Top 10 Apps
An easy to use and full featured Twitter app that is speedy. The app has quite a bit of competition (other popular apps includeÂ TwitterfonÂ andÂ Twitterific).
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Tweetie Review
Browse through the music genome and find new artists that fit your taste. These are automatically recommended by the siteâ€™s algorithm, so it acts like a personalized radio that works surprisingly well.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Pandora Review
Connect to multiple computers and stream their music directly to your iPhone.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Simplify Media Review
Let your iPhone and the world around you create unique and original music. The app uses external inputs (like sound) to create a dynamic soundtrack).
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s RjDj Review
A multi-client instant messaging app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Beejive Review
Emulate 5 different camera and film setting directly from your iPhone. This helps spice up the photos youâ€™re taking with the phone (the default application doesnâ€™t offer much in the way of effects.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Camerabag Review
An updated version of the Facebook app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, this allows you to chat with friends, post on walls, and use nearly every feature available on the social networkâ€™s main website.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Facebook Review
A full featured replacement for the iPhone and iPod Touch contacts app.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Friendbook Review
Voice control nearly every aspect of your iPhone and more – itâ€™s like a more powerful version of the highly hyped (and still-impressive) Google Mobile App.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Vlingo Review
Keep track of everything you could possibly want to remember (like notes or photos) whether youâ€™re on the go or at home.
Link:Â Appveeâ€™s Evernote Review
Top 10 Games
An epic platform adventure game for the iPhone and iPod Touch, this is easily one of the most innovate games to hit the platform.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Rolando Review
A Tower defense game with SNES-like graphics. The classic gameply is highly addictive.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Fieldrunners Review
A unique puzzle game that asks you to guide your â€œjelly carâ€ to an endzone. As with most of the other games on this list, this is highly addictive.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Jellycar Review
A multiplayer online word game for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Multiplayer games on the iPhone are still rarer than they should be, and being able to play online definitely adds an extra dimension to the gameplay.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Scramboni Review
Save your friends and family from deadly micro viruses in this iPhone and iPod Touch game.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Dr. Awesome Review
Guide your balloon through various obstacles as you attempt to get the highest score
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Up There Review
Forget your fishing rod – this uses the iPhoneâ€™s accelerometer to allow you to mimic a realistic fishing motion to cast a line. Also check out many of SGNâ€™s games, which feature similar motion detection.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Flick Fishing Review
Hero of Sparta
Control King Argos as you battle the Gods and their minions in this action adventure game.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Hero of Sparta Review
Brothers in Arms
Play through 14 levels on foot or vehicle in this WWII action game.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Brothers in Arms Review
Aurora Feint II
The popular iPhone and iPod Touch puzzle RPG game goes multiplayer.
Link:Â AppVeeâ€™s Aurora Feint II Review
While itâ€™s easy to simply break down the top apps and games that weâ€™ve enjoyed in 2008, it becomes a lot more difficult to find just five apps that took a chance and brought more innovation to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Below are the five apps we feel helped define the future of apps on these devices.