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What we play: this week’s top apps

What we play: this week’s top apps

GAMES WE PLAY: This week's top apps. Photo: Associated Press

iTunes’ most downloaded apps:
1. FIFA 14 by EA SPORTS
2. Deer Hunter 2014
3. ScreenMotion Wallpapers iOS 7
4. NinJump Deluxe
5. YouTube
6. Facebook
7. Grand Theft Auto
8. Hanger
9. Candy Crush Saga
10. Instagram


Google Play’s most downloaded apps:

1. Facebook
2. Pandora
3. Deer Hunter 2014
4. Instagram
5. Candy Crush Saga
6. Super-Bright LED Flashlight
7. Angry Birds Star Wars
8. Snapchat
9. Twitter
10. Netflix

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