There are iPhone apps for every interest and every need, and sifting through them can be a daunting task. As we’ve played more and more in the iPhone app space, we’ve found some apps that we can’t live without. Here’s our list of favorites:
RemotePad – With RemotePad on your iPhone (or iPod Touch) and RemotePad server on your computer, your iPhone becomes an air mouse instantly. Control PowerPoint presentations from across the room, or navigate through a tutorial from the comfort of your conference chair.
Facebook – The latest Facebook app update is a significant improvement over the old version. With the new version, Public Pages can be updated from the app, making updates one touch. The Favorites screen allows you to quickly bookmark your most visited people and pages.
Flickr – Just released this week, the Flickr app integrates seamlessly with the iPhone camera, allowing instant posting to the user’s Flickr account. With the iPhone as the most popular camera among Flickr users (yes, we were suprised by this too), this app was a longtime coming.
TweetDeck – Much like the desktop version of this app, TweetDeck allows users to create columns with custom searches, “tweet” from multiple accounts and follow and unfollow users.
Where – A one-stop reference portal, this program is great for travelers and those on the road. The customizable screens can be set-up to show Yelp! ratings, gas prices, weather forecasts, news headlines and movie listings.
FourSquare – A Yelp meets Facebook status meets Twitter game, users are rewarded with badges as they visit different places in the city. The application allows you to connect with friends, offer tips, and make to-do lists of places to go.
We’d love to hear about your favorite apps! Post them in the comments below.