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.
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.
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.
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).