enter Looking today at the top 100 grossing apps for the iPhone. You can see them yourself here. (Will launch iTunes.)

click werner holmberg binäre optionen ist das seriös werner holmberg Of the top 100, 68 are games. 32 are various productivity or travel helping apps, including smattering of adult stuff and one recipe app. (Well done, Jamie!). Plenty of room for interesting things that aren’t games in the top 100! I wonder how the line up will change this time next year.

Here’s the list:

  • #2 MobileNavigator North American $89.99
  • #3 RedLaser tag reader $1.99
  • #18 DocumentsToGo for taking docs $9.99
  • #25 Truth or Dare Dating $1.99
  • #26 MotionX GPS Drive $2.99
  • #27 Textfree Unlimited, send SMS messages $5.99
  • #29 Jamie Oliver 20 minute meals $7.99
  • #30 TomTom US and Canada $99.99
  • #31 LogMein Ignition remote control of Macs and PCs $29.99
  • #32 ColorSplash photo editor $1.99
  • #33 Awesome Note and ToDo $3.99
  • #36 iFitness $1.99
  • #44 Police Radio $0.99
  • #45 Zagat To Go $9.99
  • #46 Japanese English Dictionary $19.99
  • #48 Tweetie Twitter Client $2.99
  • #50 Air Mouse Pro for turning iPod/Touch into remote for Mac
  • #52 Flight Track $4.99
  • #53 CNN Mobile $1.99
  • #57 The Weather Channel $3.99
  • #60 Quickoffice Mobile Office $9.99
  • #64 Midomi Music Identifer $4.99
  • #72 Scanner911 $0.99
  • #72 WunderRadio $6.99
  • #73 CoPilot Live North America $34.99
  • #75 Naughtie Hotties Video $0.99
  • #75 Documentstogo $14.99
  • #88 ReelDirector video editing $7.99
  • #92 TVUPlayer TV player $4.99
  • #97 Pocket Informant organizer $12.99
  • #99 FlightTrack Pro $9.99
  • #100 BeatMaker – $19.99

http://gatehousegallery.co.uk/?myka=ebook-sul-trading&10e=c4 Of course this list is for top grossing apps — so those expensive GPS apps skew their numbers. If we look at the list for top paid apps, there is a larger proportion of low-priced games.

http://drybonesinthevalley.com/?tyiuds=forex-double-bollinger-bands-strategy Update Oct 27: Google’s app store. Opportunity to catch the wave early? I don’t underestimate Google. And with their mutual board members leaving each other’s boards, they are clearly getting closer to a head to head each day. I just want to make sure that I’m on the winning side! And sorry, that won’t be Palm.

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