vBookz, the somewhat useful text-to-speech iPad app we've covered before, is now iPhone-ready. It doesn't appear that many of our quibbles with the app have been rectified since we examined vBookz's previous iteration, but the robotic narrator is now pocketable.
As Kyle pointed out in June, vBookz is essentially a copy of Apple's own iBooks, only crammed with public domain classics (via Project Gutenberg) instead of bestsellers. The interface is still a mixed bag. It's still very pretty, but how does it read? It's hard to turn pages (kind of a drawback for a reader app!) and the area to download new literary freebies is difficult to reach on your first try. But really, the only reason you'll be paying $1.99 (or not) is the text-to-speech function, as public domain titles are easily available within the superiorly designed iBooks app.