Top 5 iPhone Applications

5. Stanza

A book reader that grabs free titles from public domains, Stanza has soared in popularity — making the iPhone a worthy competitor to Amazon's Kindle.

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4. RunKeeper

RunKeeper is an iPhone application that enables you to use the built-in GPS in your iPhone 3G to track all of your outdoor fitness activities, including duration, distance, pace, speed, elevation, calories burned, and path traveled on a map. You can store all of your historical activities on the RunKeeper website and share them with your friends!

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3. Tweetie

Twitter, a new form of micro-blogging, became more legitimate when it broke the news of the deadly Mumbai attacks. And Tweetie is the best app we've found to follow your Twitter friends. The app neatly separates Twitter feeds into categories, and the interface resembles the bubbly iChat interface that most of us have come to love. A must-have for Twitterholics.

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2. Pandora

It's a new era for radio. Personalized, mobile, and free. Pandora Radio is your own FREE personalized radio now available to stream music on your iPhone. Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs or classical composers and Pandora will create a "station" that plays their music and more music like it.

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Listen to more than 5 million tracks for free with on your iPhone. Create personal radio stations based on any artist or genres, and listen to commercial free music for hours. With on the iPhone you can also check out artist bios and concert information and share your favourite tracks with your friends using the iPhone contact list.

The more you listen, the more learns what you like and recommends new music based on your taste. Go to the website, and you can see your iPhone and iTunes listening history, stored by no matter where you’re listening.

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