Top 5 worst downloads of 2009's Seth Rosenblatt picked the worst downloads of 2009, and Tom counts 'em down.


CNET Download's Seth Rosenblatt just dug himself out of the avalanche of software that his team reviews every year. And in his hand was a list of the worst downloads of the year.

And he's willing to share. By worst this year, Seth means the biggest failures, so the coding, presentation, and features of these apps might be decent, but they let us and their customers down in a big way.

Go watch the video, listen to the trivia question, then come back here and post your comments and answer below. We'll draw a random name from the first 10 folks to get the answer right as the winner of the prize.

Last week's Answer: Chicago Music Show. Congrats wbandoy.

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