Quickoffice lets you edit or create Microsoft Word and Excel documents on the iPhone. To edit a document, transfer it to your device via e-mail or a wireless network. You can then open it from within the app and add, delete, and format content. I was a little disappointed that the app does not support more document formats such as WordPerfect, Google docs, etc. However, it’s great to be able to work with Word and Excel. In one stroke, this app has turned the iPhone into a serious contender for the business market.
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The app’s name says it all. Pocket First Aid provides you with instructions on how to provide first aid for almost any medical emergency. Whether you have to deal with choking, chest pains, or allergic reactions, this app provides you with instructions on what you’ll need to do if you or somebody near you experiences a medical emergency. This is an app you hope you never have to use—and one you don’t want to be caught without.
Pocket First Aid: important app you never want to use
A large part of digital photography involves editing photos on your computer to fix the contrast, color balance, etc. Photogene features a fantastic user interface which allows you to edit photos on the fly. You can crop photos, fix colors and contrast, straighten and rotate them, create mirror images, and more. You can even do some fun things like apply special effect filters, caption bubbles, and more.
Photogene: edit important photos on the fly
MLB At Bat not only gives you real-time scores and schedules, but also provides standings, SMS alerts, video, and even live-game action. With the paid version, you can follow your favorite teams using video, box scores, pitch-by-pitch, and even live audio. For just shy of ten dollars, it is the almost as good as being there (maybe even better depending on how your team is doing). This one is a “must-have” for baseball fans.
MLB At Bat 2009 every ball and strike on your iPhone
Instapaper helps you stay on top of the news when you’re away from a data connection. Use the app or the Instapaper Web site to add your favorite news sources to your account. Then, before you head out, sync the app with the Instapaper Web site. Any new content from your selected sites will be automatically downloaded to your device and be waiting for you to enjoy during your commute into work. You can even use the iPhone’s pinch motion to zoom in or out on an article.
Instapaper: offline access to favorite Web sites
Fizz Traveller provides much more than a place to store flight and hotel information. In addition to the travel itinerary module, it provides you with the following modules:
Password managers allow you to securely store all of your passwords, account numbers, registration codes, and pretty much any other important or private information on your iPhone. There’s a number of these apps available in the App Store, but eWallet stands out because it provides 256-bit AES data encryption—the highest available. Additionally, Ilium Software, the developer of this app, provides customer support that is among the best in the business. Finally, the interface is intuitive and easy to use. You can even sync eWallet with your desktop computer, which makes it unique among this crowded field.
If a device is to be taken seriously as a business tool, it has to be able to let you review your important business documents on the go. Air Sharing lets you do this by turning your iPhone into a network drive on any wireless network. Once connected, you can transfer virtually any files to your iPhone and view them offline. The “Pro” version of this app is also available; it gives you additional PDF support and allows you to e-mail items from any computer to your iPhone where you can view them with Air Sharing.
Air Sharing: view important docs on iPhone
From one simple interface, you can find all of the latest sports news, scores, standings, and more, from 14 different professional and college sports leagues. The Local Tap feature covers sports teams in your area.