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The Top iPhone Apps Of 2009

December 17, 2009

The iPhone – When this word is mentioned, what comes to mind first? The sleek looking design, the amazing multi-touch, the fact that it’s a glass screen? No, it’s the colossal app-store, boasting over 120,000 apps. Staggering, right? When picking absolute favorites, it may seem a little tough, as the average iPhone user has over 5 pages of apps. However, no fear; Mobclix is here to give you the low down of the our top 5 apps for 2009.

Megan Berry – Marketing/Social Media perspective:

  • Tweetie2:  With multiple accounts, great conversation tracking, and highly functional UI Tweetie 2 is the best twitter app out there. I use it for our @Mobclix account.
  • Facebook: Facebook in your phone, what more is there to say? Except of course that you should visit our App Developer HQ.
  • UrbanSpoon:  I’ve always wanted to just shake this app and go where it tells me for dinner. It’s yet to happen, but one day…

Nitin Chitkara – Business Development/Sales perspective:

  • F.A.S.T. – Great flight simulator-esque gam. Also useful just in case I ever have to commandeer a plane one day.
  • Ferrari GT: Gotta practice driving a Ferrari now, so that way I wont mess up later. :)
  • UrbanDaddy: Perfect place to find a place to meet up with someone.
  • Tweetie2: Because, of course, I need to stay caught up with the Twitter sphere.
  • WHERE: Anytime I travel, I have to know where the good spots are.

Max Zamkow – Developer perspective:

  • Shotgun Free: I feel like old Arnold everytime I use this app.
  • Pow: I love intimidating people in the office, or just randomly punching air and hearing the super accurate sound effecets.
  • Whiteboard: Me and my fellow developers can share code on a community whiteboard if we’re not near a computer!

Yours Truly – iPhone enthusiast perspective:

  • F-mylife: Good for getting through class that’s crawling, and for a good chuckle.
  • Shazam: I rarely know any song playing on the radio. Thanks to Shazam I’ve increased my library size 200%!
  • SixPack Pro: To make it look like I know what I’m doing at the gym, and actually adding some muscle in the process!
  • Ragdoll Blaster: The physics are extremely precise, and this game is just too fun.

Well, there you have it. A wide variety of apps we all love. 2009 has been a landmark year for a bunch of apps, and it’s been hard keeping up with all the great ones out there. With this list we hope you found a useful app to check out! Happy Holidays!

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Author : GreenGar Studios

Thanks for the mention of Whiteboard! I'm glad you like it.


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