Tuesday, June 19th, 2007

iPhone Application List

Category: iPhone, WebKit

Some argue that the fact that using Safari is the “SDK” for the iPhone is a cop out. Other’s thing it is genius.

One thing is for sure. There is already a list of iPhone applications being built, as shown by iPhone Application List. This is pretty impressive since hardly anyone even has the device yet!

What did these people need to know? The dimensions of the darn screen. They also needed Safari (hence the Windows release for Windows developers). Of course, they aren’t making use of any special API calls that the phone may give you (e.g. openGoogleMap(‘….’);).

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:44 am
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Man, this is unbelievable … so many iPhone apps!

Comment by Калоян К. Цветков — June 19, 2007

I think you mean so many web apps.

Comment by gerard — June 19, 2007

and i think you mean “Other’s think it is genius.” not “Other’s thing it is genius.” :)

Comment by Dougal Matthews — June 19, 2007

Actually, it should be “Others think it is genius.”

Comment by don hosek — June 19, 2007

Spot on Калоян К. Цветков. This is a list of web-apps that work in x dimension in Safari. Cool for iPhone but cool for any device that matches that or comes close too.

Comment by Paul M. Watson — June 19, 2007

Paul is exactly right. A good chunk of these apps will run on my Nokia E61 as well.

Comment by PhoneAddict — June 19, 2007

do others
“thing it is genius.” or
“think it is genius.” ?

Comment by Nathan Friedly — June 19, 2007

“Other’s thing it is genius.”

Only if they mean genius in a condescending way. “Good job! Well done, Steve Jobs for realizing that a web browser can be used to view webpages!”

Comment by Jordan — June 19, 2007

Are kidding me? What’s wrong with the surfing the Web on a desktop or laptop with a proper screen size and OS? Unless your life is so wasted that you can’t live without iTweetr/digg in your pocket, you won’t need these sort of “cool” apps on an overpriced toy. Get a life people!

Comment by Bono — June 19, 2007

I would like to see a Library/Framework especially for the iPhone. I should provide not only many of the useful functions of other frameworks, but also GUI element for the iPhone, based on SVG. SVG enables much cleaner UI design than slicing an image of the interface into many PNGs. If i had the time i would start developing such a framework myself. If more people were interested in an iPhone Application framework we could start a project.

Comment by AndiSkater — June 19, 2007

I’m having trouble figuring mine out???
http://tinyurl.com/2r7cu4
It’s here already!!! The iPhone and at great prices!!

Comment by amazed — June 19, 2007

If more people were interested in an iPhone Application framework we could start a project.

I think it’s safe to say there’s plenty of interest.

Comment by Trevor — June 19, 2007

Wow this is amazing, a browser on a phone, who would have thought it could be done… And web apps design for a fixed screen size. Pure genius!

So… when the screen res changes in the next generation product… ROFL :)

Comment by Justin Carter — June 20, 2007

the ‘LivePhone’ would be cool add for iPhone, since I am a big fan for 360

http://www.mp4-converter.net/iphone-converter/

Comment by bluderfok — June 20, 2007

‘Actually, it should be “Others think it is genius.”’

Really, where do all these illiterates get the idea they should randomly insert apostrophes in front of esses?

Comment by truth machine — June 20, 2007

“Spot on Калоян К. Цветков. ”

Uh, no. See, there’s a little wedge on the bottom of the comment that turns it into a “balloon” and points to the person who wrote the comment. So it’s gerard, not Калоян К. Цветков, who was spot on.

Comment by truth machine — June 20, 2007

“Get a life people!”

Actually, Bono, it’s people with lives who want the freedom to get away from their desktops.

Comment by truth machine — June 20, 2007

“Other’s thing it is genius.”

Only if they mean genius in a condescending way. “Good job! Well done, Steve Jobs for realizing that a web browser can be used to view webpages!”

Sometimes genius is just a matter of not being as big an idiot as almost everyone else.

Comment by truth machine — June 20, 2007

I’m having trouble figuring mine out???
http://tinyurl.com/2r7cu4
It’s here already!!! The iPhone and at great prices!!

There are no iPhones for sale on that page, you lying spammer.

Comment by truth machine — June 20, 2007

You may try this one
http://addfone.com

it is a search engine where one can submit links for inclusion, on the fly.

Comment by HairyPotter — June 20, 2007

good…..

Comment by ci — June 24, 2007

I wrote an iPhone widget (myipho.net/dns) that matches a network host name (eg,
cornell.edu) with a numerical network address (or IP address: in this
example, 128.253.161.179). It also uses GeoIP mapping to return
geographical information (eg, Ithaca, NY) — click on the location to
see it in iPhone’s Google Maps browser!

Location: http://myipho.net/dns
More Info: http://myipho.net/dns/info.html
Status: Made for iPhone / Works / v1.0
GPL 3.0, code available, free to use
Tags: DNS, IP, utility, network, admin, GeoIP, "Reverse DNS", lookup, nslookup

Comment by Philip Flip Kromer — July 11, 2007

interesting site i stumbled across, no ajax goodies, very basic. Although its very nice smooth and loads fast. Sent a few job links to myself through the iphone safari share button. I dig it.

Comment by fred johnston — July 12, 2007

Best app I’ve found is unthirsty. They’re a happy hour finder, and now you can find local happy hours while you’re out and about.

http://www.unthirsty.com/iphone

not that i need better access to cheap nachos and beer, but it’s nice to have it just the same.

Comment by Drinking on my phone — July 13, 2007

Take iRovr for a spin.

http://www.irovr.com

Comment by Erik Madsen — July 18, 2007

Check out MyBudge.com if you need an application to mange your budgets, it tracks budget, expenses and keeps you on a spending plan.

Comment by Chris — July 18, 2007

Iphone application, maybe the first contemporary art project did for iphone. It is a mortgage calculator to denounce the US real state bubble.

See: http://www.derivart.info/lab/mortgager/test.html

Comment by mar — July 27, 2007

Here is a new application GALLERY style website. It has over 300 apps listed and has Ajax style ratings.
http://www.appsafari.com

Comment by Mojo — August 10, 2007

how about an app that syncs the phone to a 64bit OS?

Comment by brian — August 27, 2007

Trevor and others, it’s not a fixed screen… it changes when you rotate the phone! Any developer worth his salt will be designing the app for varying resolutions…

Comment by Aston — September 28, 2007

Here is an iPhone Applications Catalog and Search site. It automatically indexes more than 150 repositories with more than 2000 packages (700 of them are user applications).

Comment by Outofscope — February 26, 2008

With its full browser safari capabilities, iPhone will be big in business as well

Comment by Pankaj2008 — May 7, 2008

the best finance app for the iphone. Love it, it shows you your balance any day of the month, check out http://www.mybudget-planner.com.

Budget-planner

Comment by sabonge — February 23, 2010

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