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'Blek' top paid iPhone app in Canada

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Top 10 free and paid apps for the iPhone and iPad in Canada for the week ending May 4.

Top Paid iPhone Apps

1 Blek (Denis Mikan)

2 Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)

3 Heads Up! (Warner Bros.)

4 Afterlight (Simon Filip)

5 The Survival Games (wang wei)

6 Color Status Bar (Appic Fun)

7 Plague Inc. (Ndemic Creations)

8 7 Minute Workout Challenge (Fitness Guide Inc.)

9 Sleep Cycle alarm clock (Northcube AB)

10 30 Day Green Smoothie Challenge (Fat-Burning Man)

Top Free iPhone Apps

1 Piano Tiles (HU WEN ZENG)

2 Toilet Time (Tapps Tecnologia da Informao Ltda.)

3 2048 (Ketchapp)

4 New Words With Friends (Zynga Inc.)

5 Dont Tap The White Tile 2 (Lucky Studio)

6 FaceFusion (Domingo Flamingo)

7 Snapchat (Snapchat Inc.)

8 iTube - Playlist Management (Shiri Markish)

9 Impossible Flappy - Flappy's Back (EmBraze)

10 Fisheye Pro (Lotogram)

Top Paid iPad Apps

1 Blek (Denis Mikan)

2 Minecraft Pocket Edition (Mojang)

3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (Gameloft)

4 The Survival Games (wang wei)

5 Heads Up! (Warner Bros.)

6 Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (Aspyr Media Inc.)

7 iMovie (Apple)

8 Terraria (505 Games (US) Inc.)

9 Leo's Fortune (1337 & Senri LLC)

10 30 Day Green Smoothie Challenge (Fat-Burning Man)

Top Free iPadApps

1 Piano Tiles (HU WEN ZENG)

2 New Words With Friends (Zynga Inc.)

3 2048 (Ketchapp)

4 Garfield Living Large! (Budge Studios)

5 Notability (Ginger Labs)

6 Impossible Flappy - Flappy's Back (EmBraze)

7 Toilet Time (Tapps Tecnologia da Informao Ltda.)

8 Microsoft Word (Microsoft Corp.)

9 Skype (Skype Communications S.a.r.l)

10 Google Maps (Google Inc.)

These apps are available from the App Store on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch or at www.itunes.ca/appstore.

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