The iPhone is such a nice piece of gadgetry but it would not be nothing without the numerous apps. I’ve been using an iPhone (iOS 3, 4 and 5) for more that a year and a half and these are the apps (*) I can’t live without.
(*) only apps that are not part of the default install.
Evernote makes it easy to remember things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web.
Evernote (http://www.evernote.com/evernote/) is available for iPhone, Mac and Windows and allows you to make lists of things you don’t want to remember. Besides the ‘todo-list’ it also allows you to save entire websites (with the use of browser plugins) in your Evernote repository. This is the feature I like most, it allows me to store an entire website for later (offline) reading on my iPhone.
Reeder is a Google reader client
Reeder (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/reeder/id325502379) is an RSS reader that allows you to read your feeds, mark interesting articles and then have them synced once you get back online.
Make the real world easier to user
Foursquare (https://foursquare.com/) is a social app allows you to track where you have been. It allows you to keep track of where your friends are and notifies you if you ‘check in’ to a building where one of your friends is.
Echofon (http://www.echofon.com/ is a family of Twitter apps.
Echofon is my preferred twitter app on iPhone because it’s straightforward to use and I’ve rarely had it crash.
camera app for iPhone
Gorillacam (http://joby.com/gorillacam) allows you to create pictures with your phone. An “anti-shake” provides a way to take pictures when your phone is steady, helping you get blur-free photos.
Time Tracking that works
Toggl (https://www.toggl.com/ is an easy of way of keeping track of the amount of time you spend on different projects. It’s a must have if you want to get organised.
Calorie Counter (Diets & Exercises)
Tap&Track (http://itunes.apple.com/be/app/tap-track-calorie-counter/id307749752″ allows me to keep track of what I’m eating and how much I’m doing sports.
8. Opera Mini
Smarter Mobile Browsing
Opera Mini (http://www.opera.com/mobile/) is fast and easy to use browser and a good alternative to the default Safari.
De meest volledige cultuur- en vrijetijdsagenda voor Vlaanderen en Brussel!
UITagenda (http://www.uitinvlaanderen.be/iphone) is an easy way to keep track of what events are happening in Flanders and Brussels.
De mijnTVgids app is volledig gratis beschikbaar op iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Windows Phone, Nokia smartphones en HP Web connected printers.
mijnTVgids (http://mijntvgids.appstrakt.be/) gives a slick interface on what’s playing on television.