Leaflets is a web portal specially made for the iPhone. Some of them are just lists of web applications made specially for iPhone but some of them are more then that. Leaflets does not only contain a list of iPhone web applications but it also has links to Newsvine, an RSS reader, Flickr, Upcoming, Delicious, and The New York Times. If you sign up for an account (it’s free, so why not) you can save your login information for sites like Delicious, Flickr and Upcoming. Your RSS feeds also get saved when you have an account.
For some of the sites like Newsvine and Delicious, Leaflets uses it’s own “iPhone-friendly” layout. Everything seems to work nicely in either portrait and landscape modes though. The Flickr application pretty much has it’s own iPhone interface until you actually view photos, then you’re taken to the actual Flickr website.
I would love to see the ability to add and remove application icons to the home page. For example, I’d love to be able to remove the Flickr button and replace it with the Digg application button.
Overall this is a neat little web portal that pulls together popular websites and specially made iPhone applications all to one place for you. Having the RSS reader is a great little addition too.
Visit Leaflets on your iPhone!