What's On Your iPhone?

I’ve been the proud owner of one of the new Apple 3G iPhone’s for the past couple of months and couldn’t be happier with it.

After a couple months of everday use, I’ve pretty much settled into a comfortable state and have everything set up the way I like. I’ve downloaded a few apps and established a few Home Screen favorites. I figured I would take a moment to document the current state of my iPhone.

Screenshot of my iPhone Home Screen

I employ a 3-page Home Screen set up. First page contains apps I use and access frequently, like iCal, ESPN, CNN and Twitterific among others. Second page is for lesser used apps and accessories such as Weather, the App Store and Calculator. The third page is reserved for games only. I have a handful of free games I keep on there – you know, for the kids.

What apps are you using? How have you organized your iPhone? Feel free to post your own images or links to same in the comments.

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  1. I have my first (far left) screen with most of the apps that I use more frequently. I’d have to say that my favorite apps are the new Facebook app, Apple’s HoldEm Poker, and Twinkle (twitter app). And on the weekends when I’m away from my computer I heavily use the ESPN bookmarklet like you have on yours.

  2. Brian says:

    Similar for me. 1st screen is most frequently used stuff… SMS, iCal, Stocks, Maps, Weather, Twitterific, Facebook, Zenbe Lists, Bloglines etc. Second screen is some settings and mostly music apps. Stuff like the calc and contacts mixed with Simplify, Pandora, Shazam, Last.fm etc. Third screen is news and lookup tools: NYTimes, Digg, Eventful, MLB At Bat, Yelp, UrbanSpoon, Now Playing, etc. Lastly I’ve got a games screen with 13 different games including 3 worth paying for: HoldEm, Dizzy Bee, and Spore.

    Since 2.0 came out I now have very few Safari bookmarks on my home screens. I’ve gotten comfortable and quick using a sports bookmarks folder for NFL.com, SI, and ESPN’s mobile sites instead of a home screen icon. All three of those do have great mobile sites though.

  3. Ryan Daigle says:

    Wow, I have the exact same setup as you. Different apps, but same organization.

  4. Andy says:

    I just got my iphone about a week ago, so I like seeing what apps other people have added. I see your Reader app, which is apparently Google Reader, but I can’t find it in the App Store. Any suggestions on searching for it?