5 Can't-Miss Apps: 'Maleficent Free Fall' and More


  • Maleficent Free Fall

    Maleficinet Free Fall is Disney’s latest mobile game based around an upcoming film of the same name. Players match sequences of jewels, and try to get combos to rack up enough points to make it to the next level. The game is similar to both Candy Crush and Bejeweled, but without the annoying time restrictions or constant push for in-app purchases (although in-app purchases are an option in the game.) The app is available on iOS,Android and Windows Phone.
  • Mapmyrun-android

    Run with Map My Run

    The Android version of Map My Run got a big makeover this week. The app has been completely redesigned, and given a set of new features, including graphs that break down your post-workout stats and Facebook and Twitter integration for users of the free app. Those who subscribe to the premium version ($2.50 per month) now get access to customized mobile coaching and even more detailed charts breaking down all of their activities . The app is available on Android and iOS.
  • Mobli


    Mobli rolled out a major update to its app this week, adding live-broadcasting features to its photo- and video-sharing app. Mobli still has the same Instagram-like filters, photo-editing tools and social features, but completely redesigned the app’s look and feel with its most recent update. Mobli is available on iOS.
  • Nuzzel-app


    Friendster founder Jonathan Abrams launched Nuzzel, a social-news service that recommends articles based on what your social-media connections are reading and sharing, earlier this year. Now, Abrams has brought the experience to mobile with an iPhone app. The app provides the same experience as Nuzzel for web, but adds personalized news alerts, so you’ll never miss the most-popular stories. It also syncs with Instapaper and Pocket, so you can save articles to read later. Nuzzel is available on iOS.
  • Tapsule


    Tapsule lets you create collaborative "time capsules” out of photos and videos. You can add photos, 10-second videos or messages, and invite friends to collaborate with their own text, images and videos. The result is a mini collage of photos, videos and messages based around a single event or group of friends that can be shared on social media. Tapsule is available on iOS.
  • Between Foursquare releasing its new check-in app and the latest on the proposed net-neutrality laws, you may have overlooked some of this week's best new apps.
    Luckily, Mashable creates a roundup each weekend of our favorite new and updated apps, so you won't miss out.

    This week's list includes Nuzzel's first app for curated news recommendations, Run with MapMyRun's Android redesign and Tapsule's app for collaborative photo time capsules.
    Check out the gallery, above, to see all the apps that made our list of top picks. And if you're looking for more, check out last week's edition of can't-miss apps.

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