Here are five Fresh iPhone Apps you should tap into today.
Brooklyn Decker graces the cover of this free iPhone app, which is a mobile media extension of the storied annual "swimsuit edition" from Sports Illustrated Magazine. SI Swimsuit 2010 has 46 pictures and more than 90 minutes of footage. Still can't get enough? Pay $1.99 and download a premium upgrade.
Go to Hell and back with this sequel to the famed Doom video game franchise. The $1.99 iPhone app offers eight hours of rich game play as you choose from one of three characters as you combat deadly monsters to save innocent civilians.
An interesting subplot on the ongoing battle between Google and Apple come in the availability of web-based applications from Google that can be downloaded from your iPhone's Safari Browser. This $1.99 iPhone app is a support mechanism for the web-based Google Talk application. Enjoy it while you can.
This real time strategy game casts you as a commander of a naval strike force. The extensive gameplay provided by this $2.99 iPhone application challenges you to lead aerial bombing runs while avoiding enemy attacks.
Similar to L.A. Times The Envelope and Vanity Fair Hollywood, this 99-cent iPhone app is best consumed in anticipation and during the 2010 Academy Awards. Compete with friends to see who has the superior Oscar's predictions while learning more about the glorious history of the best entertainment awards event on the planet.