To my surprise, a colleague told me recently how much he enjoyed my “what’s on my iPhone” posting. So, I thought I’d update it with some new apps I’ve recently gotten:
AllRecipes: Just what it sounds like — an online recipe lookup. I haven’t really used it. I think my wife downloaded it.
Analytics: A great and beautiful iPhone app that taps into Google Analytics, so I can see how few people are actually reading this… right now.
BurnBall: A totally fun game that is kind of like the Tron cycle game, only with motion sensing and cute balls.
Drop7: A fun math-meets-Tetris game. Love it.
FallingBalls: In the spirit of LineRider, this simple game looks like what I would create if I tried to create an iPhone game, except this is both fun and a little macabre.
GPS Lite: GPS directions for your iPhone. Works a lot better if you have GPS (I don’t).
Grocery IQ: A wicked grocery store list manager. I just wish it had a desktop component. And the ability to share lists with other members of the household.
Lights Off: A fun toggle-like game in which every square you touch makes other squares light (or go off). Goal is to turn all the squares off. Fun!
LoveJigSaw: Cute jigsaw puzzle game.
Mint.com: A beautiful and free iPhone interface for the beautiful and free Mint.com site.
NPR Mobile: Not sanctioned by NPR, this allows for streaming of NPR content. Nice!
ShapeWriter: Um… not sure.
Tower Free: An amusing game.
Yelp: The iPhone version of Yelp! I have to admit, I don’t really use it.