Fingerzilla and TeamViewer are the most popularly downloaded free iPhone applications for the week of March 8.
The top free application by country* for the week, by number of downloads, recorded on March 8:
Fingerzilla is a finger-sized destruction application that takes its cues from the movie Godzilla. Users wreak havoc on Fingerzilla cities, destroying buildings, cars and people with just the touch of a finger. Points are awarded for "destructive combos," with bonuses for squishing your named victims to death or crunching vehicles into oblivion. The game is complemented with B-grade movie sound effects and original Sims City-like graphics.
TeamViewer is an application that lets you remotely access computers from your iPhone. The application can be used to provide your friends and family with technical assistance remotely. It can be used to access documents and applications installed in your work or home computers while you are away from your desk. It makes it possible to view and interact with your desktop computer, reboot the remote computer and to gain access to your files. When using all remote access applications, it is wise to read about the possibility of security concerns before installing these programs.
Knife Dancing (games)
Knife Dancing is a virtual version of the dangerous knife game of the same name (also known as "5-finger fillet"). Players choose a sharp object from the range of crayons, pens and knives and use it to stab in between the five fingers on screen. Users must stab in succession without causing injury to the hand. Choosing a less dangerous object will assure you a couple of mistakes, while accidentally stabbing a finger when using a very sharp knife will result in a loss of life.
S-1 ??? (entertainment)
S-1 ??? (S-1 Battle in English) is an iPhone application for the comedy video contest held in Japan in March. The application enables users to stream videos in the competition (via a WiFi connection) and to keep up to date with all the real-time action through Twitter updates.
China Vehicle Violation Record Lookup (utilities)
The application lets users check if the car they own has been identified by the Chinese authorities for traffic violations in more than 180 cities in China. If the user suspects they have been caught breaking the Chinese traffic rules they can use the application to see if they will receive a fine. If the application indicates they will be fined, the user can quickly pay the correct authorities to avoid incurring extra penalties for a late payment.
(*The countries listed are those markets in which the most iPhones and iPod Touches have been sold worldwide. The list of top ten countries is based on AdMob's November 2009 estimate of the worldwide iPhone and iPod touch User Distribution.)Reuse content