Kyle VanHemert and Casey Chan

In this week's app roundup: Spotify, finally here; Android apps, shared; GIFs, created; Warhol, recreated; music, Played; Gossip Girl, streamed; Tivo, iPhone controlled; Scrabble, Androidified; Zombies, sliced by ninjas and much, much more.

The week's best iPhone apps


Spotify: Released to much fanfare, Spotify is as close to a great streaming service we can get. The iPhone app lets you listen to all of Spotify's 13 million track library and with an offline mode, can even do it without a connection because you can wirelessly sync your local files to your phone, create and sync playlists and more.

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The week's best Android apps

SuperNinjaSkydivingPlusZombies: You control a skydiving ninja who chops the heck out of flying zombies and eats as much bread as he can. It's a race to the bottom so balance the chopping of zombies with the speed of falling. High scores to does it the fastest. $1

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The week's best iPad apps


Cosmo for Guys: Cosmo for Guys is designed to give sexy advice to men, which I'm sure ranges from fair to patently bananas. Because let's face it: Cosmo is a little ridiculous. But they add the social element in the skeeviest of ways: "Looking for suggestions on what kinds of sexual activities women in your geographical area prefer? Cosmo for Guys culls responses from questionnaires on and feeds them through Google Maps based on where a woman has written her response."


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We are so crazy about apps right now you wouldn't believe it. If you have recommendations, tips, or just want to let us know about your own app, drop a note in the comments or shoot me an email.


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