Top Ten Free iPhone Apps: Page 2

Posted September 23, 2008

James Maguire

James Maguire

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6) NetNewsWire
An RSS reader for the iPhone that syncs with all of Newsgator’s free RSS readers (like the one on your Mac or Windows desktop) so you don’t read the same articles again. The new release on Sept 18, 2008 fixed a bug that slowed down updates.

free iphone app, NetNewsWire

7) Save Benjis
Saving Benjamins – that is, cold hard cash – is a wonderful use for you iPhone. Type a product ID number into this app and you’ll get a healthy list of competitive prices from online merchants. Who says capitalism is dead?

free iphone app, Saving Benjis

8) Yelp
Enter your location and Yelps spits out information about nearby gas stations, restaurants and other businesses. It helps you feel like a local even when you’re away from home. Customize your search function so you always know, for instance, the address of the closest Mexican eatery. Or, sample a similar app, Urbanspoon, which focuses on restaurants.

free iphone app, Yelp

9) AirMe
Quick and easy, AirMe uploads your pics (which you just snapped with your iPhone) to Flickr or Facebook. Plus, AirMe gives you the option of geotagging your photos, if you’re not paranoid about letting the whole world know where you are (or if there aren’t too many bill collectors after you).

free iphone app, AirMe

10) Pandora
Through the wonder of Internet radio, listen to music you like on your iPhone – without buying it. Type an artist name into Pandora and the app will stream their music, along with tunes by similar bands. Think of Pandora as a companion for (or a substitute for) the music you buy from iTunes.

free iphone app, Pandora

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