This Week's Best Apps

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In this week's app roundup: Cut the Rope, finally on Android; videos, edited with different sources; coding, done on the iPad; grills, made; calls, filtered; cars, unlocked; Wacom, iPadified; and much, much more.

The week's best iPhone apps

Flixlab: It's an app that lets you edit movies using clips on your phone AND clips from your friend's iPhone too. If you're in the same place as one of your Facebook friends, you'll be able to automatically see and use all the clips and pictures they've taken with Flixlab. Editing is easy and more footage means more angles means better story, you know?


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The week's best Android apps

Cut the Rope: An iOS game mainstay, it's finally available on Android. And it's Free at GetJar! The premise of the game, if you've been living under a rock, is to feed Om Nom his candy by cutting ropes in strategic fashion and also gathering as many stars as you can. Trust me, it's not as boring as it sounds. You'll be addicted in no time. Free.


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The week's best iPad apps

Invisibility App: The app uses the iPad's rear camera and gyroscope to display the background image on your screen, even when you move the tablet around. It's so seamless that it makes the iPad look almost invisible. $1


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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.