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Did you get that app yet? Top downloads this week

Did you get that app yet? Top downloads this week

Photo: Associated Press

The Apple App Store Official Charts for the most downloaded free applications this week:

Top Free iPhone Apps:

1. ESPN Fantasy Football, ESPN
2. Candy Crush Saga, King.com Limited
3. New Scramble With Friends Free, Zynga Inc.
4. NFL Mobile, NFL Enterprises LLC
5. The Impossible Line, Chillingo Ltd
6. Giant Boulder of Death, (adult swim)
7. Cut the Rope, Chillingo Ltd
8. Plants vs. Zombies 2, PopCap
9. Snapchat, Snapchat, Inc.
10. Vine, Vine Labs, Inc.

Top Free iPad Apps:

1. Madden NFL 25 by EA SPORTS, Electronic Arts
2. Cut the Rope HD, Chillingo Ltd
3. Candy Crush Saga, King.com Limited
4. Pet Rescue Saga, King.com Limited
5. Plants vs. Zombies 2, PopCap
6. Doctor X: Vampire Edition, Kids Fun Club by TabTale
7. ESPN Fantasy Football, ESPN
8. My Penguin, Disney
9. Calculator for iPad Free, International Travel Weather Calculator
10. YouTube, Google, Inc.

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