Turns out, there truly is an app for that. And if there isn't, there will be soon. At least, that's what a quick check of developers' app stores would lead most people -- including analysts -- to believe. After all, by 2015, there will be almost 25 billion mobile apps, said Juniper Research. That's up from less than 2.6 billion in 2009, the research firm said. Recognizing the importance of apps LG, for example, in November began giving users up to $30-worth of free apps through Microsoft's Marketplace for Mobile with the purchase of a new Windows 7 phone. Apple's App Store has more than 300,000 available apps, and almost 100,000 apps are available for Google's Android through its Android Market and third parties, according to a July report by Business Insider.