If you are a pastor and you have an iPhone, you might want to check out and download these apps:
Bible: I like the ESV Study Bible app, but this one is great if you use a Bible reading plan such as Professor Horner’s.
PrayerMate: Organise your prayer requests and subscribe to those from various organisations.
Logos: So I can access my library for sermon prep when I’m out and about.
Kindle: To read a page or two on the go when you have a spare moment.
Podcasts: To listen to the four podcasts I subscribe to – 5 Minutes in Church History, Mortification of Spin, Jesus on Every Page, and Resurgence Leadership.
Dropbox: A hard drive in the cloud giving me easy access to all my files.
Things: To-Do List app of choice.
Day One: Use it for journaling or noting down stuff.
Evernote: My archive of 8,338 notes and counting of clippings from the web, scanned documents, mp3s, and so on.
Reeder: For reading all my blog feeds from Feedly.
Twitter: I use HootSuite on my Macbook Air, but I prefer the Twitter app on my iPhone.
Pocket: A great place to save blog posts and web pages to read later.
Trello: If you make lists of stuff and want to access them you need Trello.
Chrome: My preferred web browser.
Mailbox: As soon as this app has support for Hotmail, this will become my app of choice for reading emails on my phone.
(Photo: VIKTOR HANACEK)