What's on my iPhone? Steve Sande's iPhone has...
- The home screen
Nothing exciting to see here, but a lot of my photography apps have made it to page 1. Project 365 is an app that you use to capture one photo per day during the calendar year.
- The Social Media Screen
Facebook, Twitter, and Foursquare all have a home on this page. I use BeejiveIM for talking with my TUAW homies, CC terminal to charge my customers, TripIt and FlightTrack for travel, and check the weather on TWC and WeatherBug. This is probably the most used page on my iPhone.
A couple of the standard iPhone apps are stuck here. INDenverTimes is an electronic newspaper that arose from the ashes of the Rocky Mountain News, Daily Bread is a daily scripture reading, and iTeleport is what I use to do a lot of VNC work. 1Password FTW, and I have my Geocaching App installed here too.
Hey, I have almost a full video studio here. Qik and Ustream Broadcaster both do streaming video, ReelDirector is a tiny editing suite for recorded video. I also have Tumblr on here for a travel blog my wife and I write, and a couple of the "bot" apps!
- DoodleJump and friends
This shows what a mess my mind is: an app for keeping track of my weight and fitness is on the same page as a wine rating app. A couple of banking apps are here, along with those pesky AT&T apps. WiScale actually gives me my weight from my Withings Wi-Fi scale.
- A really weird mix
Things start getting strange the further into my iPhone that you travel. UDID is Erica Sadun's great app for finding your UDID, GoDaddy is a wonderful way to buy domain names on the run. A couple of fun games on here, plus Star Walk - I love Star Walk! On the Grill helps me when I'm charring dead animal flesh on my Weber grill. Noms!
- More camera stuff?
Yep. A bunch more camera apps. 3D Sun is a great free app for finding out if the Sun is blowing up, VoiceBand is just fun (same with KaleidoVid), and Ships Ahoy is an AR app for getting info on ships (this from a guy in landlocked Colorado...).
- The last page... Or is it?
Here's where I keep some apps that I'm jut not sure about. Wi-Fi Finder is useful, but it used to crash a lot. I think they've fixed that. Dragon Dictation is great in my quiet office, but horrible elsewhere. I love Pandora - gotta move it up to an earlier screen. WordPress app is nice, but I like the iPad app better. Notebooks? I thought I got rid of that...