iPhone Apps for 3.0 OS and the iPhone 3GS: 50 Downloads: Page 2

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16) AT&T Navigator (Free + $9.99 monthly subscription):
Turn-by-turn GPS navigation, with the $9.99 monthly subscription fee automatically added to your iPhone bill.

17) Gokivo + Yahoo! Local Search ($.99 + subscription):
Get local search and turn-by-turn driving directions.

18) Hey Where Are You (free):
Track your friends on a map. Offers push alerts even when the app isn't running.

19) Mapee Lite (free):
View your Twitter friends on a map.

20) MobileNavigator Europe ($94.99):
Navigon offers turn-by-turn directions for all of Europe. A U.S. version will arrive soon.

21) PlaceTagger ($7.99):
Geotagging software for your photos.


22) airPhoto ($.99):
Share photos over Bluetooth connections.

23) Are My Sites Up (free):
A free companion to the company's paid premium service. It delivers push notifications letting you know the status of your Web sites.

24) Battery Bulb ($.99):
Check the status of your iPhone recharging from across the room with this simple graphical display.

25) ClipShare ($1.99):
Keep multiple clipboards and share them with your desktop.

26) Evernote (free):
This popular note storage app has been upgraded with better voice recordings and the ability to scroll through your entire list without reloading.

27) GeekSearch ($.99):
Search several popular sites from one interface.

28) Remember the Milk (free with a Pro account):
This popular task manager has been upgraded with push notifications, reminding you of tasks you need to get done.

29) Video Notes 3.0 ($9.99):
Store videos on your iPhone and view them anywhere.

30) Zillow Real Estate (free):
This real estate look-up tool now offers push notifications telling you about new results that match your saved searches.

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