The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

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 March 2011

GroupMe: A godsend of a group messaging app, GroupMe killed for us at CES. The idea is simple: your friends are grouped together via a phone number and when you text that number it sends the message to everyone (with your name in front). Like a SMS chat room. Free.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

PhotoSync: Don't ever tie your iPhone to your computer for pictures again. It wirelessly transfers photos and videos to and fro your computer through Wi-Fi and can even dance with the iPad. So easy. $2.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

Vimeo: The video selection on Vimeo is always stellar but the real cherry on top? Free HD video editing for all your movies, right from your iPhone. Free.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

Evernote: Everybody's favorite do-it-all note taker got a big update for iOS: a new home screen with an information-dense snippet view; a new split-view note screen which allows for multiple attachments to a single note; and easy browsing by notebook or tag. Free.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

MLB At Bat 2011: Hands down, the best sports application on any device. You'll be able to keep up with your favorite team in a snazzy new customizable homescreen and stream live games (if you have a MLB.tv package). For any self respecting baseball fan, it's an absolute must have. $15.

The iPhone Apps Everyone Should Have March 2011

Tiny Wings: Slide an adorable bird up and down hills to collect coins. The trick is to gain momentum and beat the night. Surprisingly addictive with extremely cute animations. $1.

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