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Top 40 Free Apps for iPhone

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The Top 40 Free Apps for iPhone

Our friends at pcmag.com hooked us up with a premium top40 list here is what they had to sat: We tracked down 40 great iPhone apps including utilities, games, and social networking services that don’t cost a cent.

#1 AP Mobile 3.1

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The Associated Press; www.ap.org

The venerable Associated Press news organization gives you lots of free news, photos, and videos in its official iPhone app. The app lets you personalize the content that you want to read from every AP content provider. And if you want to know the latest news right now, you can do so by enabling push notifications.

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#2 Chess With Friends Free 3.04

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Newtoy Inc.; newtoyinc.com/wp/

Free, full games on the iPhone are extremely hard to come by. Chess With Friends, while not the most exciting app, lets you play the classic game against friends who also have iPhones/iPod touches. It features push notifications so you can see when the other player has moved. The game delivers ads between turns, but after a few moves you get used to it and move right along.

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#3 CNBC 1.1

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NBC Universal Inc.; www.cnbc.com

CNBC’s real-time app with push notifications keeps you up to speed with what's happening in the business world. The app lets you create a portfolio so you can keep track of your stocks in real time. It also allows you look at historical charts and pre- and post-market trading. So, the next time a dire financial crisis hits, at least you can follow it with pretty colors and graphics, right on your iPhone.

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#4 Cube Runner 1.2

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Andy Qua; andyqua.co.uk/CubeRunner/Welcome.html

This diabolically simple and addictive game lets you control an arrow that is flying through rows of digital cubes. The point of the game is to not hit any cubes, flying through for as long as you can. In the background, throbbing techno music jams along as you pilot your arrow. Sure, the graphics look like a 1983-era arcade game, but that's what you get for zero dollars, and some older iPhone users might dig the resemblance to the Atari games of yesteryear.

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#5 eBay Mobile 1.4.1

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eBay Inc.; www.ebay.com

Have you been losing eBay auctions because you were out of the house? Then pick up eBay Mobile, and you'll be able to snipe at the last second from anywhere. The app lets users search, bid on items, update their info, check bids on items being sold, and much more. Power sellers and frequent bidders should consider this an essential tool for keeping up with their auctions.

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#6 eBuddy 3.2.1

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eBuddy; www.ebuddy.com

Instant messaging may not have the buzz of Twitter and Google Wave, but almost everyone does it. They don't all do it on the same network, though, so you need a multi-platform IM solution. eBuddy is the best free IM solution we found on the iPhone. It lets you log in to multiple services at once including AIM, Yahoo, Facebook, Google Talk, and MSN. Another app, IM+ Lite, provides very similar functions but has some ads and slightly less streamlined features.

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#7 Epicurious 1.1.0

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Condé Nast; www.epicurious.com

Self-proclaimed foodies probably know Epicurious and its more than 100,000 recipes. The site's iPhone app takes all of those recipes out of the kitchen and off to the grocery store. The app lets you turn your favorite recipes into a shopping list. At the store, you can check off items as you get them. If you miss flipping through food-stained pages, you can turn any recipe into a paginated cookbook. There are a few ads here that can be annoying, but we’re willing to put up with it to pay zero dollars for the app.

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#8 Evernote 3.1.1

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Evernote Corporation; www.evernote.com

If you’ve got a memory that’s more emu than elephant, then Evernote can help you out. The app gives you several ways to keep notes—including text, voice, and photos—and gives you a way to access them from any desktop. The simple interface makes it easy to write down important to-dos, locations, phone numbers, or just about anything you might need to reference at any time

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#9 Facebook 3.03

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Facebook; www.facebook.com/mobile/

With so many people now on Facebook, the service has become an indispensable tool for communicating with friends and family. Facebook’s iPhone app is the best version of mobile Facebook to date. The app lets you assign often-visited personal profiles or pages to your home page screens for easy access, upload photos or videos in a snap, or call up any friend with his or her number posted. If you have an iPhone and Facebook account, there’s no reason not to have this app.

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#10 Fandango 2.0

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Fandango; www.fandango.com

Remember when you used to look in the newspaper for movie times? Yeah, those days are long gone. Many people now simply look up times on their PCs. With Fandango for iPhone, you can find movie times, watch trailers, read fan reviews, and buy tickets while you’re on the go. With hot films, it can be a good idea to get tickets early, and Fandango’s app easily allows you to do that. Flixter, a similar app, lets you buy tickets from movietickets.com, watch trailers and clips, and gives you professional reviews to read from rottentomatoes.com.

