5 iPhone Apps I Can’t Wait to Download

After spending the last hour or so rummaging through the iPhone App Store in iTunes there are several applications that I just can’t wait to get my hands on.

TripLog/1040 – If you file a 1040 on your taxes, then you probably already know that you can write-off your travel expenses. Triplog looks like a easy way to keep track of things in your pocket. I know if I could keep track of this stuff on my iPhone I’d do a much better job of writing everything down. Hopefully this application will pay for itself.

Price: $12.99


Light – I use my iPhone as a Flashlight all the time. Everyday to be exact. So I’m very glad to see an iPhone “light” application (although I think the 3 or 4 that are in the App Store might be a bit over kill). This one is free – so I’m going for it. I don’t see much of a reason to pay .99 cents for a white screen.

price: Free

Twitterific – I’m addicted to twitter, and Twitterific is a great Twitter client, and of the two that are available, looks like the best Twitter app for the iPhone at launch. I expect there to be many more entries into the Twitter App game soon, but Twitterific will certainly get the job done.

Price: Free (with ads) or $9.99

Guitar Toolkit – I’ve been attempting to learn the guitar for a while now, and Guitar Toolkit looks like it will be a great help. It’s a tuner, it’s a metronome, and it’s even a chord reference guide. This app looks fantastic, and I can’t wait to give it a try.

Price: $9.99

Super Monkey Ball – Sega’s franchise was BORN for the iPhone, and I cannot wait to play it. I’ve decided to wait until tomorrow morning after I have the new iPhone 3G before downloading anything – but this will be the first thing I get as I’m walking out of the store (assuming they come with iPhone 2.0 installed).

Comments

  1. Actually, SEGA made wonderful games on portable consoles long before the iPhone. It’s not like “omg, SEGA games only rule on the iPhone” – they ruled long before.

  2. @Jan

    Oh just hush.

    We all know SEGA has been a round for a long time, and has made MANY, MANY wonderful games. Super Monkey Ball – however, was BORN – I SAY BORN – to be played on a device like the iPhone.

    SO there. :P

  3. hey, paying 99 cents for this flashlight – myLite from DoApp –
    gets you a whole lot more than a white screen

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