Here is a collection of apps I enjoy using for iOS. These screenshots were taken on a fourth-generation iPod touch running iOS 5.
Keynote demonstrates incredibly well-considered design.
Agenda is a nice, minimalist calendar app.
Agenda syncs with iCal as well as Google and Facebook calendars.
Clear keeps all of your lists nice and, um, clear.
Pull down to create a new list item.
Rearranging is as simple as tap-and-drag.
Clear makes the most of gestures.
Calcbot is a nice calculator replacement.
Convertbot is a very handy tool for unit conversions.
Byword is great for distraction-free writing.
Byword also syncs nicely with Dropbox or iCloud.
Evernote is probably my favorite app for working on projects across different devices.
Keep everything organized with Evernote.
Sparrow integrates well with GMail.
Searching for contacts is also a breeze.
eBible is my favorite Bible.
Browsing books and chapters is a breeze.
Reading and highlighting in eBible.
Rhema is another Bible study tool I enjoy.
Themed verses make devotional planning simpler in a pinch.
Kindle is my default reading app. Not as stylish as iBooks but a ton faster.
Books are visually organized in Kindle.
Reading an ebook in Kindle.
Kindle can also store PDF documents.
Reeder is a great Google Reader client.
You have the option to view articles in Readability.
Browsing through unread items in Reeder.
You can also follow links within the app.
Pocket is great for catching up with online articles later.
Pocket organizes your content like an inbox.
Reading a blog post in Pocket.
Snapguide keeps me very busy.
Snapguide allows for easy browsing and discovery.
You can also look for guides by category.
Most tutorials have clear illustrations.
Tweetbot is among the best Twitter clients out there.
Follow conversations in Tweetbot.
Discover new books with Goodreads.
See what your friends are reading.
Manage and review books you’ve read.
Google+ has a stunning official client.
Easily swap between views in Google+.
Viewing profiles in Google+ is very clean.
LinkedIn evokes a conference feel from the get-go.
The LinkedIn dashboard.
LinkedIn’s featured articles.
Viewing status updates in LinkedIn.
Flipboard turns your social networks and RSS feeds into a stylish magazine.
Viewing an article title in Flipboard.
Reading an article in Flipboard. Notice the useful page numbers.
Google Voice is very handy for WiFi calling.
Dial just like you are on a phone.
The Hunger Games is retro action goodness.
More running, but now giant bees are out to get you!
Astronut is a great Iconfactory creation.
Hop from planet to planet using gravity to your advantage.
Tilt your way through the flying levels.
Ramp Champ is yet another jewel from the Iconfactory.
The art direction in Ramp Champ is fantastic.
Choose from various themed skeet ball lanes.
Temple Run: my new addiction.
Run, Indy, run!
Temple Run + Brave is a winning comnination.
Archery is added to the familiar formula.
You can earn bonuses with Second Shot at the end of your run.
Zen Bound: the most relaxing game you’ll play.
Zen Bound embodies simple complexity.
Canabalt is pure sensory joy.
Run and jump. Simple enough, right?
Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery is a delightful visual and auditory adventure.
Kings Quest meets iOS.
World of Goo is another great physics puzzle.
Addictive gameplay and entrancing art.
Anodia is a stylish breakout variant.
Delightful visuals and precise controls make Anodia stand out.
Anticlon is a minimal but addictive puzzle game.
Find the quickest path through all of the open squares.
Osmos is surreally beautiful.
Deep physics and great ambience characterize Osmos.
Tiny Wings. Adorable.
Help the little guy fly!
Jetpack Joyride is pure arcade fun.
Exercise your mind with Nom Nom in Cut the Rope.
Cut the Rope exemplifies the idea of easy to learn, difficult to master.
InstaGamer is a stylish take on Memory.
You can match new photos every time you play.
Ness is a wonderful location-aware restaurant guide.
Browse restaurants by food category, and see reviews.
Order Five Guys online. Could this be the perfect app?
Conversions occur while you type.
Garageband is a whole set of virtual instruments in your pocket.
Yes, you can play chords on the piano.
The guitar will auto-strum selected chords.
The drum set is more entertaining than it is useful on the small screen.
Rdio is a great streaming app.
Rdio very much keeps content first and gets the app out of the way.
Discovering new music in Rdio is a snap.