59 apps for Apple’s iPhone

iPhoneDevCamp San Francisco 2007 has a list of 59 iPhoneDevCamp-created applications and links, including:

• Tilt – a game that uses the iPhone’s accelerometer as the controller. You rotate the phone to catch food falling from sky which matches your color.
• PickleView – PickleView is a live baseball game application. It uses mlb.com to get the current info about a game in progress, while at the same time it follows a twitter friends feed.
• Telekinesis: Remotely access your Mac through a collection of mini web apps on your phone. From Google.
• iFacebook – Unlimited photo storage via facebook photo albums, browse your friends’ photos, and get custom google maps searches based on your profile interests.

Full list here.

22 Comments

  1. gOffice is pretty cool. wrote a note, sent it to myself and opened on it my work pc. opened in MS Word no problem.

    So, there goes the word document fear. Well, it can be improved on if you can actually open and edit through there, or import it there. As of right now, it’s only creation. but, that’s a start.

  2. I dislike widgets. If I like a widget enough I use Amnesty Singles to make in an application and open it when I feel so inclined. Dashboard with a bunch of widgets, to me, is unnecessary cpu and memory use. Plus, for things like the calculator and dictionary I just use QuickSilver. One widget I really like, however, is the new Leopard Movies widget. I copied it from Leopard into Tiger and then used Amnesty Singles and its an awesome Movie time/purchase/watch trailer program.

  3. @shawn

    oh my, who would have guessed that a device like the iPhone could handle something as complex as a word document? I didn’t think the iPhone was that impressive before, but that changes everything.

    </sarcasm>

  4. Widgets? Absolutely, every few minutes.

    Top ones: Converter, Translator, Thesaurus, Wiki.

    They’re a real gem ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />

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