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Path 2.0's iPhone app has a really neat navigation system. This is a simple example of how to add a similar menu menu system to your iPhone app. Just run the example and click on the nice red button. The navigation code for expanding & collapsing an array of menu items/buttons (views) is in the ExpandableNavigation.m/.h files. Looking at the usage example in ViewController.m should be pretty self explanitory. However if you have any questions feel free to reach out to me on twitter (@tobins).
MBButtonMenuController is a UIViewController subclass that implements something similar to UIActionSheet. It offers an unlimited number of buttons, a delegate for handling taps, and a cool visual effect when it's presented. Give it a whirl and feel free to contribute.
OGActionChooser is an iOS control that can be used as a replacement for UIActionSheet or UIAlertView. It displays an arbitrarily long list of button items, each having a title and image. The user can select an item or close the action chooser. The items can be disabled optionally.