20 cool third-party iPhone apps

Mobile applications to make both your work and social lives easier.

HyperOffice: By now, everyone knows that the 3G iPhone will support Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and Cisco IPSec VPN to give enterprise customers at least some assurances of security for sending and receiving corporate e-mails. The folks at HyperOffice, however, want to give you more. By logging into your individual HyperOffice account through your iPhone's Web browser, you'll have access to applications such as document management with online storage and commenting, discussion groups, and shared documents, calendars, contacts, projects and tasks. Since HyperOffice is a service, users don't need to download it from the AppStore and can access it exclusively through the company's Web site. The service is currently priced at US$7 per month per user, and can also work on all smartphones and BlackBerry devices.

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