Thursday, 23 July 2009

My Favourite iPhone Applications

I absolutely love my iPhone and thought I'd share with you my

favourite applications.

1. Tweetdeck - Tweet on the go with all your favourite TweetDeck features on your iPhone. TweetDeck is your mobile browser for staying in touch with what's happening now on Twitter from your iPhone or iPod Touch. TweetDeck shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organised and up to date no matter where you are. Create groups, search Twitter, manage multiple accounts and easily post your tweets or share photos, link and much more. Plus sync your existing TweetDeck columns between your desktop and iPhone. Nice and easy.

2. IM+ - Skype™ chat and Twitter! Chat in AIM®/iChat, MSN®/ Windows Live™ Messenger, Yahoo!®, ICQ®, Jabber®, Google Talk™, MySpaceIM, Facebook with no cost per message! The first Push-enabled Twitter app in App Store.

3. Remote - is a free application that turns iPod touch and iPhone into a remote control for iTunes and Apple TV. Be a mobile DJ. With Remote, you can control iTunes on your computer or on Apple TV from your iPod touch or iPhone. Play, pause, skip, shuffle. See your songs, playlists and album art. Update to iTunes 8 and you can create a Genius playlist or edit an existing playlist. And do it all on your iPod touch or iPhone as if you were right in front of your computer. Remote works with your Wi-Fi network, so you can control playback from anywhere in and around your home

4. Flight Control - is a delightful action/strategy game for iPhone and iPod Touch that is as simple as it is wickedly addictive. Touch and drag your aircraft to their landing zones, and avoid mid-air collisions. It sounds easy, but as more and more planes arrive you will need smart strategy, keen eyes and a smooth steady-as-she-goes touch!

5. Harbor Master - Are you a natural leader? Do you take charge with a steady hand and an eagle eye? You should be a Harbor Master! As the Harbor Master in a busy harbor, you direct ships in - and out! - of a busy harbor. Dock your ships, unload their cargo, and then guide them back out safely so the next ship can dock. As you unload more and more cargo, your expert services will be requested at other ports. But be careful - every port has its own set of challenges! Watch out for the cyclones!

6. Wikipanion - Wikipanion is the best and fastest Wikipedia browsing application for the iPhone.

7. Fieldrunners - is a tower defense game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Fieldrunners has been nominated for several iPhone application awards.

8. Stanza - is a free application for your iPhone and iPod Touch. Use it to download from a vast selection of over 100,000 books and periodicals, and read them right on your phone. It's a wireless electronic library that stays open 24/7.

9. Sky News - Browse the day's top stories or choose one of our categories bringing you the latest UK News, Sport, Business, World News, Showbiz and Strange News headlines. You can also get a quick news update with the handy three-minute video bulletin.

10. Backgrounds - Backgrounds may have you on sensory overload. There are more than 1000 different background images to choose from. All of which are beautiful high resolution images. If you don't see anything that fits your fancy, visit the developer's website and add your own. Backgrounds loads up fairly quickly and gives users three options. Choose between popular backgrounds, recently added backgrounds, or a variety of categories from nature to buildings, patterns and sports. Find one you like and save it directly to your phone.

What are your favourite iPhone Applications?



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