Throughout my life, I have always been interested in technology. In my younger years, I broke computer after computer as I attempted to upgrade them. As I got older, my skills changed, and I no longer broke the computers. Along with understanding the computer hardware, I started to understand the software, and as a result, started to code. Even now, I utilize advanced technology everywhere in my life, and will do so for the rest of it. With this in mind, it was no wonder that I bought myself an iPhone. iWant, iNeed, iRecommend is a feature here on Blogcritics that is entirely about iPhone applications. Written primarily by me, Robert M. Barga, the feature mainly does reviews and discusses various applications built for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. Additionally, at the end of each month, iWant, iNeed, iRecommend does a wrap up that will discuss and highlight the top ten applications from that month.
With Apple once again breaking the calendar syncing, a workaround was needed.
A slide-scrolling iPhone game with a flamethrower — SWEET!
The best of the best go head-to-head.
Expanded capacity and flashy colors are all the rage.
Twitter, Facebook, and Myspace in one application
Docking your ships has never been this hard.
The #1 application lets you watch live baseball from your iPhone!
This month's winner is a must have for any business person.
The top application from May comes back.
It is like scrabble, text twist, and a crossword puzzle all rolled into one
Once Again, Tap Tap manages to show up.
Color-coded playlists for your iPhone and iPod Touch.
Two applications share the final prize
Think of Bop It, but on your iPhone.
Yes kids, it’s time for another adventure in Appleland.
Update your business cards to Web 2.0.
To be a game or not to be a game, that is the question.
It's like eBay for the iPhone
The top 10 iPhone applications from February 2009.
Like Text Twist, but on your iPhone.