What are the most appalling apps of 2011 so far?

Mobile application downloads are poised to soar from 10.7 billion in 2010 to an astounding 182.7 billion in 2015, according to a forecast issued last month by research firm IDC. Many developers are already introducing groundbreaking, immersive mobile applications, of course--just last week, FierceMobileContent counted down its selections for the five best new apps of the year to date. But the reality is that mediocrity still dominates app store inventories--for every great app, there are at least a dozen worthless ones. To that end, FierceMobileContent is taking a look at the five worst apps of 2011 so far. Special feature

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