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Top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store

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The Associated Press -

App Store Official Charts for the week ending Jan. 14, 2013:

Top Paid iPhone Apps:

1. Angry Birds Star Wars (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

2. WhatsApp Messenger (WhatsApp Inc.)

3. Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)

4. Scribblenauts Remix (Warner Bros.)

5. Plague Inc. (Ndemic Creations)

6. Flow Free: Bridges (Big Duck Games LLC)

7. Wipeout (Activision Publishing, Inc.)

8. Bad Piggies (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

9. Angry Birds Space (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

10. Arms Cartel Global (Pixel Addicts)

Top Free iPhone Apps:

1. Ruzzle (MAG Interactive)

2. Fun Run - Multiplayer Race (dirtyBit)

3. Google Maps (Google, Inc.)

4. YouTube (Google, Inc.)

5. Subway Surfers (Kiloo)

6. The Blockheads (Majic Jungle Software)

7. Snapchat (Snapchat, Inc.)

8. Flow Free (Big Duck Games LLC)

9. Facebook Messenger (Facebook, Inc.)

10. Facebook (Facebook, Inc.)

Top Paid iPad Apps:

1. Angry Birds Star Wars HD (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

2. The Room (Fireproof Games)

3. Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)

4. Joe Danger (Hello Games)

5. Pages (Apple)

6. Notability - Take Notes & Annotate PDFs with Dropbox & Google Drive Sync (Ginger Labs)

7. Bad Piggies HD (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

8. Scribblenauts Remix (Warner Bros.)

9. Fruit Ninja HD (Halfbrick Studios)

10. Angry Birds Space HD (Rovio Entertainment Ltd)

Top Free iPad Apps:

1. YouTube (Google, Inc.)

2. The Blockheads (Majic Jungle Software)

3. Calculator for iPad Free (International Travel Weather Calculator)

4. Candy Crush Saga (King.com Limited)

5. Skype for iPad (Skype Communications S.a.r.l)

6. Amazing Ants (Pocket Gems Publishing)

7. iBooks (Apple)

8. Netflix (Netflix, Inc.)

9. Subway Surfers (Kiloo)

10. The Weather Channel for iPad (The Weather Channel Interactive)

© 2013 Apple, Inc.

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