Apple iPhones Top 10 Grossing Apps in 2010

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Apple iPhones Top 10 Grossing Apps in 2010

by Nicholas Kolakowski

2 of 11 At Bat 2010<br />COST: Free

Schedules, standings, postseason results, breaking news for teams, video highlight library, interactive rosters, and player stats helped make this one of the bestselling iPhone apps of 2010. The app is free for the moment-but once the 2011 season begins, expect to pay around $15.

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Angry Birds<br />COST: $0.99

This bestselling game asks players to hurl extremely irate birds at extremely rickety structures holding extremely ugly pigs. It's more fun than it sounds.

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Call of Duty: Zombies<br />COST: $4.99

Who likes shooting zombies? Evidently a lot of people.

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Bejeweled 2 + Blitz<br />COST: $0.99

A puzzle game involving gems.

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FriendCaller 3 Pro<br />COST: Free

Free worldwide VOIP calls to other FriendCaller 3 Pro users (meaning that the WiFi-enabled iPod Touch can also use this app for calls). Costs apply for calls to landlines and other mobile devices.

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Zombie Farm<br />COST: Free

Apple's love affair with zombies continues in this game, which lets you grow the undead.

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TomTom U.S.A.<br />COST: $49.99

This navigation app offers real-time traffic updates (with route evaluation based on traffic speeds), advanced lane guidance, destination dialing, route sharing, and other features.

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Tetris<br />COST: $2.99

The popular game, which involves stacking asymmetrical bricks in unbroken rows.

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Plants vs. Zombies<br />COST: $2.99

This tower-defense game became enormously popular early in 2010, as thousands of users leapt at the chance to pelt cartoon zombies with anthropomorphic vegetables and fruit.

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Doodle Jump<br />COST: $0.99

If a 7-year-old had the budget and programming abilities of a games studio, they'd probably design something that looks like this.

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