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There are a multitude of apps to help you get where you're going, regardless of if it's by train, plane, or automobile. From scoring some wheels to knowing when your little sister's flight will take off, we've got you covered.

Aaron Crocco

GPS navigation apps have been a wonderful way to navigate using an iPhone. Currently the iPad 3G is the only model of the iPad to have a GPS chip. The GPS chip inside the 3G iPad is simply fantastic. The tracking on the chip is very fast and accurate. This guide will help you choose the best iPad native GPS navigation app for you.

Greg Sapienza

Line Rider Gets A Car In Wroom!

Wroom combines colorful, silky smooth visuals with an acrobatic, parkour style of gameplay. Find yourself flying through loops, bouncing off walls, driving through water and clinging to ledges on your way to the goal.

Greg Young

SmartFuel iPhone App Finds The Cheapest Fuel, So You Don't Have To

If you're a car owner, you'll no doubt know that the price of gasoline can greatly vary from station to station. Fortunately, an iPhone app called "SmartFuel" can help. The clever application uses GPS to find the cheapest gas near you, and what's more, the app has just received an impressive update.

Joe White

Own a car? Well there are tons of apps to help you out. You can find anything from finding low cost gasoline, making your monthly payments on time, navigating, and getting roadside assistance. We round up our favorites in this AppList.

Tim Chaten

Review: Asphalt 6: Adrenaline - Experience The Rush

Perhaps the most anticipated racer of the year, Asphalt 6 is finally here. Combining everything you loved about the past titles in the series with a blast of heart-pounding adrenaline, this swift arcade game is sure to take your breath away. How does it compare to other recently released racers? Read on to find out more.

Felix Xiao

Review: Adaptunes

Do you ever wonder to yourself: I am going to speed up, I wish my stereo could adjust volume to the speed. I know I have. Well, wonder no more Adaptunes is here.

Staff Writer