2011 Top 10 Must-Have Apps for the iPhone

Below is a list of my most used Iphone Apps 2011. I figure that usage is the ultimate measure for a Top 10 List. Give them a go. You won't regret.

TomTom the Original Sat Nav system. Watch out for the promotion offers.

Price: $49.99
Category: Navigation

Wunderlist the most useful list tool brought to you from a cool Kraut crew. Steve leave them alone!

Price: Free
Category: Productivity

GoodReader is like Microsoft Office for your iphone... but it just works!

Price: $4.99
Category: Productivity

VLC the only Movie Player you need.

Price: deleted from Itunes store
Category: Media

Facebook all updates on the go. Never used their website since.

Price: Free
Category: Social Network

Stormrider Surfguide - Essential. Don't forget to bring plenty of wax.

Price: $7.99
Category: Travel Guides

Need for Speed Undercover Anyone still playing Angry Birds?

Price: $2.99
Category: Games

Gorilla Cam Best camera app out there. To bad they don't update it any longer.
Price: Free
Category: Productivity

Dropbox Free mobile cloud computing for Dummies.

Price: Free
Category: Productivity

CamScanner I even used it in the office while waiting for the new scanner.

Price: Free - $6.99
Category: Productivity


Good news for all US tourists: Pre-Paid Data Plan on an unlocked iPhone is finally possible in America

AT&T new GoPhone data plan is the best news for all travelers to the US in 2010. After years and years of waiting it is finally possible to use your unlocked Iphone, Blackberry, HTC or whatever Data phone you might own.

In October 2010 AT&T launched a new GoPhone service that finally makes sense for short time visitors to use their service while in the US and helps them to avoid the horrendous roaming charges applied by mobile phone companies. Their new $2 a day plan for unlimited talk and text is what we were waiting for since ages. Basically as soon as you make or receive a call you are charged $2, but then the rest of the day you can call or text as much as you want. Sounds pretty good to me. See below for more pricing options.

Once you have chosen a plan that suits your needs all you have to do is walk into an At&T store and ask for the GoPhone Plan.

You can put money on your account based on how long you plan to stay in the US/ how long you want to keep your new US phone number. The different options are the following:


If you also want 3G data on your phone to stay connected when away from WiFi then you will also need to add the $19.99 100MB data plan to your account or pay the 1cent per kb as per your chosen plan.


Now once you get your SIM Card and are connected to the AT&T network all you need to do is to configure your phone with the below settings:

APN: wap.cingular Username: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM
Password: CINGULAR1

On the Iphone 4G simply go to Settings/General/Network/Cellular Data Network and fill in the first 3 fields.

Now you are all set to enjoy your iphone abroad and save hundreds of dollars just don't forget to enjoy your holidays!