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#11 Flashlight. 1.5.1

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John Haney Software; www.johnhaney.com/software/

One of the simplest apps the iPhone offers may also be one of its most useful. The Flashlight app turns the iPhone’s screen a solid, bright color. To tune the brightness, just swipe up or down with your finger. It sounds stupid, but it's useful in plenty of real-world situations, such as reading in bed, finding something in a dark room, and annoying the cat. It can even turn into a strobe light if you feel like giving yourself a headache.

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#12 Flickr 1.0.3

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Yahoo Inc.; www.flickr.com

The popular social photography site gets even livelier with this iPhone app. The iPhone Flickr application lets you shoot, upload, and geotag your iPhone photos. The app also lets you browse your own photos, cycle through recent activity by your friends and family, and search for photos from around the world.

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#13 foursquare 1.4.2

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foursquare; foursquare.com

Foursquare is an addictive combination of social networking, stalking, and a real-life video game. With Foursquare, you can find out if your Facebook and Twitter friends are at places you’re hanging out at in real life. You can "check-in" to a place to find new friends who frequent the same places, such as bars or coffee shops. And then you can to earn badges, based on social achievements, so the app can be sort of a game too. While Foursquare certainly isn’t for everyone, the game aspects especially seem to be attracting plenty of fans.

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#14 Free Spanish Tutor 3.0.9

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24/7 Tutor; www.247tutor.com

Are you looking to learn a little Spanish? Or perhaps you just want to brush up on the language? Free Spanish Tutor is a good app for you. It gives you flashcards and quizzes on basic words and phrases. Free French Tutor, from the same company, does the same thing, but, you know, Frenchier.

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#15 Free Wi-Fi Finder 1.3.1

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JiWire Inc.; www.jiwire.com/iphone

JiWire's Free Wi-Fi Finder offers the largest available single database of free Wi-Fi spots all over the U.S. The iPhone uses its GPS to tell you the closest Wi-Fi spots to you. The app worked admirably in New York City, although we can’t testify to its accuracy in other places.

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#16 Google Earth 2.0.0

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Google Inc.; earth.google.com

The iPhone comes with Google Maps, but Google Earth really ups the ante. With it, you can browse geo-tagged photos all over the word, check out city info with Google Local Search, and search in many languages. The latest version of Google Earth for iPhone, 2.0, adds a custom map feature that allows you to sync saved entries from My Maps to the app.

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#17 Google Mobile App 0.3.4000

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Google Inc.; google.com

While Google’s search app is pretty basic and doesn’t break much new ground, it does include voice search, a hot feature that people seem to like. Just say what you’re looking for—"Orson Welles singing Christmas songs while dogs chase their tails," for example—and you’ll find it with Google speed.

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#18 Kindle for iPhone 1.2

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Amazon.com, Inc.; www.amazon.com

Amazon's Kindle iPhone app is a lot cheaper than buying an actual Kindle—100% cheaper, in fact. With Kindle for iPhone, users can buy and read all of their purchased Amazon books just about anywhere. The app allows users to read the beginning of any e-book, making it a good shopping tool. Since Amazon’s digital library exceeds 300,000 titles, users probably won’t have a problem finding a book they’ll enjoy. We think the app itself could still use work, but it's the current commercial standard for reading books on your phone.

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#19 Layar Reality Browser 2.1.0

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Layar; layar.com

The promise of augmented reality, which lets a user see live data about destinations over a live camera view, hasn’t yet been fully realized. But the Layar Reality Browser on the iPhone is the best representation of the tech yet. To use it, all you do is hold your iPhone in any direction and tell it to search for pizza, bars, or anything else. Then you’ll see the location of businesses updates based the direction you're looking in.

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#20 Lightsaber Unleashed 2.1

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TheMacBox; themacbox.co.uk

While it might not be a very useful app, Lightsaber Unlimited is a perennial iPhone favorite that can keep children (and adults) entertained. Just choose one of the characters, activate the lightsaber, and swing your iPhone like you are actually using the Jedi/Sith weapon to make lightsaber noises. Just be warned that it doesn’t actually give you Force powers.

