Mobile Apps & Sites

Mobile Sites

Educational Apps

Faceboook – This version of Facebook has been optimized for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch. Make sure that you allow it to give you push notifications.
LinkedIn – The professional, social network app.
Bump – Share your contact information with others running this app. – This app gives you access to all of your files located on your account.
Meebo – Integrated all-in-one instant messenger
Tweetdeck – Great Twitter client
New York Times – great app with almost everything from the online and print edition
Dropbox – Sync your files between multiple computers and have access to them from your mobile device.
Evernote – Access and place items into your Evernote account. – includes over 1,000,000 words and 90,000 synonyms and antonyms. No internet connection is needed. Also includes pronounciations.
TED – Watch talks from the Technology, Entertainment, and Design (TED) conferences. – Gives you access to your files and such on
Diigo – access your bookmarks from your Diigo account.
eWiFi – find those hidden hotspots.

Fun and Recreation

Yelp – find restaurants, stores, plus user reviews of these places. Integrates with your Facebook account.
Movies – Great movie app. Find movies near you and write reviews. Integrates with your Facebook account.
Pandora – is a great app that gives you access to streaming music based upon one of your favorite artists, songs, or composers.
Tap Tap Revenge 3 – Basicaly Guitar Hero for the iPhone/touch. Great time distractor.
IMDB – gives you access to the largest collection of movie, TV, and celebrity information.

Photo and Video Mobile is one of the free photo editing apps that allows you to edit you photos directly on your iPhone or Touch. Correct the exposure and saturation of your photos, or crop them before uploading to Flickr or Facebook. I suggest using this app or another like it to do on-the-spot editing. Color correction and exposure are great tools.
Flickr is a great app to both upload your photos as well as look at your photos on Flickr. Use the photoshop app to edit your photos and then upload using this app to Flickr. I like the upload interface since it allows you to put your photos in sets, tag them, and attach the geo-code (where the picture was taken.) You can also browse your existing sets on Flickr.