Best iPhone apps of the week

This week's cream of the iOS crop

Par-Tee 69p

Pretend you're sending golf balls flying everywhere Fight Club style with this augmented reality golf app. Par-Tee uses GPS, built-in maps and AR tech to project your course onto buildings, parks or any street going.

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Contre Jour 69p

Take Cut the Rope and that whole genre of puzzle games and add a splash of dark, otherworldly graphics and you've got Contre Jour – lead your hero Petit to safety by pulling, swiping and tapping tendrils, pulleys and geysers.

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Official Rugby World Cup 2011 £Free

Just nine more days to go until the Rugby World Cup kicks off so you should probably get your hands on this official app. There's daily videos, live commentary and stats plus a Fan Zone for events happening in New Zealand, stadium locations and seating plans.

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SPY mouse 69p

Through 70+ levels and six different worlds, your tactic is stealth and your aim is cheese. Because you are Agent Squeak, the SPY mouse whose big bosses are hench-cats. This is what the App Store was made for.

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Cue-frame £1.49

This productivity app lets you prioritise your tasks by resizing coloured bubbles to fit your screen. Plus the flick to remove function is almost as satisfying as a big fat marker pen line. Let's face it, anything in a cartoony yellow rectangle can't be that scary can it?

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