New York Times Technology Writer David Pogue shares his 10 Favorite iPhone Apps. He’s got some great looking apps on this list and I actually can’t wait to download some of these and try them out. After you check out his faves, please leave your own iPhone apps recommendations in the comments, I’d love to read them! Here are just a few of his top apps:
- LED Light (free). The LED “flash” on the iPhone 4 is incredibly powerful; you could practically light up a runway with it. It’s fantastic for reading menus and show programs in dim light, for inspecting plumbing and car parts in narrow spaces, and for removing splinters.
- Line2 (free). Gives your iPhone a second phone line with its own number—one that makes or receives calls over WiFi when you’re in a hot spot (no AT&T minutes!), or over AT&T when you’re not. Unlimited texting, unlimited calling, $10 a month.
- FlightTrack Pro ($10). Incredible. Shows every detail of every flight: gate, time delayed, airline phone number, where the flight is on the map, and more.