Not often do we struggle to find ten to fifteen quality iOS apps, but this has been one such strange week. We had to dig really deep to curate ten of the best iPhone and iPad apps released over the past week. Luckily, we did manage to get a decent list of apps in our roundup.

For the week ending August 11th 2013, we have a couple of amazing games, a nice charting app, an awesome video player app, a nice app if you’re a Disney fan, and many more. Let’s get started!

MixBit (Free)

Can’t help but to start the intro to Mixbit as a new product from the original YouTube co-founders – Steve Chen and Andrew Hurley. It’s a new social video app which lets people collaborate with one another to create videos.The app lets you record, edit and publish videos as short as one second or as long as an hour, right from your mobile device. It has all the ingredients to be the next big thing after Instagram.

Viz ($1.99)

Viz is a brand new charting app for iOS which promises to be the quickest way to create simple and beautiful charts. You can choose anything from Bars, Pie, Cloud, Scrapers and Parliament as the type of chart. As been the norm these days, it comes with a neat option to share with your social circles on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


GIF Chat (Free)

Messaging app network Pinger has introduced a new standalone app just for animated GIFs. It combines animated GIFs with texting. Quickly record videos, add captions and swap them privately with your friends. That’s like Snapchat, but with a twist!


Disney Animated ($13.99)

Ignore the whopping price tag, and you will find an app which digs deep into how the world’s most popular animation studio works. Browse a rich timeline of all 53 Disney animated feature films, and more. A real treat for Disney and animation movie fans. Sadly, the app is supported on iPad only.

Infuse ($4.99)

Ignite is a new and beautiful way to watch videos in as many as 14 formats on your iPhone or iPad. You don’t have to worry about the video formats and conversion. Infuse supports MP4, M4V, MOV, MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, OGM, OGV, ASF, 3GP, DVR-MS, WebM, and WTV. A great addition if you are a video junkie.

Google Adsense (Free)

Not sure why it took this long, but Google has finally released the official Adsense app for iOS. This follows the Android launch last week. The app runs relatively low on features as compared to some premium third party apps on the App store, but a decent enough option for a quick glance at your adsense account. You can track your key stats on the go including earnings, top custom and URL channels, payment alerts, ad units and site reports.

Mikey Hooks ($1.99)

Mikey Hooks is a sequel to the popular Mikey Shorts game which was released in 2012. Like its predecessor, the hero of the game, Mikey, runs, jumps and slides as he heads into six different environments to collect coins and earn achievements. Check out the video trailer below.

Fetch (Free)

The second game in our weekly list is a cute new game, Fetch which is about a boy and his dog. Follow the young boy on a sensational journey as he sets off to rescue his dog Bear from a mysterious fire hydrant that snatched the canine in the night. An immensely well done game from Big Fish Games.

Worms 3 ($4.99)

The latest entry to the Worms franchise, Worms 3 is an iOS exclusive. The sequel to the Worms 2: Armageddon game comes with an entertaining single-player mode and some excellent miltiplayer modes. A must download, if you’re a Worms fan.

Amateur Surgeon 3 (Free)

No, it’s not one of those serious science apps you’re looking to gift to your teenage kid. This is rather a comical game that sees you slicing up an array of characters with inappropriate tools like pizza cutter, stapler, car battery etc. In-app purchases will help you reduce the death count. So get playing!

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