iPhone apps

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by kendalcottages, 9 Apr 2010.

  1. kendalcottages

    kendalcottages New Member

    Recently got myself an iPhone and would like to hear any tips for good apps... suggestions welcome, thanks. :biggrin:
  2. blazed

    blazed 220lb+

    iFart. It makes lots of different farting noises, i like it hehe.
  3. CharlieB

    CharlieB Junior Walker and the Allstars

    Ones that actually serve a purpose
    Shazam (music identifier that actually works)
    Shopping list (prosaic but useful)
    AroundMe (locates shops, banks, restaurants etc. near your location)
    UrbanSpoon (as above but for restaurants)
    RadioBox (good Radio app)

    Ragdoll Blaster
    Angry Birds

    Those are just my favourites.
    Others will come up with far more exciting ones.

    Have fun!
  4. simonali

    simonali Guru

    There's an app called OutFront that might be of interest to outdoor types such as cylists, for example...
  5. threebikesmcginty

    threebikesmcginty Corn Fed Hick...

    ...on the slake
    I like the paper toss one.
    The Gibson guitar one is very nice - good tuner too. If you play guitar that is...
  6. brilliantndrew

    brilliantndrew New Member


    If you shop at Tesco, and want to reduce the number of loyalty cards you carry around in your wallet by 1 (so now only 99) I suggest the Tesco clubcard app.

    It's free, you just download then enter your name and clubcard number and then they scan your iPhone each time you shop.
  7. Maz

    Maz Legendary Member

    They'd never get the iPhone to slide in the slot, would they? It'd be way too thick.
  8. rsvdaz

    rsvdaz New Member

  9. Funtboy

    Funtboy Well-Known Member

    London via Jarrow
    Angry Birds

    It rules!
  10. Steve H

    Steve H Large Member

    For fellow geeks, the light saber app is cool. You select a character, hold the iphone and wave it about and it makes noises like you are in Star Wars - cool
  11. gaz

    gaz Cycle Camera TV

    South Croydon
    *kind of wants to but really don't think i should plug my company's app*
  12. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    This :rofl:

    Oh, and Motion X GPS app is very useful
  13. domd1979

    domd1979 New Member

    If you travel by train the Train Search app by Cross Country Trains (covers all trains not just Cross Country) is really good. Its free and does everything the National Rail one does, which they charge a fiver for!!

    Also have... WeatherPro, the Grauniad, the Indescribably, Amazon, Twitterific, Facebook, Good Beer Guide, TV Guide, and London Bus (which confusingly isn't limited to bus it does tube, train, and bus).
  14. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    The metoffice app is really good for a freebie as is the Google app (with voice recognition.)
    "Around me" I find invaluable, Google Earth is fantastic and if you bank with Natwest, then their app is superb.

    Also, don't forget to log onto CC from Safari and then add it to your home screen ;)
  15. Panter

    Panter Just call me Chris...

    Go on then, what is it? ;)
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