| Paid Apps.
Coming in first place is Spy Vs. Spy, a game featuring those hooligan spies, and based off of the original game from the Commodore 64 and Atari. This new iPhone version features both online and local multiplayer matches. In second place is the standby Where's My Perry?, from Disney, and in third is Super Stickman Golf from Noodlecake Studios. Rounding out the top five are Where's My Water, a repeat guest on the list, and Scanner Pro by Readdle, which turns your phone into a scanner, which you can use to then upload documents to DropBox, Google Docs, and Evernote.
| Free Apps.
The top two free apps this week all have to do with the 2012 London Games, and rightly so. In first, though is a game called Finger Olympic, in which you compete as a person made out of fingers. If it sounds weird to you, you're not alone. In second place is NBC's Olympics Live app, which hopefully is nothing like their "live" coverage on television (in other words, hopefully the footage on the app is actually live, not taped like on TV). In third place is Amazon Instant Video, which we people are using to watch thousands of videos using their Amazon Prime Instant memberships. Fourth place goes to the free version of Where's My Perry?, and fifth place belongs to a game called Sketchman.
| 360 Panorama.
360 Panorama - Free
360 Panorama allows your camera to take breathtaking 360-view photographs. 'Nuff said. It's great if you travel a lot, and it's a pretty high-quality add-on for your camera.
Cat Paint - $0.99, with a $0.99 add-on of "cat heads"
Cat Paint is an admittedly extremely silly app, as it allows you to add cat bodies and cat heads to your preexisting pictures. Add on laser eyes if you want, but if not, just enjoy messing with your friends and sending them pictures of lots of cats.
| Shopping List (Grocery List).
Shopping List (Grocery List) - $2.99
This one is little more boring than the other two, but likely much more helpful. When making a grocery list, we often don't lump together similar items (like produce or frozen goods, for example) and thus might end up wasting time walking back and forth through the store. This app lets you sort your list by category so you can pick everything up at once. Great for busy parents or people who hate dealing with crowded stores.