This is a list of the software I currently have on my iPhone. It is not every program I have ever had, but just the ones that have managed to stick around. As these are updated, I will strike them out. There are a couple of things to note: First, Sparrow will probably never get updated since they were acquired by Google, and, if that’s the case, I will likely switch back to the built-in Mail app. Second, Dragon Dictation was originally on the list, but I removed the app since Siri does a better job for what I do. Finally, of all the apps from Apple, the only one that still does not take advantage of the full screen is the Apple Store.

While I would guess most of these will get updates within the next couple of weeks, I am disappointed some were not ready on the first day, such as Netflix – although given Netflix’s track record, I’m hardly surprised. I wish they would quit dicking around with their iOS apps and outsource its development to a talented iOS shop.

Update: I guess I haven’t used Netflix’s iPhone app in a while, but it has gotten much better, and they managed to ship an update pretty quickly after the release of iOS 6.

Update 2: It’s been two weeks, and only 10 out of 39 have been updated, so it appears my guess was wrong.

  • Atomic Web Browser 10/9
  • 1Password 10/1
  • Pastebot
  • Calcbot
  • Sparrow 11/21
  • Skype 11/13
  • FourTrack
  • 5by5 Radio 9/26
  • TuneIn Radio 10/29
  • iTablaPro 10/31
  • iStroboSoft
  • Dr. Betotte
  • YouTube 12/4
  • Dropbox 10/22
  • Wolfram Alpha 10/10
  • Amazon 9/28
  • MidFirst
  • Hipstamatic 10/4
  • Instagram 9/26
  • Snapseed 10/10
  • Photosynth 11/12
  • Photoshop Express 11/21
  • LiveSketch 10/8
  • Netflix 9/27
  • DirecTV 10/23
  • Dwolla
  • Southwest 12/13
  • Newegg 11/16
  • Flixster 10/2
  • ESPN ScoreCenter 12/19
  • YouVersion Bible 3/11/13
  • Bump 10/26
  • American Airlines 10/3
  • Momento 10/8
  • Wikibot 10/1
  • Apple Store 10/5
  • eBay 11/12
  • Rackspace (and it crashes) 12/6
  • Speed Test 3/21/13
Nicholas Lindley