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Just like music and podcasts in the iTunes Store, you can use Browse mode in the iPhone/iPod touch App Store. You'll find a Browse link in the box at the top right of the App Store home page. Click it, and you'll see the typical iTunes Store three-pane browser. Click on App Store in the first column, then choose a Category in the second column to see a list of all apps within that category.

Because this view is list-based, without the fancy web interface, it's much faster (plus you see all entries in one long list, instead of 21 per page). The really nice thing, though, is that you can add your own columns to the list are. Control-click on the list header row, and select Release Date from the pop-up menu. You can then click on the Release Date header, and you've got a list of every app within the category, sorted by release date. Repeat the process and add Popularity, and you can sort by popularity instead.

This way you can sort the apps the way you like--just click the column header to sort the list by release date, popularity, developer, or even by price. This is a great way to get an overview of all the apps in the App Store.

[robg adds: I must admit I hadn't ever looked at the App Store's browse mode. Now that I have, using the web-like view really seems slow and clunky; browse mode is now my favorite method of digging through the App Store itself. Outside of the App Store, I rely on AppShopper (and its RSS feeds), which does a great job of tracking new apps (free, paid, or both), updated apps, and (most interestingly) price changes for existing apps.]
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