access.
-TripTracker: shows me real-time status of airline flights, including a map depiction (or satellite Earth view) of the planes's position in the sky. Helpful to me because I'm forever meeting incoming flights to South Florida of vacationing family & friends.
Some other minor ones I use, but those are my favorites.