That seems high, but I did get to share app screens with several other attendees. Alas, I didn't find any new apps. We all had fairly similar apps, or at we spanned similar app domains.
It's a good reminder though to share my main screen, it's a bit unusual for me to go beyond it (when I do I use the search function, I don't navigate the other screens) ...
Off the main screen other apps in active use these days include:
- 1Password: encrypted store
- i41CX+: beautiful HP 45 emulation
- Light (of course)
- MPR Radio
- about 16 kids games and 7 educational apps
- Google Earth
- Easy Wi-Fi
- Wi-Fi Finder
- Sky Voyager
- Public Radio
- myWireless (AT&T)
- Flight Update
Update 10/5/2009: In iTunes you can switch your Application view to "list" view, get a convenient list of all apps, and see when apps were last updated.
TUAW has a post on team member home screens and Firstand20 has the home screens for geek celebrity iPhoners. I'm most like "Brett" of TUAW, looks like I need to research "MindMeister" and "Cities". Seems like there ought to be a social graph application based on home screen overlap.
See also: my standard iPhone configuration.