How Far Can Web Apps Take the iPhone?

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Our Favorite Safari-Based iPhone Applications

Looking for a few new programs for your iPhone? These nine Safari-based gems (and one traditional Web site) are among our favorites:

iPhone Application List: Though it's short on iPhone-specific presentation, this iPhone Application List is the place to start.

App Launchers: AppMarks, MockDock, and Mojits all come with a selection of applications preloaded and let you add new favorites to a customized page.

Remote Access: Telekinesis gives you access to files, media, and more on systems running OS X.

Communications: Check out the txtDrop service to send free Web-based SMS and FlickIM for access to AOL instant messaging.

On the Go: Gas.App helps you find the best gas prices in your zip code.

Games & Sports: Some favorites include an iPhone-ready Duck Hunt Clone and which lets you chat while watching live baseball scores.

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