The Week in iPhone Apps: Place Your Bets

This Sunday, your phone can help you gamble. It can also let you become a carjacker for one brief moment, and bring you closer to the lovely Ben Gibbard. To the Store.

Payback: It's no Chinatown Wars, but Payback is a solid GTA-clone for the iPhone. Lots of guns, lots of driving, and really, really solid graphically. I prefer my iPhone games more on the play-for-2-minutes puzzle side, but Payback has a neat auto-save feature that lets you pick up right where you left off once your sandwich is ready and it's time to stop playing.

The Week in iPhone Apps: Place Your Bets

Office Pool: This guy kind of priced himself out of the market, since, well, a paper and pencil works pretty well for this too, but if you want to create and track your illegal box pool on your iPhone, $5 will do that for you.

The Week in iPhone Apps: Place Your Bets

Death Cab For Cutie: Surprise iPhone-loving Trent Reznor didn't beat those emo weenies Death Cab For Cutie to the iPhone app game, but this is still pretty cool. The free app links you up to ten free streaming songs, news, tour dates, videos, and of course the chance to buy stuff. Pretty nice design. If you still heart Ben Gibbard's dulcet honeyvoice, this is for you. Free.

The Week in iPhone Apps: Place Your Bets

Fullbrowser: One of the more interesting new browsers now that developers can re-skin Safari is Fullscreen, which removes the title bar for normal browsing and overlays a nice translucent bar when you need it. And, it's free.

This Week's App New On Giz:

iPhone 2.2.1 Update Available Now, Fixes Bugs

iPhone 2.2.1 Pwnage Jailbreak Is Here

Air Photo Adds Wi-Fi Printing to the iPhone

114 Apps Apple Won't Be Approving for the App Store Anytime Soon (Photoshop contest - beautiful stuff here).

$999.99 iPhone App MyCentrl Hooks You Up With Other Dumb Rich People

Face Double iPhone App Tells You Who Your Celebrity Twin Is

Apple Can't Stand the Sight of Boobs or Booty

Sirius Satellite Radio iPhone App Could Come Within a Week

Dollar Origami iPhone App Instructs How to Properly Fold a Bill

Rowmote Brings Apple's Front Row Remote to the iPhone (Unofficially)

This list is in no way definitive. If you've spotted a great app that hit the store this week, give us a heads up or, better yet, your firsthand impressions in the comments. And for even more apps: see our previous weekly roundups here, and check out our original iPhone App Review Marathon. Have a good weekend everybody.