Best iPhone apps this week

The Joker went ballistic at all the other apps in the App Store and left us with these ones

Batman: Arkham City Lockdown £3.99

Bridging the gap between Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, this iOS game pits the dark knight against the usual villains including Two-Face and Deathstroke in one-on-one battles. Expect Infinity Blade set in Gotham City.

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Zite Personalised Magazine £Free

Flipboard launched on the iPhone last week and Google Currents is trying to steal its crown in the US. But Zite is a news aggregation app that learns what you like, share and keep going back to in order to personalise the content. There's no ads but branded channels instead.

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Enscripted 69p

Here's a treat – unscramble movie quotes by switching letters around in this simple to use but impossible to crack iPhone app. You get a new quote each day to work on and a timer in the lower right hand corner embarrasses you with how long you've taken. Send the link to movie buffs stat.

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BBC iPlayer £Free

The BBC's iPlayer app has finally made its way to the iPhone with 3G and Wi-Fi streaming of live TV and radio. Plus you can connect to your Apple TV via iOS 5's AirPlay tech too.

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FIFA Superstars £Free

Not technically new as EA had to pull it from the App Store, this freemium footie game is back with a vengeance. Buy the best players in the world, trade them and train em' up in this management game that's a big Facebook hit.

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