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A burst of 13 apps for your consideration

Papercut – Enhanced Reading Experience

UK firm ustwo has unleashed its latest creative app on the world, with a focus on e-reading. Papercut takes short stories and adds animation, interaction and audio, triggered as you swipe your way through the scrolling text. Three stories are included via a deal with Shortfire Press.
iPad

Puffle Launch

Disney has launched its first iPhone and iPad game from the Club Penguin virtual world. Puffle Launch is apparently played by more than 150,000 children every day online, so Disney will be hoping the game will be popular with young iOS users.
iPhone / iPad

Digster

Digster is an iPhone app made by Universal Music Group, which serves up playlists of tracks to be played in Spotify or downloaded from iTunes. Playlists come from Digster’s in-house editors or guest artists, and they’re not only from UMG-signed acts.
iPhone

Layar for BlackBerry

Augmented reality browser Layar has launched a BlackBerry version to join its existing iOS, Android and Symbian editions. The idea is the same: point your phone at the world to see digital “layers” of data and content.
BlackBerry

FlirtMaps Secret Edition

Social location dating service FlirtMaps has launched a new version of its iPhone app which – and this can only be bad news for cuckolded partners – disguises itself as a calculator app until a secret PIN is typed in.
iPhone

Softonic Moba

Software website Softonic is getting into the app recommendations game with its new Moba app. Out now for iPhone with an Android version on the way, it has a curated selection of interesting apps, with video demos showing them off.
iPhone

Mercedes-Benz Advanced Technologies

Mercedes-Benz’ US division has produced a glossy iPad app showing off some of its technological innovations, from air bags to its COMAND system.
iPad

BeoPlayer by Bang & Olufsen

Got £10.99 to spare and an audiophile fetish to feed? Hi-fi firm Bang & Olufsen’s new app “transforms the look and experience of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to match your Bang & Olufsen system”, providing streaming radio, access to music and playlists stored on the iPhone, and a docking feature when plugged into an actual system.
iPhone

KCRW Music Mine

Los Angeles radio station KCRW has a new music app for iPad today, which aims to help people dig into new artists played on the station. That means up to 100 featured artists at a time with biographies, videos, blog posts and other content.
iPad

Faveous

Social bookmarking site Faveous has a new iPhone app which gathers saved links from Twitter, Google Reader, YouTube, Facebook and other services, tying into the existing website.
iPhone

The Daily W

Conde Nast’s latest magazine app for iPad is The Daily W, offering celebrity video interviews, fashion features and giveaways, beauty and travel advice and e-commerce within the app itself. Judging by the App Store screenshots, Calvin Klein is on board as a sponsor.
iPad

Paul Frank Go Julius Go!

Fashion brand Paul Frank has put its name to a new iPhone game starring Julius, its logo-monkey. It sees him collecting snacks in San Francisco, Paris and Shanghai.
iPhone

Teespy

Teespy is a new cross-platform app – Facebook and HTML5 for smartphones – that claims to be the “gamification of golf scoring”. Isn’t golf scoring already a game? Anyway… It awards badges for golfing achievements in the real world, while letting players brag to their social networks.
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