10 iPhone Apps Guaranteed to Make the 2010 Holiday Season Manageable

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10 iPhone Apps Guaranteed to Make the 2010 Holiday Season Manageable

by Nathan Eddy

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Winterbells ($0.99)

A forgotten classic holiday game, this strangely addictive entertainment requires you to keep a snow-white bunny hopping higher and higher on gently descending winter bells.

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Santas Bag ($0.99)

Keep yourself organized and on budget this holiday season with a gift-giving app that lets you see who the nice and naughty people on your list are getting this year.

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Dr. Seuss Camera- Grinch Edition ($1.99)

Turn your friends, family (and pets!) into a digital version of the beloved Mr. Mean One, then customize the digital card with fun stamps, boarders and messages.

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Flight Tracker ($0.99)

Use your iPhone to check flight delays, gate changes and all sorts of status updates with this app, which also allows you to select and save departing or arriving flights.

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Christmas Sweater-izer ($0.99)

Test out a digital closet full of the hideous holiday sweaters Aunt Edna always gets you this time of year and turn the tables on friends and family.

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Angry Birds Seasons ($0.99)

Give the popular mobile game Angry Birds a holiday spin with this winter-themed version, where snowballs and blocks of ice add to the fun.

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Christmas Camera Pro ($0.99)

Another easy way to spread the holiday cheer, this app lets you put yourself and the people you know into typically over-the-top holiday-themed photos.

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Christmas Carols by iChristmas ($0.99)

Version 2.0 now lets you play your own Christmas music from your iPod library and includes more than 100 classic and modern carols for you to sing off-key.

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The Ultimate Holiday App (Free)

Though perhaps slightly hyperbolic, this app gives you tools and toys like a calendar, gift guide and a list of holidays to celebrate the year 'round.

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Talking Santa ($1.99)

Record a holiday greeting into your iPhone and watch as a digital Santa Claus repeats it back to you, or run him over with a huge snowball!

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