Best iPhone apps this week

App-vengers assemble! Marvel's augmented reality treats and more in this week's top iPhone apps

Marvel AR £Free

Packing Aurasma's awesome augmented reality tech, this Marvel app lets you access content by pointing your iPhone at your back catalogue of comics. You can get 3D models of Marvel heroes, extra artwork and creator commentary videos for titles like Avengers vs X-Men #1.

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Fitocracy 69p

The idea that working out and hours of gaming might have anything in common shocked us at first but Fitocracy's gamified fitness app could prove motivation to do a few more crunches. There's quests to complete, achievements to unlock and tons of people to compare yourself to. Your goal? To 'slay the laziness dragon'.

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Fibble £1.49

Fibble is like Crysis but with less shooting and more rolling cartoon aliens around in the middle of oversized household objects. OK the only thing it has in common with Crysis and Far Cry is that it's made by Crytek. The graphics are great and Fibble has a nice Pinball meets Crazy Golf concept.

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Figure 69p

Propellerhead's music creation app is meant for on-the-go composing and the simple UI plus easy to control 'instruments' mean it's a fun intro to app-based looping and tweaking. Be warned though, you can't record your tracks – Figure is all about the fun of making them.

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The Masters Golf Tournament £Free

This free app has been updated since last year's Masters to include a whopping seven live streams of video content and a highlights channel from the tournament, all available over 3G and Wi-Fi. Watch our pick of the best golf movies to get you all tee'ed up and ready to spectate.

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