iPhone 4 is Apple’s most successful launch yet and finally available for preorder. So AT&T geared up to ship iPhone 4 preorders to customers who ordered through the wireless carrier and got server overloading on the launching day.
iPhone 4 is the fourth generation of iPhone, and successor to the iPhone 3GS. The iPhone 4 comes with all the features associated with an iPhone. Its new design has catch lot of appreciation. Steve Jobs has claims that over 100 new features has arrived along with iPhone 4. It supports FaceTime, Apple’s video calling application. The internal components of the device is situated between two panels of chemically strengthened aluminosilicate glass.
High demand is one of the major cause of delaying the ship date of iPhone. Die-hard fans gone through the line outside the Apple stores before the phone is actually available.
Many tech blogs collected the information about iPhone 4 and post latest features and reviews. But in this post we are trying to bring the light on those apps which are not available free for download in older version of iPhone and that should be free for iPhone4.
1. Documents To Go® Premium – Office Suite ($14.99)
DocsToGo” Premium lets you:
• EDIT, CREATE & VIEW Word, Excel & PowerPoint files (including Office 2007/2008/2010)
• View PDF, iWork & other files
• For iPhone/iPod touch: Send & receive attachments in MS Exchange & Gmail
• For iPad: Send & receive attachments using the built-in iPad email app
• Access, use & sync files stored in Google Docs, Dropbox, Box.net, iDisk & SugarSync
• Includes desktop app (Win & Mac) with 2-way file sync (Wi-Fi required)
BeejiveIM. Instant messaging anywhere. Now with Push!
Stay connected to all your instant messaging buddies anywhere you go! BeejiveIM (pronounced \bē-hīv\ IM) keeps you in touch with your friends on AIM®/MobileMe®, MSN®/Windows Live®, Yahoo!®, GoogleTalk®, Facebook, MySpace, ICQ® and Jabber… all at the same time, all on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
3. Quickoffice ($9.99)
With Quickoffice Connect™ Mobile Suite you can:
• Create, Open & Edit Microsoft® Office Files (DOC, DOCX, XLS and XLSX)
• Email, View & Access Attachments with Popular File Formats (PPT, PDF, iWork, HTML, PNG, JPG, GIF, SVG, TIF, MP3, etc.)
• Remotely Access Files via Cloud Storage Services
• Share Files via Email or Cloud Service Providers
• Manage and Transfer Files via WiFi
4. Scanner Pro ($6.99)
Business App in US, Italy, France, Australia and UK recently
Scanner Pro transforms iPhone into portable scanner in your pocket. It lets you scan multipage documents, email them and even upload to Dropbox, MobileMe iDisk or any other WebDAV enabled server. Evernote integration is there too.
5. Print n Share for advanced printing ($6.99)
Print n Share™ is the first app that enables you to view, store & print email, documents, files, attachments, photos, contacts and web pages on your iPad/iPhone/iPod touch. Print direct to most WiFi printers, or to ALL printers and ANY document type via your Mac/PC, even over 3G – As featured in the Apple “Office” iPhone TV commercial.
TextGuru is an advanced, desktop class, multi-function text editor. No other app lets you get down to serious text editing like TextGuru does.
7. Mobile Phax ($4.99)
With Mobile Phax, use the camera on your iPhone to instantly capture a document and email it to as many people as you want. Plus, you always get a copy yourself.
8. FileMagnet ($4.99)
FileMagnet makes it easy to copy files from your computer onto your iPhone and iPod touch. You can view all the popular file formats, including PDF, Microsoft Office, RTF, and iWork ’09, even when you’re not connected to the internet. Transferring files is effortless — FileMagnet wirelessly connects to your computer using a free program.
9. Routesy Bay Area San Francisco Muni and BART ($3.99)
Routesy will help you find your way around the Bay Area’s top transit systems — San Francisco Muni and BART — in real time!
10. Air Sharing ($2.99)
The easiest way to view your documents on the go.
11. CityTransit – Official NYC Subway Maps ($2.99)
CityTransit is a comprehensive guide to the New York City Subway system. It’s the only NYC subway guide that includes the official MTA licensed subway maps, line data, a GPS-based station finder and live service advisories.
12. MobileRSS Pro ($2.99)
MobileRSS Pro is a paid, ad-free, full-featured Google Reader client for your iPhone and iPod touch. If you have a free google reader account then you can use MobileRSS. With offline integration you’ll be sure to find MobileRSS a simple and effective way to track your favorite online content.
13. Ninjawords Dictionary ($1.99)
Ninjawords was built on these principles. We made it because we saw that the low-cost dictionaries on the App Store are slow, cluttered, and all use the same bad data source for their definitions.
14. Convertbot (1.99)
Convertbot is a unit conversion robot. Convert currency, length, mass, time and much more in an exciting new way! Converting numbers will never again be a mundane task. In addition to its innovative interface, our robot is smart enough to convert to and from mixed units.
15. Done ($1.19)
Done 2.0 allows you to switch individual lists on or off so that you can view or email any combination of tasks. We’ve also added manual sorting – just tap and hold to enter manual edit mode and the new Heads Up Display works on a list by list basis so you can create wallpapers from any list.