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Top free iPhone apps for iPad, iPod Touch for today include 'Paper'

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Top free iPhone apps for iPad, and iPod Touch for today include the free iPhone app, “Paper”, which gives “Facebook” users a polished new way view their news feeds and browse other free content—as the social media giant celebrates its tenth birthday on Tuesday, according to a report in “The New York Times” (Feb. 3).

With “Paper” you can browse your “Facebook” News Feed in a new format plus see articles from leading publications and blogs about your favorite interests. What's more, photos and videos jump to life as they fill the screen in all their brilliant colors. This free iPhone app is compatible with iPad and iPod Touch.

Another top app in popularity today is “My Talking Pet”. With this free iPhone app you can bring photos of your pet to life. Just snap a pic of your pet and talk into the microphone to see your pet talk back. You can even alter the voice. When done, you can share it as a video in “Facebook” (you'll be amazed how vibrant the colors appear in the “Paper” app.)

Climbing to the top in game downloads is the free “Desert Zombie Last Stand” (Reg. $1.99), a super-cool, action-packed, third person shooter, with spectacular 3D graphics. In this app, you battle hordes of armed and sneaky undead in high-octane combat.

Free is good—and if you're always on the lookout for free legal music to download like this reporter, you'll love the free app “OMusic”. This app brings together the top free legal music download sites in a simple interface that's easy to use and is both a downloader and player. “OMusic” supports almost all audio file formats and permits multiple downloading at once.

Trending popular today is “Paint Sparkles: Princess Party!”, a free coloring and painting app with more than 100 coloring pages and 20+ vibrant crayon colors. Colors can also be applied by shaking the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch so paint-filled rockets blast off and splash a coloring page with sparkling colors.

Google has updated “Google Maps” for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to automatically monitor live traffic data and road conditions. So now when navigating, “Google Maps” will notify you when a faster route becomes available and dynamically re-route directions so you arrive at your destination faster.

“Paper” requires iOS 7.0+ is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“My Talking Pet” requires 6.0+, is optimized with iPhone 5 and compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

“Desert Zombie Last Stand” is rated 12+ for horror, mature themes and violence. This app requires iOS 4.0+, is compatible with iPhone 3GS+, iPod Touch (3G+) and iPad+.

“OMusic” is rated 17+ for sexual content and nudity, requires iOS 4.3+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Paint Sparkles: Princess Party!” requires iOS 5.0+, is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch and is optimized for iPhone 5.

“Google Maps” requires iOS 6.0+. This iPhone app, which is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, is optimized for iPhone 5.

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