Facebook, Vine, 6snap, Kik Messenger, and Pandora. These are the top-five free apps currently in the Windows Phone Store. In the top-paid category, we see GPS Voice Navigation, Readit, EmiPSX, Morfo, and Nextgen Reader.
Microsoft’s official Facebook app is the top free app, which should come as no surprise. Microsoft has been rolling out updates for this app like crazy – this includes updates to the Beta version of the app. Vine, on the other hand, was recently released and it’s spot in second place should come as no surprise seeing as how the app has been highly anticipated. 6snap, which was actually released earlier this week, is a Snapshot app released by the makers of 6tag and 6sec.
GPS Voice Navigation, which is currently the top paid app right now, provides turn-by-turn voice driving navigation with a choice of three map and routing providers (Google, Bing, or MapQuest). Readit, an app that was recently updated to version 1.2 with numerous new features (literally), is in second place in the top-paid category.
EmiPSX, which is ranked as the third top-paid app in the Windows Phone Store, is a PlayStation emulator that is still in early stages of development and runs for $2.49. Morfo, which is also on the list, allows you to quickly turn a photo of your friend’s face into a talking, dancing, crazy 3D character and then speak in a silly voice, disco dance, wear makeup, sport a pair of huge green cat eyes, suddenly gain 300lbs, and more.
Finally, in the top-paid category, we have Nextgen Reader – a clean and beautiful RSS reader. This app is popular on the Windows 8 platform, along with the Windows Phone platform.
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