Business travelers whose companies use the Concur travel service (aka Atlas Travel) to manage their trips can track their intineraries and always have the details available through the free Concur Mobile app.
Turn your iPhone into a travel alarm with iHandySoft's $1 Alarm Clock Pro, so you don't oversleep on the road. It detects your current time zone and shows the current weather.
Sure, the iPhone includes a weather app, but you can get more detail using Shifty Jelly's $2 Pocket Weather World app, which includes more than 60,000 locations worldwide. The Weather Channel's $4 Weather Channel Max provides weather conditions and forecasts across the globe, as well as access to traffic cameras in some areas. It also lets you bookmark unlimited locations to track and plot local landmarks such as schools and golf courses on its map.
Do you ever come across a Web page you'd like to read later, when you have the time? Sure, you can bookmark those pages, but wouldn't it be nice if you could somehow save them to your iPad and read them at your convenience? And wouldn't it be even nicer if you could read them without Internet access, such as when you're on an airplane? You can with Marco Arment's $5 Instapaper Pro.
Do all sorts of business calculations with Joaquin Grech's $3 Financial Calculator app: cash flow, annuity growth, amortization, you name it.
If your work involves mathematics, Chaoji Li's $7 TeX Equation lets you create complex formulas for use in documents, using the popular TeX math-coding syntax.
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