Mobile Air Mouse FREE instantly transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into an in air, wireless remote for your computer! Sit back and use this remote to surf the web, browse your photo library or control your music player. (I paid $1.99 for Pro Version)
With Keynote Remote, you can control your Keynote ’09 slide presentation on your Mac from your iPod touch or iPhone. Swipe to advance or return to the previous slide. In portrait mode, see your presenter notes on your iPod touch or iPhone. In landscape mode, preview your next slide. Keynote Remote works with your Wi-Fi network, so you can control slide playback from anywhere in the room.
Save web pages for later offline reading: go to Instapaper.com (it's free), install the Read Later bookmark, and mark any pages you'd like to read later. Great for long articles and blog posts that you find during the day and would like to read, but don't have the time when you find them. Save them with Instapaper, then read them when you're commuting, in a meeting, or waiting in line.
This is a painting program written by Lim Ding Wen when he was 9 years old. This program is designed specially for his sisters and all the kids in the world. Ding Wen currently lives in Singapore. Doodle Kids will draw random shapes in random colors and sizes to create a beautiful effect. Tap with two fingers to clear the screen in random color. Shake the device! You will see a menu to clear the screen
Bump™ makes sharing with people quick and easy. Just pick what you want to send, then hold your phones and gently bump hands with another person using Bump™. Share photos and contacts, compare friends, or become Facebook friends in seconds!
Lovin’ that tune? Shazam gives you instant satisfaction when you want to know what song is playing. Just point your phone towards the music source to identify and buy the track, or share your discovery with friends and family. If you are a new Shazam user you’ll be limited to 5 Tags a month. If you’ve been using Shazam on your current iPhone/iPod touch since before 9th November 2009, you still receive unlimited tagging.