iPhone Tips & Tricks
So you're plowing your way through this website, and you're madly downloading the 200+ picks from the Best iPhone Apps book. Yay, fun! Until, um, you actually have to find any of those apps. Wading through the quicksand of a sprawling app collection is even less fun than having a cubicle neighbor who's in love with the latest whoopie-cushion app. A little tidying can fix you right up. Read on for some organizational strategies, and find out what in-the-know iPhonesters keep on their home screens.
In a webcast this week, Best iPhone Apps author Josh Clark shared his picks for the must-have downloads for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Miss it? A video will be posted shortly, but in the meantime, feel free to graze on Josh's accompanying slides.
Join Best iPhone Apps author Josh Clark for a conversation this month about must-have apps and how the iPhone is changing our personal relationship to information and computing.
In a column for Forbes, author Josh Clark notes that road warriors are turning to smart phones for tasks previously shouldered by laptops, with a corresponding shift in work style. He offers ten apps ideally suited to this new kind of microwork.
Over at Forbes.com, Best iPhone Apps author Josh Clark dished his picks for the top-ten apps for creative expression, explaining how you can pack your iPhone with an easel, darkroom, notebook, and even a crooning robot.
Here's a pretty cool feature you may not even have known you had. It lets you route all calls made to your iPhone number to a different number. How is this useful? Let us count the ways...