Fios Mobile - Able to set up recordings on my Fios DVR when I am not at it. Find out I am gonna work a little late, and not be home by 7PM to see the start of the hockey game? No sweat, few clicks and bam. It also works pretty well if you are just searching for a show/movie, or a basic browser to see what is coming on. I love this app.
Frozen Bubble - Another puzzle game, kinda like bubble bobble. I haven't really gotten into this one yet. A buddy of mine at work, this is his favorite game.
Fun Towers - I am not sure what the real name of this is, but I have played this before. A card game, solitaire of sorts. Pretty easy way to kill a few minutes, as the games don't last that long unless you get super lucky and get a good streak going. A lot of my other games take a short while.
'oid lites - Emulators for whatever system is before the oid. I don't use these that often, but purchasing one or two of these in the future probably wouldn't be out of the question. Playing other games though.
Gmote - Control music and movies and stuff on my computer, from my phone. Don't really use this that often, but cool thing to show off.
Google Goggles - Tried it a few times, and it failed everything I tried it on.
Google Sky Map - Fun to show off what it can do.
Grid Droid - Another mToy game. Kinda like creating a circuit of sorts, but it is all busted up and you have to figure out how it goes. Lots of levels, pretty good if you are into this sort of stuff. Personally not as into this one as I am a couple of other by mToy.
Handcent SMS - The majority of my use of the phone aspect of this is done through texting. My texting is done through Handcent. Another one of my most used apps.
Hearts - Card game by the same name. Good game if you are into the game. Easy to play a few hands just to kill a couple minutes.
Home++ - A home replacement app. A little buggy I guess, and has some features I would like implemented that aren't yet. Currently I am not running it, but up until roughly a week ago I had used it and loved it. I rooted my phone and have been trying some of the custom ROMs and themes.
Jewels - Bejeweled, a puzzle game where the screen is full of different jewles. Match up 3 or more in a row, they disappear and more drop from the top. Love this game, in any format I can get it. This was my most played game on my previous phone, along with a tetris clone.
Layar - A reality browser, which to me is kinda pointless, probably going to uninstall it. Cool to show off though I guess.
LEDs Hack - Disables the LEDs for rooted users. I tried it, it worked, never used it again. Probably will uninstall this.
Metamorph - A way to apply custom themes to your phone once rooted. I haven't messed witht his yet as I have been happy with the ROM themes I have found.
Mototorch LED - LED flashlight, this has come in handy in more than one instance.
Opensudoku - A bunch of Sudoku puzzles. I like them, almost finished them all alredy though.
Pair up - A puzzle game matching 2 like pieces, trying to clear the board. Not too bad. I haven't given this one a lot of time yet though.
Pandora - Pandora radio
Papi*insert game* - I have 4 of these catch, jump, missile, river. Simple small takes on other games. Although they are quite fun.
Phit Droid series - Another mToy game, this is probably my favorite one. There are like 4 of these. Basically you get a number of shapes and have to use those shapes, without rotating them to fit into a shape.
Power Manager - I don't really use the app, but I use the widget to toggle settings. I like the aesthetics of this one compared to most other toggle widgets.
Ringdroid - I personally prefer to edit the songs on my computer, to create the ringtone. But this works, if I get bored and get the idea for a ringtone and have the song on my phone. I have the option.
Robo Defense - A tower defense game. Yes...another game, but this one is great. This should come stock with the phone
SetCPU - Overclock, or underclock the CPU of the Droid. Cool I guess, haven't really experienced much real difference though.
Shapewriter keyboard - A swiping keyboard. This is ok, not extremely fond of it though.
Shazam - Play it a part of a song, it tells you who it is and what song it is. Pretty great stuff.
Shop Savvy - Barcode scanner that can scan QRs, but it is also used to find cheaper prices for things. I have saved a few dollars with this app.
Solitaire - Solitaire the card game, a few varieties of it. Good stuff.
Spades - Spades the card game, not bad. But I swear my partner in the game has the mental capacity of the creator of the iPad ( ). Really he bids nil, and then ends the round with taking 8 cards.
Surveyor - It can measure the distance between 2 objects, roughly. Not 100% accurate, but kinda cool. Very pointless app though, but fun to show off.
Tricorder - A app that use the Star Trek thing, and uses all the sensors on the phone to make readings.
TuneWiki - Mp3 player. I have rolled back to the stock player as the stock player's widget is black, and tunewiki's is gray.
Voice - Google Voice app.
WordUp! - A square of random letters, and you have to find words in there by connecting the letters. This game is a fun way to kill a couple minutes.
Yellowbook - Online phonebook basically. Good stuff.
Swype - Keyboard that allows swiping gestures. My favorite way to input text, especially in portrait mode.