Best iPhone apps this week

So Tim Cook says there 650,000 apps on the App Store? Celebrate WWDC with these fine representatives of iOS devs' sterling work

Pixorial £Free

Everybody wants to be the next Instagram for video – and Pixorial might have a shot. It lets you apply real-time filters, some for free, to your video clips and share the results with friends and family – your 'crowd' – not just broadcast everything to Facebook and Twitter.

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GOALS Euro Edition 2012 £Free

If you've already exhausted our best Euro 2012 footie apps, here's another one for the list. GOALS dishes up fun, fast paced arcade football gameplay with slow-mo replays after each goal and five difficulty levels. So if England's chances go rapidly downhill, you can still unlock the 16 team cup in this on-form game.

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Goodwood FOS £Free

The festival of all things speedy kicks off at Goodwood on 28th June this year and this official app from AutoTrader should get you in the mood for F1 cars, insane motorbikes and er, steam-powered carriages – with an augmented reality racing game featuring the killer Goodwood Hill Climb.

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Catapult King 69p

We can't put our finger on when we first fell in love with small screen catapulting action. But millions of us did and Catapult King wants to bring 3D graphics, dragons and princesses into the mix with 64 levels of casual fun. Ah, that was it – something to do with birds..

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What Car? Car valuations £Free

Who better than our pals over at What Car? to help you put a price on that old banger of yours. Valuations are compiled from dealers, sales, auctions and classified ads plus you can also find the Target Price you should be bargaining for on your next motor.

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