Open source exists on the iPhone.
While the phone OS may be closed, you can still run free and open software. Here’s a list of the best open source on the iPhone. Updated often as new apps come out! . Here goes few dumps of it…
WordPress is the cleanest and most popular blogging service. This app lets you create and edit content on your blog with support for offline use.Â
Funambol delivers over-the-air backup and syncronization of your iPhone contacts.Â
Track time on the go, then bill your clients.
With Now Playing you can read movie reviews, locate theaters and show times, even purchase tickets.Â
Books.app is a simple eBook reader for the iPhone.Â
A Jailbreak app.Â
The quickest jailbreaking solution!Â
Use Installer.app to install any third-party software on a jailbroken iPhone.
Linux on iPhone
iPhoney gives you a pixel-accurate web browsing environment that you can use while developing web sites for iPhone.Â
TouchCode is an iPhone Open Source umbrella project encompassing a number of technologies not included in the Apple Cocoa environment.Â
OpenClip is a non-profit, open-source, community-effort project, which promotes a framework for the iPhone that allows users to copy / paste between participating applications.Â