The Top IPhone And IPad Apps On App Store

By The Associated Press

App Store Official Charts for the week ending Nov. 18, 2013:

Top Paid iPhone Apps:

1. "Backflip Madness", Gamesoul Studio

2. "Minecraft - Pocket Edition", Mojang

3. "Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards HD", A&E Television Networks Mobile

4. "Afterlight", Simon Filip

5. "Heads Up!", Warner Bros.

6. "Angry Birds Star Wars II", Rovio Entertainment Ltd

7. "Tweetbot 3 for Twitter (iPhone & iPod touch)", Tapbots

8. "Plague Inc.", Ndemic Creations

9. "Emojify a¿¿ Emoji Words for SMS, Facebook and Twitter", Avocado Hills, Inc.

10. "Pixel Gun 3D - Block World Pocket Survival Shooter with Skins Maker for minecraft (PC edition) & Multiplayer", Alex Krasnov

Top Free iPhone Apps:

1. "QuizUp: The biggest trivia game in the world!", Plain Vanilla Corp

2. "Bitstrips", Bitstrips

3. "Snapchat", Snapchat, Inc.

4. "Deer Hunter 2014", Glu Games Inc.

5. "YouTube", Google, Inc.

6. "Facebook", Facebook, Inc.

7. "Candy Crush Saga", King.com Limited

8. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience", Gameloft

9. "My Talking Tom", Out Fit 7 Ltd.

10. "MoviePop - Movie Trivia from the maker of SongPop", FreshPlanet Inc.

Top Paid iPad Apps:

1. "Minecraft - Pocket Edition", Mojang

2. "Oceanhorn ", FDG Entertainment

3. "Angry Birds Star Wars II", Rovio Entertainment Ltd

4. "Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards HD", A&E Television Networks Mobile

5. "Cops N Robbers (Jail Break) - Mine Mini Game", JoyDo Entertainment

6. "Pixel Gun 3D - Block World Pocket Survival Shooter with Skins Maker for minecraft (PC edition) & Multiplayer", Alex Krasnov

7. "LEGO The Lord of the Rings", Warner Bros.

8. "Blocky Roads", Dogbyte Games Kft.

9. "Peekaboo Sesame Street", Night & Day Studios, Inc.

10. "iMovie", Apple

Top Free iPad Apps:

1. "My Talking Tom", Out Fit 7 Ltd.

2. "Kids Face Paint", Ninjafish Studios

3. "GT Racing 2: The Real Car Experience", Gameloft

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