Ok, Tuesday is here and we have quite a change up in what the top ten paid, and top ten FREE apps have been over the last few weeks. It seems the Gamers have ruled the charts this week.
Modern Conflict HD for iPad has take the top spot this time around. While many of you gamers out there may already know that Modern Conflict is not a new game per say, however, there is a new and improved version for the iPad that is now presented to you in HD for an even more exhilarating gaming experience. I encourage you to check out the video below to get an idea of how this strategic game works, or if you are already a fan of the game then make sure you download the new HD version as it is offers an even more exciting gaming experience. I must also mention that the new HD version of the game is a steal for just 1.99 for a short time
In the past weeks we have seen a lot of “productivity”, “news” and “travel” apps but, as before mentioned, it seems this week the gamers have taken over with the most downloads in both paid and free categories. So here are the lists as compiled by you, the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users.
The top 10 “paid” apps for the week….
- Modern Conflict (games) 1.99
- Pages (productivity) 9.99
- Popular Mechanics Interactive Edition for iPad (news) 1.99
- Angry Birds (games) 4.99
- Osmos for iPad (games) 4.99
- Spider: Bryce Manor HD (games) 4.99
- PhotoPal (photography) 2.99
- GoodReader for iPad (productivity) .99
- Numbers (productivity) 9.99
Keynote (productivity) 9.99
The top 10 FREE apps for the week….
- Wikihood for iPad (travel)
- Talking Tom Cat for iPad (entertainment)
- Stick Golf HD (games)
- iBooks (books)
- Real Solitaire Free for iPad (games)
- WeatherStation Free (weather)
- Trundle HD (games)
- WorkdSearch Unlimited HD Free (games)
- Netflix (entertainment)
- TravelViewer HD (productivity)
So, as I mentioned before these lists are compiled by Apple based on the total number of apps that were downloaded in each category. Sure it give you a compass on things you may like to try, but what about other apps that maybe your friends and co-workers are talking about? Maybe you would like to try before you buy? http://www.youtube.com is a great place to do that. There is a plethora of videos out there that will give you a blow by blow on apps you are considering. To check out a complete list of apps for the iPad, iPhone and iTouch you can go to http://www.apple.com and check some out for yourself. And of course you already know that you can just go directly to the app store on your devise.
So until next time, as always I welcome any and all comments and suggestions. Feel free to leave them on this page or simply contact me at mailto:email@example.com and I will be happy to respond personally. Make sure you click the subscribe tab at the top to get your top ten every week (promise no spamming!) and any other breaking news on the Apple gadget front.