It takes photos, plays music and video, you can browse the web, it even catches criminals. What can't the iPhone do?
Not much, apparently.
Apple's iPhone store has been an incredible success --2.4 billion worth of success. Proving that the iPhone is way more than just a phone. It's the worlds first successful hand held computer.
Here are a few random apps that have caught my eye recently. Some you may find useful, some ... not so much.
Text Plus Is a free text messaging app. And by free, I don't just mean the apps price, it allows you to send text messages for free. It also allows you to have group text conversations, kinda like Twitter.
NPR NPR has just released the new version of their free app. And not only is it a great app for finding NPR stations in other parts of the country. It's also just a great news app. But instead of me trying to explain it, NPR made a video to show off how it works and all that it can do.
Facebook Facebook finally updated their app. The last one was terrible in my opinion because you couldn't read all your messages, or read notes, or scale photos, or see what people were commenting on when they left comments on your posted items. The new Facebook 3.0 app (free) solves a lot of these problems. A huge improvement. Here's a demo video: