CNET 100: We pick our favorite iPhone apps

For the next 10 business days, 10 CNET personalities will publish their 10 favorite iPhone apps. Check back each day to see app choices from Brian Tong, Kent German, and the rest of the CNET crew, then vote on your favorites. At the end of July, we'll declare the 10 most popular of the 100 according to you, our readers.

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Welcome to the first installment of CNET 100: iPhone apps. Each day for the next 10 business days, CNET personalities you know and love will publish slideshows of their 10 personal favorite iPhone apps. With each post, you get a chance to vote for your own favorite app. Two weeks from now, we'll collect the full list of 100 apps and announce the 10 that  you, our readers, love the most.

So let's get to it. Our first expert is the esteemed Kent German, senior editor at CNET Reviews and our resident iPhone reviewer. (You can see what Kent thinks of the iPhone 4 in our full iPhone 4 review.) Kent's 10 favorite apps give you a peek into his jet-setting lifestyle. He knows the very best apps to help you navigate air travel and have a blast when you land, whether at a local restaurant or while snapping photos of local attractions.

Once you've seen all of Kent's faves, return to this poll to let us know which app is your favorite, then check back each day on iPhone Atlas to see app choices from Brian Tong, Bonnie Cha, and the rest of the CNET crew.

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Lindsey Turrentine is Editor-in-Chief of, where she sets the direction for CNET Reviews, CNET Video, and CNET How To. She has helped shape digital journalism since digital journalism was born.


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