In this week's leisurely, labor-friendly app roundup: Watchmen grows up, and grows large; you avoid getting sick; lots of TV gets watched; and Robocop's got a few things to say to you.

Outbreak: An app that aggregates disease outbreak information into either a list or a map overlay, giving you just enough information to be nervous, but not quite enough to really do anything about it. Most useful for hypochondriacs and/or residents of Sub-Saharan Africa. Free.

Watchmen 2.0: Back around when Watchmen came out in theaters, there was a little iPhone game called Watchmen: Justice is Coming . It was one of the first 3D MMOs for the iPhone, but felt a little underdeveloped. Version 2.0, coinciding with the DVD release, is free if you've already got the first one, and comes with eight new episodes, a pile of new characters, a 360-degree battle mode, and new rooftop settings.

Robocop, Fargo, and Rocky Soundboards: This doesn't even feel like part of an app roundup—it feels more like three beautiful gifts, from me to you. These are official soundboards, from eminently quotable movies, for free.

i.TV: A fantastic TV listings app now works as a TiVo remote, with support for more DVRs to come, and push notifications. Free.

NFL Mobile: Once this one fully activates (Sept 13th) you'll be able to watch Live NFL games on your iPhone. Awesome! Minor catch: you need to be a DirecTV subscriber with an expensive sports package to use it, even just for news updates and scores. App's free though!

This Week's App News on Giz:

Loopt First iPhone App With Always-On Location, Even When It's Not Running

Gizmodo's Essential iPhone Apps: Fall 2009

I am T-Pain iPhone App Is Auto-Tuning Genius

Top 10 Back to School iPhone Apps

Apple Approves Line2, a Google Voice-esque Program For Toktumi

Push Google Voice SMS and Twitter Messages to iPhone With Prowl, No Growl Required

µTorrent iPhone App Rejected, Heads Over to Cydia

Bustedhot iPhone Application Makes Me Lose Faith In America

Why We Can't Have a Napster iPhone App (Or Android App, Or BlackBerry App...)

Grand Theft Auto On the iPhone Will Be Wonderfully Old School

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 Favorite iPhone Apps Directory. Have a swell Labor Day, everybody.