When speaking to other mobile geeks the conversation always ends up with asking the question "which is your killer app?". I never seem to find a good answer to that question. Mainly because I have too many killer apps, but also because my killer apps are those that fit in to my own life in a perfect way. They're not sexy in any way and they seldom come with a cool design. Its all in the functionality. These conversations usually end up with me trying to explain why my calendar is so useful because it syncs to five different calendars or why taking pictures of everything with Evernote really makes my life easier. Which usually bores the living daylight of anyone and the conversation quickly switches to them showing me a new game of theirs.
This post is about my favorite 10 apps for the iPhone and naturally these are the ones I use the most and therefore have on my start screen.
Anyway, here is my list of my top apps for the iPhone right now. I'll give a quick explanation of the apps, but I'll save the details for other blog posts.
- RTM (Remember The Milk)
This app i simply amazing. It keeps track of all my to-do's and it syncs to a web application, which makes keeping track of everything easy. It even keeps track of where to do stuff. On the Android-app you can set an alarm to go off when you are near the place of the task and I expect this with be in the iPhone-app soon.
I have a really hard time choosing my Twitter-client but right now I'm in to Twitter. I also TweetDeck, HootSuite and Seesmic installed.
A free reader for keeping track of all blogs I subscribe to.
All links saved for reading later. All my browsers have the “Read later”-button installed and when pressed the items show up in Instapaper, either on my phone or on the web application.
This is the app that, apart from RTM, I could not live without. I take photos of everything I have to remember and Evernote OCR-scans all text which makes it searchable for later. In combination with the desktop client this i powerful.
I know, it’s boring including the calendar but this is where I live my life. I keep track of everything.
Had to include this but my main social network is Twitter. But I still check in to Facebook from time to time to keep up with my friends there.
Download to your computer and whatever files you put in the Dropbox folder shows up on all connected computers and on your phone.
- 1Password and/or Passpack
Passpack is my main place for all passwords. I actually have unique paswords for all services, and this is possible when using Passpack. Though the mobile client is slow and doesn’t work in offline mode. For this I use 1Password.
I try to work out some times and RunKeeper helps me keep track of my progress.
The apps that didn't quite make it
I listen to quite a lot of sound books and also I always keep a few movies in here for those moments...
Will probably be in the top 10 as soon a I have my iPhone 4 with multitasking. Right now i just don't use it on my phone.
Probably the app I use the most, but always as in-browser in another app so it just doesn't qualify to the list.
Like Safari I probably use this quite a lot, but often from another application.
Just downloaded and hardly tested but worth mentioning. When my wife gets her iPhone this app will probably kick in and simplify our shopping as well as other stuff.
Really cool app for travelling. It even has offline storage of everything you need to know for your trip. Unfortunately I don't travel that much.
The app for my bank. Quite good for other stuff too, like currency and keeping track of expenses.
Wow! The apps that you talked about on your post are cool.
there is a cool free iPhone app that you will totally want to add to your list of apps to use. It is called Cardmobili. The Cardmobili app allows you to store all of your loyalty cards and membership cards in your iPhone. I love thefact that this app keeps the wallet clutter free. I totally fell in love with this app. You can see it for yourself by going to www.cardmobili.com
Keep on writing these awesome posts. You do great.
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