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Three essential free iPhone apps for new iPhone owners

So you're one of those folks in Columbus who just got your first iPhone and you are eager to try out the App Store and see what all the buzz is about.

There are five essential free apps that should be on the top of your list.

Twitter has taken the tech and social networking world by storm, it has been used to deliver breaking news, reunite people and even save lives. It seems that everyone has a Twitter page these days and as you would expect there are a large number of Twitter clients out there for the iPhone all vying for your attention. Tweetdeck offers a clean, easy to use interface with intuitive controls and a wide variety of options to truly customize the app to fit your needs.

It seems that Google can indeed find anything and with the free Google app for your iPhone you can find it faster and tie into the Google services you probably already use. The Google app is simple and easy to use, all you have to do is bring it up and say whatever it is you are looking for. Yes, voice operated Google searches. It doesn’t really get any more convenient or faster.

One of the best free apps around is Where. Where is a localization app that can help you find just about anything you need nearby. From the lowest gas prices to local news, weather and restaurant reviews this little app has it all and that is just the first page. You can customize it to show additional information to suit your needs including local sports scores, traffic information, hotel reviews, movies times, local events and much more. This should be one of the first apps to take a front page residency on your new iPhone. It is handy, accurate, always up to date and free, it doesn’t get any better than that.

So as you plug in your iPhone for the first time and start exploring the App Store make sure you snatch these three apps up first and foremost. The iPhone can make your life easier and these apps can help make it a little more organized and a lot more fun. 


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