I had an iPhone 3G, then after a year, sick of AT&T's cruddy service, I dropped it. Somehow AT&T never came at me for the early cancellation fee! Had a prepaid for a while, now I've got the Droid X on Verizon.
Anyway, I've got an iPad and and iPod Touch 4th gen. The Android phones just don't have as good a music player as the Apple stuff! I run a Mac at home, too, so you can see I've got an Apple thingy going!
Apps I have on iPod:
Kindle (Orthodox Study Bible available)
Bible Reader from Olive Tree (I have the RSV)
Stanza - great for other eBooks, especially free-no DRM ones. STS' Orthodox Daily Prayers (1982 edition) is a free download from Project Gutenberg
New York Times (I got a trial 99 cents/week subscription so I can read all sections, not just top news)
NPR (can listen to NPR too)
Miriam-Webster dictionary (free, I think it has all off-line access)
Check your local newspaper, TV stations, radio stations - many have apps.
Pages - Apple word processing app - I only have this on iPod since I've got it for iPad
Nightstand (free version)
Daily Readings - from the Greek Archdiocese, has daily Bible readings and readings on top 1-2 saints of the day, with fasting calendar