Not every designers out there owned an iPhone, wtf does designer need an iPhone for? Well, before that.. I’m quite sure this post will make you reconsider if it is the time for some good investment to buy an iPhone, or an iPod Touch would just fine for me.
One of the best things for designers for using an iPhone is that the mobility for designers (especially those who do freelancing) doing their job efficiently with the iPhone app, and it helps a lot especially those every hardworking designers.
Here I’ve named a few iPhone app that every designers should have..
TweetDeck Act as your mobile browser for staying in touch with what’s happening on Twitterc+ Facebook from your iPhone or iPod Touch. TweetDeck shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organized and up to date no matter where you are.
ConvertBot will helps you convert between over 500 units across over 20 categories including currency, time, length, and many more. It’s even smart enough to convert between mixed units like Foot + Inches, Pounds + Ounces, Minutes + Seconds. Converting units has never been more fun.
Cliq Cliq is the fastest photo sharing and upload support from Mobile Safari
Evernote lets you create notes, snap photos, and record voice memos that you can then access any time from your iPhone, computer, or the web.
WordPress for iPhone Lets you write posts, upload photos, edit pages, and manage comments on your blog from your iPhone or iPod touch. With support for both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress. Since there are tons of WordPress users, this app seems to be the favorites.
What The Font connects directly to MyFonts’ acclaimed font identification service, which has been helping customers pinpoint mystery fonts for 10 years. It works via Wi-Fi or the mobile phone network, so you can get your font fix right there on the spot.
MoneyBook is the simplest and elegant way to track and manage your business finances. Your budget at a glance, and expense tracking at your fingertips.
Momento act as your unique diary/journal writing app for iPhone which provides a quick and easy way to record appoinments + datelines throughout your day. Momento also connect with popular social web services, such as Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and Last.fm, in order to collect and display your online activity as part of your diary.
DesignRuler is an accurate reproduction of the standard Graphic Design ruler - essential for anyone working in advertising line, newspaper and magazine Print Production. Business owners who advertise in any form of Print should also have DesignRuler
and the last one, of course one of my favorite app, Photoshop.com Mobile simply drag your finger to crop, adjust color, apply effects and a lot more photoshoping..
These are just few of tons of amazing iPhone apps available for designers out there and if you know of a few really good ones that made especially for designers or maybe for web developers, feel free to share them in the comments below!