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By Rachael King
The iPad isn't just about fun and games. (Yeah, the hi-def racing app is way cool.) There's plenty of serious business to be done using the popular tablet computer—judging by the range of productivity applications the more corporate-minded can download. Here are the top 15 grossing apps in descending order as of June 17, 2010.
Users can rate apps at the iTunes App Store on a scale of one to five stars, with five being the best. We've indicated the number of people who rated each app, along with the number of folks who took the time to write a separate review. Apple ranks the best-sellers by revenue but doesn't disclose exact figures.