Dialvetica: I don’t make that many calls, so I am not really sure why this app has such prominent spot on my home screen. It’s a nice app though.
Camera+: I recently started snapping photos with Camera+ rather than the built-in Camera app solely because of the lightbox feature. It’s nice to be able to snap a few variations of a photo and then pick between them in the app rather than cluttering up my photo library.
Elements: Shameless plug. It’s my app. I use it a lot.
The Social: This is my folder of apps that are social networking related. I think Ia m the only person that is still using Stamped, but I’m OK with that. It’s a really well done app. Instapaper: I can’t imagine I’ll ever replace Instapaper with Safari’s built-in reading list. It’s just too good.
Reference: This is somewhat of a dumping ground for apps related to TV, movies and dictionaries. Not necessarily things I use every day, but stuff that I want quick access to when I need them.
1Password: Essential tool. I couldn’t use a smartphone platform that didn’t have a 1Password client on it.
OmniFocus: OmniFocus has my entire brain in it. It’s the most expensive and most used app on both my iPhone and iPad.
Audio: I shuffle between Spotify, Instacast, Music and TuneIn for my music and spoken word listening interests.