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

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This week we have apps that will take you from The End of the world to the far reaches of space.And cycling fans, take note of NBC’s new Tour de France app, which lets you watch the race live over the Internet.

Propellerhead Figure

Want to make music on your iOS device? Propellerhead has come to the rescue with Figure, a new music-making app that makes it a cinch to create drum and bass lines for you big musical project.

Price: $0.99

World Series of Poker

It's poker season again. Challenge your friends to a hand online and take them to the cleaners.

Price: free

NBC Tour de France Live

Cycling fans will want to pick up the official Tour de France app. It lets you watch every stage of the race live on your iOS device while tracking your favourite rider's position on the course.

Price: $14.99

Gabi

Gabi takes the Facebook News Feed and lets you interact with it on your own terms. It's colourful and visual interface breathes new life into Facebook.

Price: free

Astronaut Spacewalk

This game aims to accurately recreate the experience of being an astronaut engaging in a spacewalk. Go out into the black of space with help from the Manned manoeuvring Unit, make repairs on the space station, and safely return inside.

Price: $3.99

WTHR

WTHR is simply a nice way to look at the weather.

The app makes it very easy to know what the current weather conditions are with no confusion. The app is proud that it doesn't display atmospheric pressure readings and radars.

Price: $0.99

Venmo

Venmo is a neat app that is similar to PayPal.

Create an account and when you need to send payments to friends and family, Venmo transfers the money to their account instantly. The best thing about Venmo is that it's free to use.

Price: Free

Marble Cam

Marble Cam adds a new lens to your iPhone. The app lets you take beautiful pictures that look as if you had focused on a glass marble with a macro lens.

Price: Free

The End

The End is a Temple Run style of game. You run endlessly through a city that has been destroyed trying your best to avoid obstacles and fire pits.

The graphics look amazing and if you love Temple Run, you'll love this one too.

Price: Free

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