- OmniFocus: this is the best application I've found for Getting Things Done. It's a little pricey but it can manage a three-way sync between my work and home Macintoshes plus my iPhone. The seamlessness of the merging is well worth it. And the OmniGroup makes incomparable apps.
- Momento: I like to think of this as a private Twitter. The UI is gorgeous and it imports your Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr content to present a holistic diary. I can't recommend this enough.
- Outliner: until the OmniGroup creates OmniOutliner for the iPhone, this is my go-to app for my outlining needs. As a bonus, you get access to their Web application that syncs seamlessly and can export OPML.
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- Instapaper Pro: this app changed my reading habits. You install a little bookmarklet to your browsers (or use the myriad apps that integrate with Instapaper) and when you find something that you want to read later, click and it's stripped of needless formatting and saved for future reading. The Pro version includes tilt scrolling, a gesture that makes consuming your content easy.
- Microphone: re-routes your iPhone's microphone through the headphone. When the app is running, you can carry on a normal conversation with someone without having to take out your earbuds. It's still socially unacceptable, but I'm hoping that'll change over time.
- 1Password Pro: it's a password safe and it syncs seamlessly with a Macintosh desktop application, which I have not yet purchased. 1Password is so good that I'm actually considering forking out the $39.95 to replace Keychain.
- Reeder: this is the current leader in my quest for the perfect feed reader that integrates with Google Reader. The UI is gorgeous and there's countless thoughtful little touches that make this a joy to use. Instapaper integration was the main selling point, but the swipe gestures won me over from its competitors.
- Tweetie: the premier Twitter client for the iPhone. The refresh gesture should be available system-wide. The UI is rich and robust, but effective and simple. I can see why this app has won two consecutive Apple Design Awards.
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