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Best New iPhone Apps in January 2011

written by: Arnold Zafra•edited by: Simon Hill•updated: 1/31/2011

It's the first month of the new year and as early as now, the iPhone App Store is bursting with new apps being made available since the start of the new year. Here we go with our monthly round up as we give you the best iPhone apps in January 2011.

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    The first of our best iPhone apps for January 2011 is this cool camera app called gyroCam. Basically, it enhances your iPhone camera by helping you frame a straight shot or automatically level photos in real time as you shoot. Using the iPhone's gyro and accelerometer, this app frames a level shot from any scene. You can choose from a clip mode that cuts out the level frame or fill mode which zooms the level frame back to full size. gyroCam is great for capturing action scenes, macro, self-portraits, scene composition and situations. (Price: $0.99) (Download link)

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    Here's an iPhone app that is simple to use and yet can save you from another parking ticket with just a swipe of your finger. This app helps you find your way back to the car through unique handwritten memo, photo and automatic GPS functions. The app is simple to use as well, just swipe your fingers across the meter to set how long you plan to park and then the app will mark your parking location on the map. When you're going back to you car, the app will honk you. The honk icon will display the remaining minutes you have before you need to get back to your parked car. Other features of this app include - simple and intuitive interface, take photo and annotate it with handwritten memo, auto-orienting map for units with built-in compass, soft and regular shopping-mall-mode alarm options, and gorgeous background photos. (Price: $0.99) (Download link)

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    The Guardian

    theguardian If you're an avid reader of the The Guardian, well you will definitely get this app running on your iPhone as it gives you access to the world's most thought-provoking newspaper. The app features the Guardian's award-winning video footage, football scores and alerts, minute-by-minute updates and live coverage of news and sport, integrated user comments, enhanced trending topics and stories, landscape reading mode, brand new home page design, offline viewing iPhone native interface and more. (Price: Free) (Download link)

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    Go Out WW

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    This new iPhone app lets you get socially active as it connects you to people face-to-face in real time. The app lets you create an event in the matchmaking category of interests and find people who would like to do the same together with you. It will also help you stay aware of all the events around you in the categories that interest you and take part in them. (Price: $0.99) (Download link)

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    Do you regularly visit to find answers for how certain things are done? If you do, then you'd be glad to know that the site now has an iPhone app of its own. Containing millions of helpful articles at your fingertips, this app will certainly be a life-saver. Features include - search among all of the eHow articles, save your favorite eHow articles, share your favorite eHow articles with friends via email, Facebook and Twitter, and read featured articles for popular categories including home, money, family, food, health and style. (Price: Free) (Download link)

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    blekko iphone app If you're familiar with Blekko which is actually an alternative way of searching the web by using slashtags, this is its iPhone version. As such, this iPhone app searches only the sites you want and cuts out the spam. You can use friends, experts, community or your own slashtags to slash in what you want or slash out what you don't like. Other features of the app include - blekko search index, log in to your blekko account, vertical search with slashtags, access real-time data, quickly access SEO data and more. (Price: Free) (Download link)