Applications for iPhone Are Here, Web-Based Using Safari

iPhone applications are starting to surface — most are web-based using the iPhone’s Safari browser.

Current NetSuite users can simply access their accounts on an iPhone at no additional cost for the hosted, on-demand applications. NetSuite is launching SuitePhone, an integrated set of business management programs for the iPhone. SuitePhone is actually a re-packaging of the existing, proven NetSuite software

iSleuth is an iPhone Javascript Client/Server application which allows use of a MacBook’s iSight or other iSight-enabled Mac for security and surveillance purposes. iSleuth transmits images live to the iPhone.

gOffice is a basic word processor for the iPhone that can save files and exports items in Microsoft Word (.doc) format.

Telekinesis Actually a Mac OS X application, allows you to remotely access your Mac with web applications on your iPhone.

Gas.app helps you to find the cheapest gas prices in your area with iPhone Google Maps integration.

JiveTalk IM client for the iPhone.

Movies.app Allows you to search for movies in your zip code and provides basic movie information, including length and rating. Also integrates with the Google Maps application to get directions to the theater, provides a link to buy tickets, and also includes links to trailers for the movies.

TadaList
Organizer and task management built by 37Sginals and already used on Mac and PC browsers is now optimized for the iPhone. TadaList allows you to share your lists with friends, family, spouses, collaborators, co-workers, or keep them to yourself.

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