Get One iPhone App a Day with iApp-a-Day
By on November 28th, 2007

If you are a Apple iPhone user then this is something you should definitely know about. A site called iApp-a-Day is offering a new application for iPhone. The applications are developed by a single author and were available all through the month of developers. There are lots of good applications which can make your iPhone experience better.

The developer started developing one application every day in November. Though it is already the end of November you may be able to download and use all the previous applications that have been developed for your iPhone.

Development of new iPhone App’s will stop at the end of November, but that would leave you with 30 + 1 cool iPhone applications. I am getting my iPhone in December so will definitely try this out.

Installing the softwares will require you to download a special Installer from the site. You can find more instructions on the Install page of iApp-a-Day. There are two more days for November to complete so you will be able to see two new applications. You can find out all about the applications by visiting the iApp-a-Day blog.

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Some of the applications already created include some games likes Magic Eight Ball and Hockey. Check out the list of entire applications by visiting iApp-a-Day.

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Do try it and let me know your experience about the applications, could come in handy when I get my iPhone.

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