Further to my earlier post today, I have checked some of the applications available via iTunes.
As you can see, they include:
• Typepad (blogging) – Free
• AIM (social networking) – FREE
• MySpace Mobile (social networking) – FREE
• Enigmo (games) – £5.99
• Moto Racer (games) – £5.99
• Salesforce Mobile (Business) – FREE
• Epocrates Rx (health & fitness) – FREE
• Remote (entertainment) – FREE
What’s significant here is that not only are the apps you’d expect to be free, so are some you wouldn’t expect t be so, such as Salesforce. This bodes well for the future of the Apps Store in my opinion and will certainly drive new customers to the iPhone.
So far I have counted 26 pages of iPhone applications (inc. 6 pages of free ones). With 21 applications per page, I make that around 546 applications for the iPhone in total, including 126 free ones!
In forthcoming posts I’ll discuss some applications in more detail.