I always read your blog from capsuleer so I figure I would comment. Definitely words with friends and canabalt. Only two apps I use each day besides capsuleer.
EvE related I use capsuleer and the built in browser to check "evebloggers.com" and tweetdeck to check the tweety-thingies of #Tweetfleet;)
oh fun times :) I suggest:Aurora Feint: Arena DemonsAncient FrogGeo Defense SwarmLabyrinthe 3DBlackBoxEchofon (for tweeting)Air Sharing (for file xfer from PC)WikipanionFree to low cost each.
I don't know about useful apps but I can suggest a couple of fun games - Fieldrunners and Pocket God are both great fun.
Capsuleer, definitely.The following I use with regular (and reckless) abandon:(Non-) Productivity-------------------TweetDeckCameraBag (photo maniuplation)Mill Colour ("")Remote (for iTunes control)New York Times (newsreader)Wall Street Journal ("")BBC Reader ("")NPR News ("")Games-----Bejeweled 2ScrabbleCatan (Settlers of...)
Plants Vs Zombies came out today on the iPhone for $3. PvZ is awesome. You want to buy it. Some of the radio apps are pretty slick as well (ie: AOL Radio, Pandora Radio, etc) as they let you listen to radio stations streaming over your phone.
iClone-is nice for tracking characters, pos, and such and has healthy database for equipment and items.myWireless-good for paying bill and seeing how much of your plan you using or how badly you are going over.Autostitch-great cheap photo app for creating panoramic picsBump-great for sharing contact info with others with iPhone instead of typing everything in manuallyAroundMe-good for locating anything in your area and links to google maps on your phone to get directionsPandoraBox-great way to get free apps, it tracks sales and such and you can watch for specific apps to be reduced price or free, push notifies when "fave" changes price.TouchCalc-excellent calculator, my line of work requires a lot of non traditional math
I would recommend the Flashlight app as well as Weather radar for your area, the Converter as well as iHandy Level and Pandora. I don't remember which apps came with it to start with but I know I downloaded these. All these are also free I believe
Apps I'd recommend: - Simplist (very simple todo/checklist) - Remote (for iTunes) - Air Sharing - NetNewsWire (RSS reader) - Night Stand (alarm clock) - Skype - Stanza (eBook reader) - buUuk (restaurant reviews + locator)
Stanza is a good one, Heat Pad is nice, and the cat likes iBrate. As for feed readers, I use the built in web browser for Google Reader. If you have computer with Boxee they have a nice remote control program too.