There are three things I really want to see.
1. Stories written for the the kindle - that use 'kindleyness' the way novels use 'bookiness'.
2. Music made for the shuffle - pieces designed to appear randomly but still hang together. More than a bunch of songs. And long too, filling up a shuffle, hours worth of it.
3. Comics made for an iPad. Something that's not just a port of a comic, that combines words and pictures in a way that exploits the iPad's capabilities.
These things may exist already and I've just missed them. I hope so. Anyone know any? In the meantime there are lots of things heading in that direction, crossing from one place to another. Some are:
Mark Wernham has made an app instead of a novel. Sort of. Perhaps it's more of an app on the way to a novel, or around the back of a novel. It's not, at least, just an app designed to promote a novel. It's an app made of novely stuff. It's free, it's interesting, it's worth looking at.
The Malcolm Tucker App is good too. Very nicely translates that book-of-the-series vibe onto an iPhone. Hints of something interesting going on there. Especially the way it reaches out into your iPhone life.
I'm sure I had some more somewhere. I'll dig them out.