Here Are The Best iPhone And iPad Apps You Missed This Week

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This week we have an educational atlas app for kids, an excellent updated Amtrak app, a better way to take notes, and many more.

Keep reading more apps are this way.

World Atlas

Here's a cool interactive atlas that will have kids exploring and learning about the world. Get your younger child using this app to cultivate a sense of curiosity and interest in different places around the globe.

Price: $4.99

Tachyon

This innovative music-making app lets you play piano and guitar at the same time, or blend any two sounds you like into a new and interesting tone.

Price: $1.99

Agent Dash

You're a secret agent running through a hazardous environment. Jump, dodge, and use jet packs to reach a new high score.

Price: free

Amtrak

The Amtrak app has been updated to allow passengers to display their tickets on their iPhone and let conductors scan them.

Price: free

Incredibooth

Incredibooth is a phone booth in your pocket. Apply cool Instagram-like filters to your finished pictures and share the results with your friends.

Price: $0.99

Finger Olympics

Have you been swept with Olympic fever? If you can't get enough of the games bring them to your iPhone with Finger Olympics. Compete in all of the Track & Field events.

The best part is the finger characters!

Price: Free

Showyou

Showyou's goal is to give you the best videos that you will love, selected by your friends or other people you care about. The social video platform is completely personalised and tailored to your interests.

Price: Free

Digg

Digg relaunched their website and iPhone app this week and we love it. The app is simple, easy to navigate, and aims to get you the most important information on the internet.

Check out our walkthrough of the app >

Price: Free

Amazon Instant Video

Amazon Instant Video became available for the iPad this week. The service provides unlimited instant streaming of thousands of movies and TV shows, included with your Amazon Prime membership at no additional cost.

Price: Free (with Amazon Prime Membership)

Projectbook

Projectbook is the ultimate note taking app. Brought to you by a former Apple exec, Projectbook lets you take notes of different font sizes, colours, create outlines, hand write, sketch, and more.

The app helps you stay on top of your projects and due dates with a flexible to-do manager. It can search Word docs, PDFs, web clips, notes, and more. And, it automatically connects related information throughout your notebook, so you can find anything fast -- even if it's not organised.

Price: $1.99

Bonus: Infinity Blade II is on sale

Infinity Blade II is one of our favourite iOS games. The game challenges you to swipe and stab to take down creatures and enemies.

The graphics behind this game are also amazing.

Grab it while its on sale.

Price: $2.99 (normally $6.99)

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