I still have the older and first generation of iPhones, here is my list of ten apps I use daily. Did I mention that all these apps are free! I’m not putting them in any particular order just as they come out as I type.
Once you own an iPhone, you discover that it’s more than a phone. It’s a way of life. Take a look at some ideas to help you get the most out of your iPhone, wherever you go. Apple creates a dedicated area to using you iPhone for all kinds of useful things.
Need a task manager for your mac, then look no further than Things.
I heard about this application via a TWIT podcast then via ScreenCasts online video tutorial. Looks like a great way to do presentations or timelines of events. Take a look at there site for more information and videos or check out ScreenCasts online for there in-depth look at the great product. www.beedocs.com www.screencastonline.com
Ever need to batch resize images or photographs, this handy free app is what you need. www.kstudio.net
If you write for, or maintain a blog, you know how tedious it can be to fiddle with the online interfaces while writing. If you write for multiple blog, this tediousness is compounded. For this reason, developers have created desktop blogging clients. BrainJuice can be found here
Do you have way too many items on your desktop? Do you hate cleaning up that mess? Camouflage is the right utility for you. It hides all the icons and leaves nothing but the pure wallpaper. briksoftware.com/products/camouflage/
A multiple file re-namer for the mac. A great little free app from Many Tricks, you can easily re-name large amounts of files with a single click. Name Mangler
A free stop motion application for Leopard or Tiger, why not give it a try. You can view some created movies here. Click here for Frame by Frame