Scan Biz Cards, Apple Store App to set Genius Bar appointments if you have an apple store nearby, 360 Panorama for taking 360 degree pics
Alltrails (if you are in to hiking)
Some sort of cooking app
a weather app (other than what apple supplies, its garbage)
Hopefully these are helpful
Then go out to eat and snap a pic of your meal and slap an Instagram filter on it and cross post it to your facebook account.
Scoremobile for sports scores
Your local paper or tv news channel app
Soundhound and Shazam to find out what song is playing
I Heart Radio
Tune in Radio
Trip Tracker for travel
Here are a few more:
Netflix (if you have their streaming option)
If you have any specific interests, like fitness/diet, photography etc, chances are there are apps for that.
In other words, if you enter it into your regular calendar or as a contact as "1-800-555-5555,,,12345#", it will dial the number, pause, and then enter the conference code, followed by a pound.
I use Chase, and if I need to transfer money or pay a bill or something while I am out, then I can do it over my phone.
NBC Live works well for home Notre Dame games if you're not in front of the TV.
The "Find My IPhone" app is great if you have an iPod as well. If you lose your phone, you can either remotely track it or wipe your data.
iphone'. Your pc works just as well.
Unless you can eat it, drink it, breathe it, or **** it, the value of anything is effectively arbitrary.
It actually works. what the hell?
Reeder, Twitterrific or Tweetbot, Goodreader, Evernote, theScore, Instapaper, Dropbox
I use OmniFocus for task management, but that is probably overkill for most people, as Reminders serves the purpose for basic use
Kindle app and iBooks for books.
iWork apps (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) if you need that capability