Imangi's platformer Temple Run tops the free iPhone chart whilst Disney's popular Where's My Water? moves up to 2nd on iPad

App Store Charts: Week 2

Below you’ll find this week’s sales and download charts for iPhone and iPad.

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Week 02

TOP IPHONE APPS (Paid):

1.) Keep Calm and Carry On – Daniel Mauer

2.) Pimp Your Screen: Your Device Never Looked Cooler – Apalon

3.) WhatsApp Messenger – WhatsApp Inc.

4.) Angry Birds – ClickGamer.com

5.) Fruit Ninja – Halfbrick Studios

6.) Where’s My Water? – Disney

7.) Catchphrase – Deluxe Digital Studios London

8.) Dot Lock Secure – Protect Your Media and Files – BAI

9.) Doodle Jump: BE WARNED: Insanely Addictive – Lima Sky

10.) Camera+ – tap tap tap

TOP IPHONE APPS (Free):

1.) Temple Run – Imangi Studios, LLC

2.) Snappers – Mikhail Eliseev

3.) Simple Brick Breaker – FujiCubeSoft

4.) BBC iPlayer – Media Applications Technologies Ltd

5.) PlayItYourself 4 – AlphaWeb Plus LLP

6.) Zombie Farm – The Playforge, LLC

7.) Doodle Sprint – Wivvu.

8.) FairyFail – AlphaWeb Plus LLP

9.) Unblock My Car – Easymobi

10.) Call of Duty ELITE – Activision Publishing Ltd

TOP IPAD APPS (Paid):

1.) Catchphrase for iPad – Deluxe Digital Studios London

2.) Where’s My Water – Disney

3.) Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 – EA Swiss Sarl

4.) Keep Calm and Carry On – Daniel Mauer

5.) Countdown HD – Official TV Show App – Deluxe Digital Studios London

6.) Pages – Apple

7.) Angry Birds HD – Chilingo Ltd

8.) Grand Theft Auto 3 – Rockstar Games

9.) The Night Sky – iCandi Apps

10.) Fruit Ninja HD – Halfbrick Studios

TOP IPAD APPS (Free):

1.) Sky Sports News – BSkyB

2.) Temple Run – Imangi Studios, LLC

3.) Netflix – Netflix, Inc

4.) Calculator – International Travel Weather Calculator

5.) BBC iPlayer – Media Applications Technologies Ltd

6.) PlayItYourself 4 HD – AlphaWeb Plus LLP

7.) 4oD Catch Up – Channel 4

8.) Snappers HD – Mikhail Eliseev

9.) Demand 5 – Channel Five

10.) ITV Player – ITV

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