Most of the iPhone applications are very useful and some are very entertaining. However, some of these are more important and useful than others. They help organize, in planning, or just spend some time.
App Marks is a web desktop / app launcher that organizes your favorite web apps, websites, and widgets for your iPhone. Touch the app to start or use the toolbar to rearrange, add, or remove items. To add some of your favorites, tap "+" and enter the address and URL. To remove the items, touch the "edit" button and press the red "-" button. This is one of the most useful iPhone apps.
Tilt is a motion-controlled game for the iPhone. The gameplay simply rotates the phone to feed the Flip. He loves to eat letters with leaves and butterflies. Tilt uses the iPhone's accelerometer to change the gameplay. This game is very entertaining and distant from dependence. This is a great iPhone application.
Goffice is a basic word processor for the iPhone. You can save files and export items in Microsoft Word (. Doc) format. The results can be sent by email to iPhone or others by using a pre-made, general-purpose directory to reduce typing. You can also send documents from US postal mails worldwide. This is a very constructive iPhone application.
Telekinesis is actually a Mac OS X application but allows remote access to Mac via the collection of iPhone mini web applications. Allows you to capture the screen with mouse clicks and basic typing support, with the simple iTunes remote, crushing files and capturing snapshots. Telekinesis is a great example of a very useful iPhone application.
Movies.app lets you search for movies in your mailbox and provides basic movie information; including length and rating. You can also integrate with Google Maps for routes to the theater, link to buy tickets, and links to movie trailers.