I've been adding apps that I feel will be usefull, and on the whole I'm happy, but one I added is a complete letdown, its called "Fuel Smart UK", now I know it only cost £0.59, but the things useless. Its supposed to overlay on google maps the local fuel stations, then tell you the price so you can compare prices, and go to the cheapest. This sounds fine in theory, but in practice, the "data" is all between 2 months and a year old, (it seems the only way to correct this is to waste fuel driving round and entering the data yourself. And it has a really handy bug that means if you look at the details of a station, and want to go back to the maps, then it has to re-load all the local data again (so if you were using an iphone on the move you'd be paying repeatedly on your mobile data usage to get back the same map data it just got rid of). Which leads on to the question, can you get your money back on an app thats not good at the task its supposed to do well?