Top six home-grown iPhone apps

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Top six home-grown iPhone apps
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Price: $12.99 for all 44 languages, $1.19 for an individual language.
Developers: Richard Johnson and Lance Wiggs

Developers Richard Johnson and Lance Wiggs decided to come up with the ultimate phrasebook for travelling, shopping, finding your way around and - of course - flirting, with print and audio phrases in 44 languages.

Should you ever find yourself unexpectedly in a foreign country (and how often does that happen!), rest assured you can find somewhere to eat or sleep, stay out of trouble and make friends with a flick of your finger.

While getting the app off the ground, Johnson and Wiggs worked with a who's who of Australia's mobile industry including web business gurus Pollenizer and mobile development powerhouse MoGeneration. 

Price: $1.19
Developer: Kevin Bruton, South Fremantle.

This app allows you to monitor your usage on multiple mobile phone and internet access accounts from a wide variety of providers.

Developer Kevin Bruton has worked out the ins and outs of extracting usage information from phone company and ISP systems - you just need to give it your username and password for each account.

You can keep track of everything from a handy summary page and drill down to the account details. Bruton has also developed iHome, a home loan and property analyser handy for anyone in the property market.

Read on for number six!

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