iPhone apps I currently use. Posted by Doug Belshaw On February 16, 2010 In Technology 8 Comments Building on the success and interest generated by Mac OSX apps I currently use, here’s the apps currently installed on my iPhone (click to enlarge without notes): Which iPhone apps do you use and wouldn’t like to be without? Related Posts My iPad Mini apps (October 2013) Moving on from SpiderOak Hive to BTSync Why I’m saying goodbye to Dropbox and hello to SpiderOak Hive On the NSA revelations Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw works on education-related stuff for the Mozilla Foundation. Things like the Web Literacy Standard, Open Badges and helping others teach the Web. http://twitter.com/didactylos Roger Neilson No Evernote???? Tsk tsk! http://dougbelshaw.com Doug Belshaw Hmmm… as you’ll see from previous blog posts from 2007/8 I *used* to use Evernote quite heavily. Uninstalled it during last clean-out, though, as it doesn’t seem to fit into my workflow anymore! http://twitter.com/nickdaniels nickdaniels TuneIn Radio works pretty well. http://dougbelshaw.com Doug Belshaw Thanks Nick – must reinstall the SomaFM app as well (love ‘Groove Salad’!) http://twitter.com/vahva Bryony Taylor How do you jailbrake an iphone and is it a) dangerous and b)illegal?!!! My favourite app is ifart – which I really shouldn’t admit in public! http://dougbelshaw.com Doug Belshaw You can find out how to jailbreak your iPhone at http://blog.iphone-dev.org. It’s not dangerous – if anything goes wrong (unlikely) you can just restore it as normal in iTunes! As to it being ‘illegal’, it may be against Apple’s terms of service. But then I don’t really care about those… :-p Melgibbnz I hope you don’t mind but I mentioned this post in my blog – let me know if you want it removed/edited @moodlegirl http://dougbelshaw.com/ Doug Belshaw Of course not! Have you got a link to it?