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Checking web statistics can be fun, but trying to keep track of them all can be tedious and time consuming. Ego ($2) provides up-to-the-second stats from all of your favorite web services and social sites, including Twitter, Feedburner, Google Analytics, Mint, and your own website, showing subscription totals and changes in hourly, daily, or monthly formats. Even better, Ego supports custom labels and multiple sources for each widget. Keeping track of your online identities and websites has never been so easy. Let the ego-stroking begin.

  • Amazon Kindle for iPhone & iPod Touch

    Even if you could never justify spending three Bens on a Kindle, you can still partake in the mobile eBook revolution. Amazon Kindle for iPhone & iPod Touch (Free) is a new app that lets you buy and download Kindle books and read them on the go — without buying the $360 Kindle 2. In addition to having access to more than 240,000 books, the app lets you adjust text size, add bookmarks, and get free samples. If you already have a Kindle, the app's Whispersync technology saves and synchronizes your bookmarks across your Kindle and your iPhone.

  • Apple App Store

    With less than a day to go before the 3G iPhone hits the sweaty palms of fanboys in the U.S., Apple has launched its App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Filled to the digital brim with over 500 native applications (Free-$10), you can find software in nearly 20 different categories, including an official AIM app (finally!), a new Remote app from Apple that lets you control iTunes and Apple TV, tons of surprisingly great looking games, and apps for social-obsessives (Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter). You can download applications directly on your iPhone from anywhere or buy them through iTunes and then sync up. Old iPhone owners just need to wait on the iPhone 2.0 software update. Or not.