Top iPhone apps: Icomania, Mini Golf MatchUp

Around the world iPhone users have been playing the challenging word and picture app Icomania and taking to the  virtual mini golf putting green, in Mini Golf Match Up. Details of these and other most downloaded free iPhone apps by country for the week recorded on March 13 can be found below.

01.   USA
Icomania
(games)
This updated version of the fun word-based puzzle game challenges users to guess the word that relates to the icons displayed on the screen. The app is available in English, French and German.  
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/icomania/id608197113?mt=8

02.   UK
Candy Crush
(games)
This sweets-themed games challenges users to match up various types of delicious confectionary into matching rows of three in the fastest time possible. The app features 30 levels and a leaderboard so that users can compare their scores with that of their friends.
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/candy-crush-saga/id553834731?mt=8

03.   France
Fling!
(games)
The app Fling contains thousands of puzzles of varying natures and difficulties for the user to solve. Each puzzle only has one solution and can only be solved by throwing, or "flinging," furballs around to make them collide and bounce off screen, until only one remains.
https://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/fling!/id325815008?mt=8

04.   Canada
Mini Golf MatchUp
(games)
Play mini golf against friends or family no matter where they might be in the world with this fun application. The app contains over five courses, 70 holes and even includes an in-game chat system for boasting about your mini golf skills in style.
https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/mini-golf-matchup/id577650466?l=fr&mt=8

05.   Japan
ドラゴンリーグX (games)
Translated into English as 'League Dragon X,' this fantasy-themed application challenges users to do battle with magical powers in a mystical world.
https://itunes.apple.com/jp/app/doragonrigux/id566304471?mt=8

06.   Australia
Mini Golf MatchUp
(games)
See "Mini Golf MatchUp"
https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/mini-golf-matchup/id577650466?mt=8

07.   Germany
Icomania
(games)
See "Icomania"
https://itunes.apple.com/de/app/icomania/id608197113?mt=8

08.   China
我叫MT Online (games)
Players of this fun application, which translates as 'My Name Is MT,' take part in a World of Warcraft-style multiplayer game where they must battle enemies, save friends and struggle to survive. 
https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/wo-jiaomt-online/id560104652?mt=8

09.   Italy
SketchMee
(photo and video)
This entertaining and free-for-a-limited-time-only application re-imagines your photos as drawings, giving them an artistic edge. Users have a degree of control over the image and are able to finetune the end result with a variety of effects.
https://itunes.apple.com/it/app/sketchmee/id319652474?mt=8

10.   Korea
밀리언아서 (games) 
Loosely translated into English as 'Million Arthur', this app is an online-multiplayer fantasy adventure game.
https://itunes.apple.com/kr/app/millieon-aseo/id581459360?mt=8

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