The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

The end of the month is here, and that means it's time to do a little housekeeping on our list of the absolute best iPhone apps. Who will be inducted? Who will unceremoniously get the boot?

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The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

WordLens: WordLens is a taste of the future. Point it at a sign in Spanish and it'll overlay an English translation on the fly while approximating the size and typeface of the original text. It's not perfect but it works well enough to blow your mind into a thousand little pieces. $10.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

Infinity Blade: Angry Birds may be fun, but the graphics aren't going to blow your hair back. Infinity Blade, the first iOS game to run on the Unreal Engine, could easily be called Angry Knights. And it looks f-ing incredible. $6

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

WolframAlpha: WolframAlpha—formerly $50, now just $2—is smart. Like, scary smart. It's part calculator, part search engine, but for any situation in which you need facts—population of Waco, TX; observable stars in the universe; unemployment rate in Boise—it's indispensable. $2

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

DocumentsToGo: If you're a businessperson, you undoubtedly are adrift in a sea of documents, pretty much every day of your life. DocumentsToGo is the best way to deal with them on your iPhone. You don't have a lot of room to stretch out when you're editing, but you'll get the job done. $10.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

TuneIn Radio: A truly great radio app, TuneIn has a dizzying amount of stations both local and global, and it gives you the ability to pause, rewind, or record live radio on the fly. $1

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The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have (Updated)

ReaddleDocs: It's still fine for reading docs from a bunch of different places, but DocumentsToGo gives you that sweet editing ability you know you're gonna want.

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