According to iPhone tracking site, Aptism, Apple's iTunes catalog includes more than 20,000 iPhone apps. ... Apple iPhone News forum
iPhone Hits 20,000 Apps Available for Download.
According to iPhone tracking site, Aptism, Apple's iTunes catalog includes more than 20,000 iPhone apps. In that rabid App Store competition, some of those apps have proven themselves as knock-out business tools. And the iPhone is riding the crest, challenging RIM for the business crown.
After Apple introduced Exchange Server support, many IT departments began begrudgingly accepting the device. For individuals without an enterprise AT&T plan and their own Exchange Server, Apple offers MobileMe for over-the-air contact and calendar syncing. New iPhone support for Google Sync takes individuals and small businesses further, enabling group calendars, even though push email isn't yet an option. But the real power is in the apps.
We've all seen the iPhone ads re: all their applications and I'm sure they have some great ones - from the article it sounds like it...but listing 130 of these (see below) in your 20,000 total count is a little excessive IMO.
According to the author, "I quickly estimated more than 130 fart-sound apps or at least those savvy enough to include that search term.
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20,000 apps tha can't be multi-tasked. How many of them are actually useful apps?
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LMAO. If you want to blast em, go iPhone
Originally Posted by jblackfish
For those who have this phone or if you're just interested, Gizmodo lists the 34 essential apps...there's a few that do look useful. And I read on CNN tech page that a mysterious Directv app just appeared, though it might be beta.
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