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#21 LinkedIn 1.5

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LinkedIn; www.linkedin.com

While LinkedIn hasn’t been nearly as innovative as many of its social networking peers, it is still the number one social network for job-seekers and for professional use. The LinkedIn app on iPhone lets you send and receive messages, post and get status updates, connect with business associates, and search for new connections. If you need to be linked in during this recession, this is the best way to get immediate access to those contacts.

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#22 MetrO 0.9.1

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Kinevia; metro.nanika.net

While it’s not the best individual transit app for a city like New York, the MetrO city transit app gives subway and bus directions for more than 400 cities, including many smaller cities and towns. The app lets you plug in start and end points from lists of landmarks and intersections and gives abbreviated directions. If you're going to Monaco, Salzburg, or Kuala Lumpur, you're unlikely to find a dedicated local transit app in the App Store, but MetrO will have you covered.

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#23 Mint.com Personal Finance 1.2.28

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Mint.com; www.mint.com

Users of Mint.com know the site can help you keep detailed account of your finances. The iPhone app extends the experience so users can keep track of their spending better on the go. Just enter a few data points in the iPhone as you spend, and you’ll be able to see your spending patterns as an easy-to-read chart. Although, if your bank account is anemic, cool-looking representations probably won’t make you feel too much better about it.

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#24 MySpace Mobile 1.6

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MySpace.com; www.myspace.com

MySpace is still one of the most popular social networks in the world, especially among artists and musicians. The MySpace Mobile app on the iPhone helps you stay connected with your online friends, including sending messages, directly uploading new photos, writing on your blog, posting comments on friends’ profiles, and finding new friends. The app’s only real drawback is that it doesn’t let you listen to MySpace’s wealth of streaming music; we hope they add that functionality soon

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#25 New York Times 2.3.1

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The New York Times Company; www.nytimes.com

This is probably the best-written single newspaper app in the iTunes Store, and it gives you a newspaper with a great depth of content. The New York Times’ iPhone app allows users to sync new articles and photos that can be read without a data or Wi-Fi connection. Even if you're not a big fan of the Times, that off-line capability can be very important; it'll give you something to read even when AT&T's network isn't behaving.

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#26 Pandora 2.0.2

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Pandora Media, Inc.; www.pandora.com

Pandora has always been a good, reliable choice for customized streaming radio. Pandora creates custom stations based on artists or songs you like. It uses elements from the song itself and the user’s preferences to pick new songs to listen to. You're likely to hear a few unfamiliar bands mixed in with a lot of bands you already know and like. Plus, if you use Pandora on your desktop, the iPhone account will sync your thumbs up or down on song selections. Slacker also provides a similar service on the iPhone.

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#27 Photoshop.com Mobile 1.0

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Adobe Systems Inc.; www.photoshop.com

Adobe's Photoshop app satisfies basic photo-editing needs. While it won’t do everything you can imagine, it allows you to crop, rotate, change exposure, and many other effects to turn your iPhone photos into keepers. When you’re done editing your photos, it’s easy to upload your work to an account on Photoshop.com.

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#28 Remote 1.3.2

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Apple Inc.; www.apple.com

That dinky Apple remote has an awful tendency to get lost in your couch cushions. Apple's Remote app instead turns your iPhone into a remote control for music on your computer or Apple TV. While music is playing, album artwork is displayed on your phone and you can even edit playlists. The app only works over your home Wi-Fi connection, so you don’t have to worry about anyone else controlling your tunes—except other people in your house, of course.

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#29 Skype 1.2.2

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Skpye Software S.a.r.l; www.skype.com

Skype lets you make free voice-over-IP calls on iPhones and iPod Touches, and it actually works. If your friends also use Skype, you can see if they're online and chat with them through Skype's network. Since we last reviewed the app, Apple changed its stance on letting Skype users make calls over its data network. Now Skype can be used over Wi-Fi or 3G, meaning you can save a lot of minutes by making calls via Skype.

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#30 ShopSavvy 1.0.1

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Big in Japan; www.biggu.com

Have you ever wanted to do a global price check on item at the store? There’s an app for that, and it’s called ShopSavvy. All you do is load the app and then take a photo of any bar code to find out prices from online and local retailers. If you think a product is overpriced, you can just buy it from someone else. The competing app pic2shop worked about as well in my tests, but ShopSavvy has worked well on the Android platform as well, so it has global credibility.

