Apple App Store Goes Live


 

I bet you all been waiting for the official Apple App Store to make a debut and today it is finally available in both iPhone 2.0 and iTunes, running smooth, offering many applications to download, some are free some are priced. Among the assortment you can find applications like:

  • eBay – cool application that lets you use the service from your iPhone device, search items, watch favorite stuff, place a bid and follow auctions, all for free.
  • Loopt – a nice location-based application that lets you discover who’s hanging within your location range (don’t try to hide with this service ON).
  • TypePad – one of the most popular blogging services, now available from your iPhone, allowing users to upload real time photos, straight from their handset, directly to their blogs.
  • Associated Press – another free application, allowing users to upload their media stuff to AP service and contribute to the content.
  • Band – a cool feature, developed by an independent insurance developer, allowing users to create their own music and play it from their own iPhone device, with the ability to choose from a various of instruments.
  • MLB.com – a nice application, designated for baseball fans, allowing them to receive real time results and watch highlighted moments.
  • MySpace – iPhone app that allows you to manage their MySpace social network account, including add friends, exchange messages, upload photos,and more, all for free.
  • Kyte Mobile Producer – a great application that lets you upload images you take with your iphone, directly to your Kyte account or the available channels, including blogs, social networks (Facebook, MySpace) etc. You can make slides, conduct polls and add captions.
  • AIM – Finally an instant-messaging application on your iphone, lets you interact with your friends and chat online via Wi-Fi. In additio, you can mark contacts as your favorites and can even send away messages.
  • Twitterrific – The official twitter client to send your messages via twitter.
  • Facebook – Manage your Facebook account from your iphone device. The application lets you view messages, search friends and even chat with them whenever you want.
  • Pandora – The cool online radio service comes to your iphone, allowing you to play your favorite music while recommending similar bands and artists.
  • Remote Control – Lets you control your iTunes or your Apple TV with your iphone device. You can play, pause, skip, and even search in libraries.

Some additional Apple App lists:

Engadget – preliminary list.

Gizmodo – variety of applications list.

TechCrunch –  Great applications list (with video).

Apple-App-Store-2

iphone-app-price-chart.jpg

Apple-App-Store


 

Nir Ben Yona Shein

Internet freak and technology geek; Aspiring screenwriter, devoted tech blogger & Technologer chief editor . Early adopter with a keen interest in gadgets, technology, internet and mobile.

  • John

    I think some of the apps are what you expect, a lot of games and stuff. There a few which are really innovative however. Check out zintin. There aren’t many users yet, but being able to interact with the people around you when you are on the move is pretty exciting. http://www.zintin.com

  • John

    I think some of the apps are what you expect, a lot of games and stuff. There a few which are really innovative however. Check out zintin. There aren’t many users yet, but being able to interact with the people around you when you are on the move is pretty exciting. http://www.zintin.com

  • Nir

    @John Cool application, i will spread the word.

  • Nir

    @John Cool application, i will spread the word.

  • Pingback: Apple App Store:New Games For Your iPhone()

0

Your Cart