Lately, there has been a lot of fuss regarding who is the best around the mobile phones market - Blackberry, Symbian, Window Mobile, Android or iPhone. So far, iPhone has been considered the leader concerning the applications subject, having the largest market and a huge fan following. A single store - AppStore - makes the search for applications simple and it presents competent descriptions for the developers' products, so the user's perspective is enlarged. When Apple announced the App Store on iTunes there was great excitement over the enormous potential it would offer both the developers of the apps and the end-users. As a result, when the store officially opened, the iPhone apps that were available ran the gamut in quality, price, and topic. It is understandable that choosing reliable apps that are easy to use and actually do what they say they do can be an overwhelming dilemma. It's important to keep a few key requirements in mind as you choose apps for your iPhone or iPod touch such as: features, interface, graphics, stability and program size in body camera app. The most popular category by far is Games, followed by Entertainment and the third most popular category is Books. Now, the interest is towards the best iPhone apps and below is reviewed one of the most entertaining apps which is surely worth your time and money. oRemote This is an application from the Entertainment category for network control of devices that use eISCP protocol including most network-enabled Onkyo and Integra AV Receivers. Using this app, you can fully control your receiver without having to turn on the TV. Certain menus and submenus such as Setup and Keyboard Entry are not supported by the OEM, therefore cannot be performed by oRemote. Some of the app's best features are: - easy configuration and setup, the application auto-detects your AVR and sets itself up - controls sources for all zones - zone controls for all supporting zones including power, volume, and source selection - controls playback of built-in tuner, USB sources, iRadio, DLNA and Windows Media - you can select iRadio presets and listening modes - display of audio and video source - display of media playback on screen - there's no need to turn on the TV - displays of menus for media playback In the app's description on iTunes the supported models are also presented and there you can find more details about this application. Robert Worne promises to respond personally to any questions regarding product compatibility. World Mobile News Using this application from the News category you can get the latest and quality news articles and analysis from BBC on your iPhone and it works even if you don't have Internet connection or poor 2/3G reception. It presents an easy way to browse BBC News articles from all around the world under different categories offering true offline browsing experience. It's based on image slide show and all you have to do is click on the image to read the whole story. You can also get quick access to your favorite news category. It's good to know that this is not an official BBC application and the news content is served from bbc.co.uk. Odina Software makes innovative iPhone applications such as BBCReader and iGeoJournal which brought all essential parts of iPhone components into one application: map, camera, note and recorder, all in one place. My Movies for iPhone Pro This application allows you to catalog your entire movie collection from an online data service containing data for over 350.000 DVD, Blu-Ray and HD DVD titles from various countries. My Movies for iPhone Pro requires you to create a user account, or log on to an existing My Movies account to be able to use the program. With My Movies for iPhone Pro you can keep track of movies you own, of the ones you previously owned or the ones you wish to purchase. The Binnerup Consult crew promises to help in case of problems, saying that the quality and stability of the application is their top priority.