One Trip is a handy grocery list making application from Neven Mrgan – a guy who’s sense of humor I can really appreciate. On his site it reads: “I got Dugg. Then the gravestone shall read, Creator of the first third-party app for iPhone.”
The really cool part is that Neven’s application is great. It’s a perfect mini app that is very similar to one I used on a Palm to make a grocery list every week…yes, I have a Palm, and yes, the only thing I use it for these days is to make a grocery list…
You can check out the App here – but it’s only going to work properly in Safari.
These are the kinds of Apps we can expect from 3rd parties, and I think it’s great – but I still hope to see an SDK for richer applications in the future. I’m still not convinced that this method of Application development is going to be beneficial to larger 3rd parties – primarily because I don’t see how they are going to succesfully monetize it. Web 2.0 is one of the buzzwords used by Jobs at the Keynote – and as we all know…Web 2.0 apps are almost always free.
What do you think?