I’m looking for the better iPhone apps. Also, I’m interested in hearing about any apps that the iPhone users out there find useful. I just picked up the 3G S. Fantastic phone so far!
bloomberg - awesomenosity itself.
HP12C…I think it costs 20 bucks or so. Very handy.
I hust got the 3gs as well… my top apps… google app… voice search very useful amazon.com app - can take a pic of any item and it will find it online and add it to your basket iWant - best location based search tool Stanza - free e-books (like kindle) WSJ/NYT - news Pandora Flixster - best movie app Veritas Prep - Gmat app Shazzam - recognizes any song… really cool FX 360 - great FX markets commentary and charts RSS Runner - for my rss feeds ESPN.com iFitness - track your workouts Economist.com - direct link to the webpage Simplfy media - stream your entire music library from your desktop (AWESOME) Mint.com pdf reader - read goldman research reports on the iphone Bump - from the commercial - chicks love it - tap phones to get there number
I get a lot of mileage out of DailyFinance (free) I sorta like PortfolioLive ($7, I think) for tracking portfolios, but the interface is a little cumbersome if you trade a lot. For expenses/budgeting, I’m divided between iXpenseIt ($5) and PocketMoney ($5, but may go back to $10). PocketMoney keeps track of income and accounts as well as expenses, and I used to use it on the Newton, so I want to use it. However, iXpenseIt has a much better user interface - very easy to enter data and categorize it quickly. PocketMoney does more but the “flow” just doesn’t seem to be there.
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Although unrelated, get the TED app. Also, there is a financial calculator on there that mimics the TA BA 2 Plus. I think Ananda created it after getting ripped off at this place in Delhi.