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Top 10 free and paid apps for the iPhone and iPad in Canada for the week ending Feb. 9.

Top Free iPhone Apps

1 CBC Olympics (CBC)

2 Ironpants (Eduardas Klenauskis)

3 Sochi 2014 Results (ANO Organizing Committee Sochi 2014)

4 Unroll Me (Turbo Chilli Pty Ltd.)

5 Super Ball Juggling (Dong Nguyen)

6 Fly Birdie - Flappy Bird Flyer (TapTomic)

7 Flappy Plane (sungsoo jung)

8 Medal Alert (International Olympic Committee)

9 Shuriken Block (Dong Nguyen)

10 The Olympics - Official App for the Olympic Games (International Olympic Committee)

Top Paid iPhoneApps

1 Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)

2 Cycloramic Studio 360 Panorama (Egos Ventures)

3 7 Minute Workout Challenge (Fitness Guide Inc.)

4 Threes! (Sirvo LLC)

5 Hide 'N' Seek (wang wei)

6 Heads Up! (Warner Bros.)

7 Lockster (novitap GmbH)

8 Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock (Northcube AB)

9 Afterlight (Simon Filip)

10 Plague Inc. (Ndemic Creations)

Top Free iPadApps

1 CBC Olympics (CBC)

2 The Olympics - Official App for the Olympic Games (International Olympic Committee)

3 Ironpants (Eduardas Klenauskis)

4 Sochi 2014 Guide (ANO Organizing Committee Sochi 2014)

5 Unroll Me (Turbo Chilli Pty Ltd.)

6 Super Ball Juggling (Dong Nguyen)

7 Toca Cars (Toca Boca AB)

8 Farm Heroes Saga (King.com Ltd.)

9 Fly Birdie - Flappy Bird Flyer (TapTomic)

10 Google Maps (Google Inc.)

Top Paid iPad Apps

1 Minecraft - Pocket Edition (Mojang)

2 Hide 'N' Seek (wang wei)

3 The Room Two (Fireproof Games)

4 Heads Up! (Warner Bros.)

5 Marvel Run Jump Smash! (Marvel Entertainment)

6 Cut the Rope 2 (ZeptoLab UK Ltd.)

7 Pixel Gun 3D (Alex Krasnov)

8 Final Fantasy VI (Square Enix Inc.)

9 Patrick Kane's Winter Games (Distinctive Games)

10 Survivalcraft (Igor Kalicinski)

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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