This is my home screen.
Some stock Apple apps are still here, as well as Instagram, which is my primary camera.
Screenshots organizes all of the shots I take of iPhone apps and such for review. Its got a beautiful icon and is incredibly useful.
Notefile is my absolute favorite note taking app, though I am trying out Scratch as well.
Elements is a Markdown text editor that works with Dropbox, it’s simple, clean and efficient. It’s where I write stuff before posting it to Svbtle or The Next Web.
Convo is our internal backchannel, it’s my office when I’m away from the office.
I’m a recent Foursquare convert, but have found the new design to be a joy to use. It’s incredibly useful while traveling.
Launch gives me quick access to actions buried inside apps that are themselves in folders elsewhere on the device. Also a flashlight and a brightness toggle between 46% and 100%
Cheddar is a great new list app for iOS that I reviewed recently. It’s gained a place on my home screen quickly for a new app. I like the speed of syncing and text entry.
Sparrow, recently acquired by Google is my favorite Mail app, but I might have to retrain myself on Mail.app if support for it lacks.
And Tweetbot, of course.
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