Best iPhone apps this week

A hero called Barry, jetpacks and yet another social network about what you had for breakfast make this week's list

Zeppelin Air £Free

Playlist-tyrants, your days are numbered. This free app for the Zeppelin Air iPod dock brings AirPlay to the masses by allowing anyone who's downloaded the app to add tracks to a collaborative, stream-worthy playlist.

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Jetpack Joyride 69p

Barry Steakfries is your non-stop runner (clue: he's got a jetpack on) and all you have to do is avoid obstacles including raining bullets and lasers. Bazza's tricks include the Crazy Freaking Teleporter and Lil' Stomper.

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Loopt £Free

This location based social network has been a long time coming from America but it's now available on the UK App Store. Loopt lets you tell your mates where you are, share images and get the most popular answers to your local questions, or Qs. The kids will love it. 

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Foodzy £Free

Who needs buckling belts and concerned looks from friends as motivation to eat healthily when you can get special Foodzy badges for your progress? Track your food consumption in private or – shudder – public with this new app that's free once you've registered for a Foodzy Pro account on the website.

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MeFeedia £Free

Get all your fail blog, prank and cat videos from YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion in one place with this app from video aggregation site MeFeedia. Swipe or shake your way through video content streamed over Wi-Fi or 3G and tap Watch Later to save the videos to playlists. 

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