My Favorite Ipod Touch/iPhone Apps

I thought it would be a cool idea to post my favorite iPod Touch/ iPhone applications that I use  to help advise people that just  got one of these great devices on what they should install when they get one. I thought this would be fitting seeing today is the preview of the iPhone 3.0 software and there will be a full reveiw of that tomorrow.These are apps in addition the the built-in applications that I also use quite frequently.

Air Share- ($4.99)- Lets you turn your iPod touch into a portable hard drive, all you need to do is connect via the device’s IP addresss which is displayed in the applications. This saves the space of carrying a thumb drive or a portable hard drive and leaves a lot of space with the the 8, 16, and especially the 32 GB models.

Amazon Mobile- (Free)- This app allows users to search, browse and buy products from via their iPhone.

Balance- (Free)- Tracks your money simply good for checking or as I use it for the cash that I currently have in my wallet

Checkplease- (Free)- Greatr tip calculator and check splitter for when you want to split the bill.

Facebook- (Free)- Facebook on the go!

Fring- (Free)- One of the best apps, it allows you to use numerous IM and VOIP clients right off your iPod or iPhone

Google Earth- (Free)- Images the awesomeness of Google Earth in the palm of your hand!

Google Mobile- (Free)- Provides quick access to mobile-versions of all the best Google services like: Gmail, Google Reader, and many more!

iShoot Lite- (Free)- Great free game similar to the popular flash game tanks.

iTalk Recorder- (Free)- Allows you  to record voice memos for quick reminders and even have a sync application so youcould move those files over to your computer.

Mighty Docs- (Free)- Great offline Google Docs reader, I have yet to find a good editor but, I really want one because I use Google Docs a lot!

Monopoly Here and Now- ($4.99)- Great monopoly game, amazing graphics but, drains the battery very quickly.

NYTimes- (Free)- Great app that lets you read the New York Times on your mobile device.

Quickpedia- (Free)-Mobile access to Wikipedia

Rowmote- ($0.99)- Saves you from buying an Apple remote to control: iTunes, VLC, and Powerpoints

Tap Defence- (Free)- Tower Defense game, a reat time killer!

TextFree Unlimited ($5.99)- Send and recieve free text messages from your iPod touch or iPhone

ToodleDo- ($4.99)-  Powerful to-do list that syncronizes to

TwitterFon-(Free)- Twitter client, all you need to say!

WordPress- (Free)- Great way to blog on the go and supports multiple blogs.

Whitepages Mobile- White pages (People search) and Yellow pages (Business search) with easy access to contacts and adding to contacts

Yelp- (Free)- Find places near by where you are!

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