The Apple Core: Over 150 iPhone Apps Now Available for iPhone

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Date: Monday, July 16th, 2007, 08:57
Category: The Apple Core

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The iPhone’s been out for the better part of a month now and there are some great included features as well as features that seem to have gone missing. And when people spend US$499 to US$599 (before sales tax, keep in mind) on a handset, they’re bound to want to do everything they can with the item.
This is where the third party developers come in.
In less than a month, about 150 applications have surfaced for the iPhone, allowing for new features such as e-mail management, web browser fixes, widget workarounds and Microsoft Exchange server access.
Not content with what’s out there, PowerPage head honcho Jason O’Grady has full links to the list of currently available applications via his blog over on The Apple Core.
If there’s something you want to do with your iPhone that you didn’t think was possible to take, take a gander at the blog and the lists.
In the meantime, I’ll hold off on the iPhone until it can teach my basset hound to tap dance (if it can’t do that, then what good is it?)
If you have any thoughts or ideas on this, let us know over in the forums.


iphone.jpg
The iPhone’s been out for the better part of a month now and there are some great included features as well as features that seem to have gone missing. And when people spend US$499 to US$599 (before sales tax, keep in mind) on a handset, they’re bound to want to do everything they can with the item.
This is where the third party developers come in.
In less than a month, about 150 applications have surfaced for the iPhone, allowing for new features such as e-mail management, web browser fixes, widget workarounds and Microsoft Exchange server access.
Not content with what’s out there, PowerPage head honcho Jason O’Grady has full links to the list of currently available applications via his blog over on The Apple Core.
If there’s something you want to do with your iPhone that you didn’t think was possible to take, take a gander at the blog and the lists.
In the meantime, I’ll hold off on the iPhone until it can teach my basset hound to tap dance (if it can’t do that, then what good is it?)
If you have any thoughts or ideas on this, let us know over in the forums.

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