1. AroundMe, v2.0.2, Seller: Marco Pifferi
AroundMe allows you to quickly find out information about your surroundings.
How many times have you found yourself in need of finding the closest Gas Station?
AroundMe quickly identifies your position and allows you to choose the nearest Bank, Bar, Gas Station, Hospital, Hotel, Movie Theatre, Restaurant, Supermarket, Theatre and Taxi.
AroundMe shows you a complete list of all the businesses in the category you have tapped on along with the distance from where you are.
For every listing you can choose to see its location on a Map, view the route from where you are, add the information to your contact list or even email the information to a friend.
The Nearby listing allows you to find information using Wikipedia about what is around you.
Fast, easy and accurate. AroundMe is your ideal day to day companion.
2. TwitterFon, v1.2.3, Seller: Kazuho Okui
by Naan Studio
TwitterFon is a simple, fast Twitter client for your iPhone.
TwitterFon is focused on 80% of your task of Twitter such as view friends/replies/messages timeline and send/reply a tweet.
At first, TwitterFon opens a settings screen. Enter your screen name and password, then tap done button.
You have 4 tabs which are friends, replies and direct messages tab and search tab. Each message tab has a timeline which keeps up to 200 tweets.
Tap a tweet cell to open the user's timeline view. You can check favorite state of the tweet, detail information of the user and load the user's recent 20 messages. If you open your timeline view, you can delete your tweet on the view.
If the tweet has a HTTP URL, a table cell has a link button on the right corner of the cell. Tap the button to open the Web or additional table view to select URL if the tweet has more than 2 links.
Tap the post button which is located on top right corner to post a tweet, or tap profile image icon to post a reply. On the post screen, you can choose or take a photo, get current location, and get your friends list.
Tap search icon to open search view. In the search view, you can search tweets by a keyword, by current location, or by current trends keywords.
3. Flashlight., v1.3, Seller: John Haney
by John Haney
The cleverly-named Flashlight sports a just-as-clever design. Flashlight fills your screen with bright white to illuminate your world when you find yourself in a dark spot or concert. Also has pixel test and strobe light modes! On-screen instructions when holding down anywhere for a short time. To prevent unintentionally opening the Settings view, you now hold down for 2 seconds to open the Settings view. Added sliding animation for the Settings view. User requested: New Emergency Red/Black/Blue strobe mode (in addition to the Red/White/Blue mode). Sliding left and right no longer causes the brightness to dim unintentionally
WARNING: Contains a strobe light feature
4. EasyWriter, v1.0, Seller: Wellbeyond Inc.
EasyWriter makes it easy to write emails using a bigger keyboard in landscape mode.
The iPhone's Mail and Notes applications can only compose messages in a vertically-oriented perspective, with the keyboard just a footnote at the bottom. EasyWriter kicks you into landscape-mode, freeing your fingers to amble luxuriously across the wider letters. Just open EasyWriter, turn your iPhone sideways, type your message, choose your recipient, and click Send to Mail.
5. Facebook, v2.0, Seller: Facebook
For Facebookers (um, everyone, right? 66 of my Friends) it's essential—a beautifully designed, uber-functional implementation that's always with you.
The mobile uploads (with tagging) is almost worth it enough—now I can see whenever Jesus Diaz Blanco's eats a cookie he is proud of, or sits down to a boozy brunch. You can too!
Get it here babies.
6. Evernote, v1.5.1, Seller: Evernote
Create, clip, and share notes on the web and see them everywhere on the web. Take snapshots, read to-do lists, record audio whenever and wherever you like on your mobile. Search through all your notes, even find text within images, whether online or off on your desktop.
Already a popular web service and found on other devices, Evernote does something that every location-aware cameraphone should be able to do: quickly take and store geotagged photos so you can remember stuff.
7. LinkedIn, v1.0.2, Seller: LinkedIn
With more than 30 million users representing 150 industries around the world, LinkedIn is a fast-growing professional networking site that allows members to create business contacts, search for jobs, and find potential clients. Individuals have the ability to create their own professional profile that can be viewed by others in their network, and also view the profiles of their own contacts.
The app features four different sections: the main page, connections, search, and status: The main page of the iPhone app displays a news feed that shows updates from your LinkedIn contacts - things like whether they've updated their profile, changed positions, asked a question, added a new contact, etc. The "Connections" section displays your LinkedIn contacts in a way that's very much like the iPhone's built-in contact list. From the "Search" section, you can search for contacts by name, keyword, title, or company. The "Status" section allows you to update your LinkedIn status, which many people use to announce what they're working on. Others have this hooked up via Ping.fm or a similar app so it's updated with their latest tweet.
8. Shazam, v1.5, Seller: Shazam Entertainment Limited
Create and share music moments and stories. With Shazam you can identify music tracks, buy them, and share the tags with friends. You can also learn more about artists; keep and grow your music collection and personalise your tags.
9. Wikiamo, v1.6, Seller: 智史 Nakagawa
by Satoshi Nakagawa
Wikiamo is an intuitive, Safari-like Wikipedia viewer for your iPhone. It shows articles on Wikipedia with custom formatting, so you can read it comfortably.
The good points of this application are: Bookmarks, History, Page cache. It allows you to read articles offline. Multilingual incremental search. A table of contents. And links to the other languages.
10. Google Mobile App, v0.3.144, Seller: Google Mobile
Google Mobile App gives you a single text box to search through your contacts and the web. As soon as you start typing, it scours Google for things to help you. These could be typing suggestions, website suggestions or easy access to a search you made before. Google Mobile App even searches as you type so that you see results as soon as you finish typing. Over time, the App remembers the things you do most and puts them at the top. Finally, Google Mobile App also uses the My Location feature to detect your current location and show nearby businesses on a map.
If you use other Google mobile products you'll find them through the "Explore more" button - all in one place.
Watch this video to see Google Mobile App in action.