40 Best Web 2.0 Iphone Applications & Sites
- December 14
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On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs announced the iPhone at the Macworld convention. It went on sale June 29, 2007 in the United States. It launched in Great Britain and Germany on November 9, 2007.
In the Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference held on June 11, 2007, an announcement was made that the iPhone will be able to support third-party applications with the use of the Safari engine. Third-party software companies will design Web 2.0 applications and end-users can access them through the Internet. So as the iphone became popular third-party software companies jumped in and started web 2.0 application for iphone. I tried to compile 40 best web 2.0 iphone applications and sites.
Checkout the 40 best web 2.0 iphone applications and sites below:
Please note that these are not listed in any particular order.
A new service for your iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, and PC.
2. iPhone SDK
Develop your application with the iPhone SDK and a wealth of technical resources in the iPhone Dev Center.
Introducing the only iPhone app that lets you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and manage comments on your blog from your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Get your balances, budgets, alerts, transactions and spending trends all on your iPhone! Free!
Microsoft Tag instantly connects you to more information and entertainment – without typing long URLs or texting short code.
iPhone Application Reviews.
Simple, Clean, and Fast Twitter Client for iPhone and iPod Touch.
iPhone apps reviews and news.
9. Fresh Apps
Fresh Apps for the iPhone.
10. iPhone Toolbox
The best daily iphone resources.
Khalid Janjua is a business owner and entrepreneur from Manchester, United Kingdom. Khalid is currently working on Saturn-Tec, a website which provides design & cheap web solutions. Follow Khalid on Twitter: @hybridlava. Follow the development of @saturntec.