Already a popular web service and found on other devices, Evernote does something that every location-aware cameraphone should be able to do: quickly take and store geotagged photos so you can remember stuff.

For as much as I love finding new NYC bars, I have the darndest time remembering where I found them when it's time to go back. With Evernote, you can tag up a quick photo and remember forever. It also uses text recognition to (most of the time) identify any written words or numbers in a photo (of a business card, say) and convert them to searchable text.