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Vox Pop: What's on your iPhone app wish list?

Now that Steve has announced there's an iPhone/iPod Touch SDK coming in February, what's at the top of your application wish list?

The Question to You

What’s the first application for iPhone you’d like to see? Where’s the biggest hole in your iPhone world right now?

Perhaps not surprisingly, I'm hoping for a great, sync-able, no-internet-required task management application. Can't wait to see what my OmniFocus pals come up with.

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my 2 cents

not sure if it's possible, but a killer app would be a speech to text app -- so you could dictate into the phone and it would produce text as a note or an email. if the phone accepted voice commands, so much the better. much hands free happiness.

I don't have an iphone -- I have a treo, and the apps I use a lot are:

1) as has been mentioned, a password safe. I use yaps, but having a desktop companion would be great)

2) handyshopper. also been mentioned, but it is a great list manager. also one that would be nice to have a desktop companion for.

3) documents to go -- mainly to few a view a few spreadsheets I maintain on the desktop.

4) shadowplan -- outliner app, with a desktop companion. I'd also be happy with a version of omnioutliner

5) pocket quicken




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