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#31 Slacker Radio 1.2

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Slacker, Inc.; www.slacker.com

http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2339924,00.asp We’ve been big fans of Slacker in its various incarnations for awhile now, and the iPhone version is no exception. The streaming music app plays songs based on your initial selection of a song or a custom radio station. Slacker’s interface screams style and it displays great-looking art when it plays songs. Keep in mind that you do need an active Internet connection to listen to songs, though.

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#32 Sportacular 1.6

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Citizen Sports Inc.; www.citizensportsinc.com

Sportacular lets you keep track of up-to-the-minute scores for the NFL, MLB, NCAA football and basketball, NBA, NHL, and more. Fantasy sports fans can create custom groups that track certain players and teams. Plus, you can get push notifications concerning your favorite team or any game you want to follow. ESPN ScoreCenter works in an extremely similar manner, but Sportacular has slightly more functions, making it the champ.

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#33 Stanza 1.9.1

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Lexcycle, Inc.; www.lexcycle.com

Not falling for Kindle for iPhone and Amazon’s grip on the e-book market? We actually like Stanza a little bit better for reading books on an iPhone. Stanza is a very open e-book reader that can display many types of files and lets you format them however you want. We especially like that Stanza has a large free library of 50,000 books you can peruse. It may not have as many titles for regular purchase like Kindle, but it compensates with free content and more functions.

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#34 Tap Tap Revenge 2.6.2

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Tapulous; tapulous.com

Before Rock Band came to the iPhone, Tap Tap Revenge and its sequels were the most-talked about music and rhythm games. Tap Tap Revenge 3 costs a little money, but Tap Tap 2, which is a tad less flashy and just about as fun, is totally free. It lets you download free songs to play along to such as Jackson 5’s "ABC" and Fall Out Boy’s "Sugar We’re Goin' Down." Most of the songs aren’t that famous and it occasionally freezes, but it’s still a great time-waster.

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#35 TripIt 1.4

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TripIt; www.tripit.com

Planning to take a trip? TripIt will keep you organized. The app lets you use TripIt’s well-respected Web-based software to build a master itinerary. From there, you can add corresponding information like weather, maps, and directions. After putting together your itinerary, you can shoot your info to people on social networks like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

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#36 Truveo Video Search 1.3.0

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AOL; www.truveo.com

Truveo, AOL's video search engine, claims to have more than 150 million clips to choose from. (That’s a lot.) The app lets you watch free videos over Wi-Fi and 3G. It has some problems; you’ll notice it pulls many selections from YouTube and some videos simply won’t play. But Truveo works well more often than not, and really, who doesn’t like watching clips and full-length episodes of shows for free?

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#37 TweetMic Lite 1.2

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VoiceTal LLC; tweetmic.com

Twitter is hot as ever these days, with an ever expanding user base and more ways to use the service. If you’ve ever wanted to tweet by talking, TweetMic Lite is the app for you. TweetMic Lite lets you create spoken "tweetcasts" with ease and send them out over Twitter. The app also lets you review your recording before you publish, just in case you made a mistake or you simply want to try again.

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#38 Twitterrific 2.1

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The Iconfactory; iconfactory.com/software

If you’re using Twitter, like many of us at PCMag, there’s no excuse not to have a good mobile client. The best free client we’ve seen is Twitterrific, which covers all the Twitter basics of updating your status, following or unfollowing friends, and reading direct messages, along with lots of other broad functions. With it, you can also do searches, customize your visual layout, and manage multiple accounts. Another free client, Echofon, also does an admirable job, but just misses the cut because it doesn’t dig as deep.

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#39 The Weather Channel 2.03

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The Weather Channel Interactive; www.weather.com

Raindrops falling on your head? OK, maybe it’s not the best time to pull out your iPhone (you know how fragile they can be sometimes). But it is a good time to duck under that overhang and bust out the Weather Channel app. From there, you can see local and extended forecasts, check severe weather alerts, and videos to tell you just how bad it’s going to get. If you’re going to be stuck inside for awhile you can check out WeatherBug, which does a decent job of telling you the weather, but offers less professional video content.

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#40 Yelp 3.1.1

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Yelp, Inc.; www.yelp.com

Yelp helps you find info and reviews about nearby restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and movie theaters. Entries tell you address, cost of food, hours of operation, and the like. The app even lets you search for Yelp entries in augmented reality, which can be fun (just don’t trust AR more than your instincts because it’s not always right.) Competitor Urbanspoon also has an iPhone app that we like for its unique shaker ability, which lets you find a random restaurant in your area by selecting a few parameters and shaking the iPhone.

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