Free versions of both (paid versions available for added features). Alarm clock is a digital clock (with nice Matrix-ey green old school LCD style numbers). Sound Grenade was recommended by a co-worker of mine. A devious little program that uses the speaker to emit a high pitched tone that’s remarkably difficult to track down.
While I’ve continued to download Apps, I’ve purged nothing from the iPhone as of yet. I suspect some will come soon, but given my pickiness of what I install, I don’t see a mass deletion on the horizon.
I haven’t shelled out money for any apps, which surprises me. I was not under the impression that there were a wealth of worthwhile free Apps in the iTunes store. Additionally, I’m pretty excited that I don’t need to hook up to iTunes on a computer to download Apps. Surprising that I’m as in tune with tech as I am, however I had no clue the experience would be this slick. Perhaps this is something Apple can improve upon a bit.
My most used App has been Evernote, in fact, it’s now more useful than I’ve ever found it to be. Perhaps the topic of an upcoming post…