Here are five Fresh iPhone Apps worth tapping into today.
Developed by Apple, this free iPhone app makes it easier to view gallery photos stored by you and your friends. A subscription to Apple's MobileMe service is required (which you can sample for free for 60 days.) MobileMe lets you keep private photos password protected, and easily share the rest with friends. View photos in landscape and while offline.
Are you a coffee aficionado? If so, you'll want to check out Beanhunter. The free (at least for a limited time only) iPhone app lets you locate and review cafes from around the world. Learn about "Coffee worth traveling for" and store your favorites from the app at beanhunter.com.
No, this is not an app based off the Steven Spielberg and Leonardo DeCaprio movie, but rather a cat-and-mouse game with a bit of a twist. The $1.99 iPhone app lets you play both thief and guard and as you locate (or protect) a castle's treasures.
This arithmetic performance-enhancing iPhone app is a cross between flash cards and the classic arcade game Asteroids. The $1.99 game challenges toddlers to shoot down asteroids coming to them from the top of the screen in chronological order (from 1 to 10 and higher).
Wake up to find out that you have less friends on your Facebook profile than you had yesterday? Rather than scrolling through pages to try to locate the dissenter, you can download this 99-cent iPhone app to do the investigative work for you.