Number One – WordPress
I discovered the other day that WordPress has developed a free app for the iPhone. It’s great if you have a WordPress site as the app allows you to moderate comments, create or edit posts and pages, and add images or videos with ease. All you need is a WordPress blog or a self hosted WordPress.org site running 2.9.2 or higher. To download click on the attached link.
Number Two – Dropbox
Dropbox is the easiest way to sync and share your files online and across computers. With this app you can view photos, videos, documents and presentations in your Dropbox on the go. Save photos and videos taken with your iPhone’s camera to your Dropbox, including HD videos on your iPhone4! Share and send files via email, or copy and paste links to share with another app. Export Dropbox files to other iPhone and iPad apps. ‘Favorite’ files to download them for fast, offline viewing. Swipe your way through photo galleries.
This app requires a Dropbox account. If you don’t already have a Dropbox account, the app will allow you to create one for free.
For more information on Dropbox and its services, visit Dropbox where you can also get online access to your file, download clients for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux, or upgrade your storage to up to 100GB.
To open a Dropbox account and for further information click here.
Click here for the app.
Number Three – Dictamus
The beauty with this one is that it can be used with Dropbox (number two above – yee hah). For a demo video click here. Dictamus is one of the most sophisticated professional dictation application for your iPhone, iPod Touch (2nd gen) or iPad.
- Rewind, overwrite, insert: edit your recordings at any point
- Lightening fast recording controls
- Voice activation: skips pauses automatically
- Intuitive, powerful, easy-t-use interface, streamlined for professional use
- More sharing options than any other recorder: send emails, direct download to your computer, upload to Dropbox, box.net, MobileMe, WebDav, FTP
- Automatic security
- No intermediate servers for email: send email directly from your iPhone, with your name and email address as sender
To download the app click here.
Number Four – Skype
With Skype on your iPhone, iPad touch ir iPad you can make and receive calls, and instant message anyone else on Skype, wherever they are in the world. You can also save on international calls and text messages to phones. Skype is free to download and easy to use. With the latest version, you can now call over 3G (operator data charges may apply) and keep Skype running in the background.
For further information and to download click here.
Number Five – Mailchimp
MailChimp makes it easy to design and send beautiful emails, manage your subscribers and track your campaign’s performance. Don’t have a Mailchimp account? No problem. Sign up free with the iPhone app.
With this app you can:
- Add subscribers to your mailing list
- View fancy reports for your email campaigns
- See how your campaigns are spreading on Twitter
- See where in the world your subscribers are
- Edit and unsubscribe people from your lists
- View Chimp Chatter – a newsfeed that shows the status of your account
- Refer friends to Mailchimp and earn free credits
To sign up to Mailchimp click here.
For further information and to download the app click here
I am sure there are many many others, but the ones above are my favourites. I would love to hear what apps you use, please comment below.
photo credit: Liz Tasa P.