WARNING: Don't Fall for Fake Apps!
Proving once again that nothing enables crooks more than the internet, Gizmodo is warning iPhone app-seekers to steer clear of scams:
If you Google "iPhone apps," the first thing that comes up is iPhoneApps.org, a site selling a bundle of "top 10" iPhone applications for $25 using "safe PayPal." Friends, there's nothing safe about this site. It's a scam. The iTunes App Store is the exclusive distributor of official iPhone apps, period. Don't get your apps anywhere else. Tell your friends and family. If you're savvy enough to use Installer.app, this PSA is not for you, obviously. [Thanks Blake!]
Remember, if something looks fishy, it probably is; seems too good to be true, is too good to be true; doesn't come from Apple's built-in-to-iPhone-and-iTunes App Store, is a big honking SCAM!