Check out the first hands-on with the Google Wave for iPhone web app. Just like Google Latitude, it's not an app to download from the iTunes App Store but accessed via Safari.
The lucky folks at Engadget were shown the Google Wave for iPhone app at Google's San Francisco headquarters where all of its functions were working. However, in the video above (filmed later) a number of bugs have found their way into the app.
The faults with the Google Wave app aren't really surprising as this version is just an early developers-only release. We're impressed anyway.
The app lets you access you contacts, your waves (collections of content) and their creations too. Waves are synced between the phone version and the desktop implementation of Google Wave.
Google Wave is still set to launch by September 30 and the iPhone app will appear at the same time.
Find out all you need to know about Google Wave in our complete guide.