While running through the app-store you can become bombarded with all kinds of imagery. I picked 8 (there are tons not everyone can be featured in this post, I am sorry) that I thought were creative and interesting.
Take the guesswork out of restaurant tipping. Enter the bill amount, select a percentage, and Tipulator will calculate the tip. And it’ll split the check among friends.Use Tipulator with your iPhone or iPod touch the next time you go out to dinner. Your dining partners will be curiously fascinated with your cute new tip calculator.
Keep your Flickr photostream up to date while you’re on the go! Upload and tag batches of photos using Flickit’s super-fast uploading engine and streamlined interface.
- Add photos from your iPhone library or take new shots directly with the camera
- Batch upload multiple photos
- Edit standard Flickr metadata such as title, description, and privacy settings
- Assign Tags and create new tags
- Assign Sets
- Tag photos with geolocation coordinates
Things is a beautifully focused and amazingly intuitive task manager. Other task managers either oversimplify or are too difficult to use. Either way you are not getting stuff done. Things instead has the right balance between ease of use and powerful features. You can even sync wirelessly with the desktop version of Things using Wi-Fi.
Whether you are trying to lose (or gain) a few pounds, tracking your weight has never been more fun. Set your goal weight, record your weight at any interval (one weight per day max), view your BMI, and see your progress on a beautiful graph. Weightbot also has a built-in secure password feature to protect your weight from prying eyes. It’s easy to use, surprisingly addicting, and designed for everyone to enjoy. Even if you are not actively dieting, you will love tracking your weight just to use Weightbot.
MouthOff will have your mates in fits of laughter – pull it out over dinner with friends or in a business meeting to lighten the mood, use it to deliver an important message or tell someone you love them – the possibilities are endless!
Discover, connect, and send messages to people nearby. Upload photos and update your Twitter account. Contact old friends and make new ones, all with Twinkle, the location-aware network for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
NEW: Twinkle 1.4 is now out, featuring a landscape map feed, a built-in minibrowser, blocking and lots of other cool new tricks.
LEDit is a led screen ticker emulator for the iPhone and iPod Touch. LEDit is great to say something to your friends when they can’t hear you, such as at the disco, in class, in business meetings, etc. All you have to do is type your message and hit the ‘display message’ button and LEDit will scroll your message on the screen.
Wouldn’t it be great if a whole font catalogue would fit into your shirt pocket? If you could find a typeface without knowing its name, just by comparing its shapes? If it were possible to e-mail the marketing department your desired typeface for a client presentation while still at the airport?