Updated: Smartphone Application Grid

Check out the Smartphone Application grid for the authority source on applications for each of the major smartphone platforms.
To see where this project started, go this post.  I updated the Smartphone Application Grid this morning to include categories for Cloud Storage and Google Voice.  This includes the recently released Dropbox application for the BlackBerry OS and native Google Voice Applications for the iOS.

Let me know what else needs to be on the list.

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webOS Android iOS BlackBerry
Music/Video App App (+ Xplayer) iTunes Media Player
notetaking Evernote Evernote Evernote
Streaming Video YouTube YouTube, Netflix YouTube Player, MyMovies
Twitter Tweed Twitter Twitter Twitter
Other Twitter TweetMe, Twee, Spaz Twidroid
HootSuite, Touiteur
Twittlelator, Echofon
HootSuite
UberTwitter,  Tweetcaster
Music Streaming Pandora Pandora, Slacker Pandora, Slacker

Pandora, Slacker

Cloud Storage Dropbox Dropbox Dropbox
LinkedIn LinkedIn DroidIn LinkedIn LinkedIn
Google Voice Built in GV Mobile, GV Connect Google Voice by Google
Facebook Facebook Facebook Facebook Facebook
Instant Messaging

IM+

Meebo, AIM, IMEasy, IM+ Yahoo, AIM, IM+ BeeJiveIM, AOL
Newsreader/RSS Viigo Pulse,
Google News Reader
Mobile RSS, Pulse Viigo
Watching live Television SlingPlayer Mobile, SPB TV SlingPlayer Mobile SlingPlayer Mobile

SlingPlayer Mobile

Bible Reader Bible Reader, YouVersion (Bible) Bible Reader 4, YouVersion YouVersion, AcroBible YouVersion (Bible), BibleReader
Sports Scores SportingNews ESPN ESPN, Yahoo Sportacular ScoreMobile
Location Games Gowalla, Foursquare Gowalla, Foursquare Gowalla, Foursquare Foursquare, Waze
Financial Management Mint Mint Mobile Checkbook
Live Radio RadioTime Slacker, WunderRadio WunderRadio, AOL, iHeart, Slacker iHeartRadio
Remote Desktop LogMeIn, RDP LogMeIn, RemoteTap RDM+
Podcast drPodder Listen, DoggCatcher, doubleTwist iTunes, Podcaster BlackBerry Podcast, PodTrapper
Office Documents to Go, QuickOffice Documents to Go, QuickOffice Documents to Go, eOffice, QuickOffice

Posted by Shawn Roberts

On this blog, I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. My focus and most experience is in estate planning and business issues including Oklahoma non-compete law. I make a living as an attorney in the law firm I founded, Cazes Roberts, PLLC in Oklahoma City. I live in Edmond with wife Amy and my two children, Sam (17) and David (9). We live precisely in the path of where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."

2 comments

Google Talk should be listed for Android. BBM for blackberries. Having those built-in really makes it a odd thing to install a third party I’m client IF most of your friends use the same smartphone OS. Additionally, Trillian has a mobile client for at least BlackBerry and Android.

Google now has their own reader and Docs client on Android.

There is Seesmic and TweetDeck for Twitter (and Facebook).

LinkedIn has their own Android client now. You forgot about Last.FM as well…

And you should add in WP7 and revisit WebOS choices.

In the end these lists don’t matter because these are obvious apps that users will install almost immediately. Its the less-obvious stuff that we need help with…

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