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- TuneIn Radio (Free): 96.7
- Penguin (Free): 96.0
- Dictionary.com – Dictionary and Thesaurus (Free): 95.7
- gMaps (Free): 95.7
- PhotoFunia (Free): 95.7
- Phone 8 (Paid - $.99): 92.2
- Weather Live (Paid - $1.49): 91.7
- Fuse (Paid - $1.29): 89
- iFun (Paid - $.99): 89
- SuperTube (Paid - $1.29): 88.4
Apps from other platforms were also rated. You can click the via link for the entire thing.
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