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What iPhone apps are best?

What iPhone apps are best?

Here are a few of the more popular choices

Once again the people have spoken and they have rated certain iPhone downloads to be exceptional.  One of the noteworthy iPhone apps is Where.  This app, developed by Where, Inc., is a very popular locator app.  The user can locate good restaurants, cheap gas, various personal services, friends and even the nearest Starbucks.   The app is available in numerous different languages including English, French, Chinese, Danish, German, Dutch, Italian, Greek, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Swedish, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.


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The Associated Press successfully succeeds in keeping up with the tech move as well as people who are unable to allow time to stop for a newspaper.  Mobile News Network allows on the go users to easily access all national and international news, photos and videos.  Some critics note, however, that free news apps may cost the user more than the cost of a newspaper depending on their wireless service agreements.

Shazam is now more than the secret word the DC comic book character Billy Batson uses to transform into Captain Marvel.  It is a music-identifying app created by Shazam Entertainment Limited.   Shazam can easily aid music fans in discovering the various details about any song they hear.

1260216771_top-10-iphone-apps-for-guys_flashIt also enables users to buy the music from the iTunes service.  The user can even use the app to view relevant music videos on YouTube, keep a personal history and add his/her own photos and tags.  It’s even possible to share with friends.  This iPhone app is currently available in the following different languages: English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.

What iPhone apps are best?  You tell us!

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