Best iPhone apps this week

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Great British Chefs – Feastive £1.99

If December is the only month of the year you don a frilly apron, you'll need some quality recipes from the finest chefs to pass off as your own seasonal take on the classics. Anyone for some roasted venison?

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This Day in Pink Floyd £1.99

Pink Floyd has released its first app with trivia champions This Day in Music and fans will not be disappointed – in fact, you might have to take the week off. Launched alongside a new 'Best of' and box set, there's video, track info, links, photos and a free 'Shine on You Crazy Diamond' ringtone. Prog-tastic.

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Gangstar Rio: City of Saints £4.99

Get a slice of GTA/Saints Row-style action on the small screen with the usual rifles, bazookas and corrupt politicians to kill. Oh, and did we mention it's set in Rio de Janeiro? The local weapon is of course, the explosive football.

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AmenBreak Generator 69p

If you don't know what the Amen Break is, get thee to YouTube quick for a lesson on one famous drum loop. Otherwise, here's a cheap and to the point music app that lets you play around with hip-hop and jungle effects without actually having to invest too much time in it.

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DynaStunts £1.49

You've got 25 tracks to crash and burn on, trying to show off your motorbike stunts in this new iPhone game. Play at being Hot Rod – without constantly embarrassing yourself in front of your whole town.

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