AT&T Navigator is a turn-by-turn GPS app branded by AT&T and developed by TeleNav Inc. It provides a lot of the expected GPS capabilities such as voice directions, dynamic rerouting, and map updates. Although the app itself is free, it does require a $10 monthly subscription (added on top of your monthly AT&T bill) to be used.
Diamond Fever by Howling Moon Games is an interesting take on the ever popular match-three puzzle game genre. The concept is a good one but the graphics aren't anything special. The point of the game is to survive a timed onslaught of gems that get tossed out of the center of the board, one at a time, to the four corners of the screen. Winning is a combination of luck and ninja reflexes as you try to keep the gem blocks from reaching the center. To do this you must tap on any grouping of 3 or more gems to make them disappear.
WhatsToEat is a simple application much like UrbanSpoon. It has you choose from a few categories of restaurants and then lists them according to proximity.
Brain Tuner claims to be the best way to exercise your brain. How does it do this? It shows you a series of problems, and you tell Brain Tuner if the answer is correct or wrong. Is there any more to this app?