Holding strong in first place is Disney's Where's My Perry?, followed by the WhatsApp Messenger. My Calendar Mobile is in third, while AppZilla 3 dropped to fourth place. The only new addition to this week's top five apps is Minecraft —Pocket Edition. This game lets you build while you're on the go, as well as play with and invite friends the the world you've built.
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In first place, again holding strong, is Electronic Arts' The Simpsons. Second place is Jaws Revenge, a game we couldn't really get into (it's basically just a sharky, bloody version of Tiny Wings). Third is iBooth, another photography app, and in fourth place is the wildly catchy game SongPop. New to the top five this week is Disney Fish Hooks, a puzzle game in which you help Milo, a fish, make and pop bubbles.
Unsurprisingly, when one app is most-downloaded, it makes sense that it lands on our "favorites" list. Such is the case with iBooth. It's a photobooth app, much like the kind you find at good bars and fun weddings, but it also includes things like a photo-timer, which is nice for group photos that everyone wants to be in—but a feature that Apple doesn't offer for its regular camera app.
Prismatic is an app that, using your interests drawn from your Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ account, delivers stories that you will (theoretically) enjoy. You can vote on the ones it sends you ("Don't Like" or "Interesting") to further customize what you're sent, and sharing is easy with this app, too.