Mashable loves the thinking, but wonders if iRovr can attract a big enough community:
Whether iRovr gains critical mass is doubtful, but this certainly points the way as to how social networks should work on the iPhone.
KillerStartups discusses the features:
Among iRovr's features are photo/video sharing, of course, bookmarking, and blogging. And we cannot forget the user profiles. Every iRovr member gets some ego-space to share his/her deets. Everything is specially attuned to the tiny dimensions of the iPhone screen. New media comes in update streams and you don't even have to access the browser.