Pros: Pretty much everything
Cons: no photo editing on mobile uploads; no saving to iPhone on mobile uploads
“I was a Twitterific user before and was quite happy with it. After using TwitterFon for a few days, it's better in a lot of ways. It really wins at ease of use. It's incredibly simple...just like Twitter and that makes it great. I highly recommend everyone give it a try when checking out your options for iPhone.” --teej
“This is an excellent app. You can pretty much do any functions you would normally do on facebook. I like the interface much better as well. It's user friendly. The only down fall is that I cannot tag or add captions to mobile uploads. The mobile uploads also don't ave directly to the phone if you take picture by using the camera button in the Facebook app. I suppose that maybe they will adjust...” --MissAyala
“This app is pretty and does what it says. The only drawback is that Apple doesn't allow for background apps so after a while you get signed off automatically. This is not the apps fault and I don't blame them, but it would be nice if it could stay active.” --shivers316
“I've tried a few of the iPhone Twitter apps (Twitteriffic, Twinkle and TwitterFon) and this is a good option. It does a great job of showing tips until you dismiss them, getting you up to speed with the app's functionality quickly. It runs great, even on EDGE, and the few ads they show in the free version aren't bothersome. I prefer TwitterFon for its simplicity.” --teej
“It's a decent start for Yelp, but it needs some love. It's great at finding local businesses/restaurants/bars, and then reading the reviews is great. But an important feature to me is the map integration. When you click on 'Map' all it does is provide a static map with the icon on it. You can't get directions, you can't even zoom in or out. It's basically just an image. That's a big...” --teej
Handshake is an application that allows the sharing of contact records between iPhone users.
grassr lets you organise, share and review your collection of games, cds, dvds and books. Create your own personal network and let your friends know what you're buying and what you think of it.
Rotzy helps you share and discuss everything around you through photos! Here's how it works: 1) Take a photo, and upload it to Rotzy 2) Your friends see your photos in their feed and have something to say! 3) You see these comments instantly and respond. 4) Your friends see your responses, and the cycle continues! Have you ever seen a super cute dog in the park or perhaps even sighted a...
Liberate your media with Pixelpipe and get your photos off of your iPhone and out to your favorite social network, micro-blog, photo/video and blog services. With over 40 supported destinations from around the world to choose from the choice is really yours. Free your media and share your life. Features: - Upload once and we'll take care of the distribution, no need to send to each...
Fast Twitter search for your iPhone What are people saying about the game, an event, or your product right now? Summizer quickly and easily tracks Twitter and follows the trends you care about. Don't waste time entering your searches over and over again. Summizer allows you to save your search terms for 1 touch access later. Waiting in line? Open up Summizer and track all of your trends...