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Apple's top paid iPhone apps of all time: Doodle Jump, Tap Tap Revenge

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Saturday 22 January 2011 01:00
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Games, games, and more cheap games say people downloading paid apps in Apple's App Store.

Just two of the top ten most downloaded paid iPhone apps of all time in Apple's App Store are in categories other than games - and all of them are currently priced below $2.

Doodle Jump, an app where players guide a rocket ship on a journey across a graph paper galaxy, grabs the first place on the list.

Music game Tap Tap Revenge has three entries on the charts with Tap Tap Revenge 3 in second position, Tap Tap Revenge 2.6 in fifth position and Tat Tap Revenge Classic in eighth position.

Current gaming favorite Angry Birds is fourth on the charts and is beaten by third place app Pocket God (an app that lets the user decide if he or she will be a benevolent or vengeful god whilst ruling over primitive islanders).

Apple's All-Time Top Paid iPhone Apps in the US App Store:

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