Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time

Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time

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This week games and art applications dominated the paid app charts. OMGPOP led the paid iPhone charts with the add-free version of its social drawing game, Draw Something, but the 10-in-one arcade collection Midway Arcade also made a strong debut this week, taking the No. 3 spot on the iPhone...
Emerging top paid iOS apps: Photoshop Touch, Draw Something and Munch Time
                                       

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