There’s a slight iPad bias in this week’s Five for Friday. Never fear, iPhone and iPod touch owners, it’s not personal! We’ve still found some great apps for all types of iOS owners and hopefully all interests, also.

Pinstagram.co
Combine two of the biggest social networking phenomenons of the year, Instagram and Pinterest, and what do you get? Pinstagram! Admittedly, it’s not quite as clear cut as that with the app mainly focused on providing an attractive way of viewing Instagram on the iPad. Users can also pin their photos to their Pinterest board from within the app. Together, it’s an attractive way of viewing interesting images.

FREE!
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2012-06-11 :: Category: Photography

realMyst
Myst is a hugely iconic game. Released over 20 years ago, the game has been seen on pretty much every device possible since. This version promises to be an improved release with the ability to explore anywhere without restriction while enjoying the full retina display support for the new iPad. It should prove the most advanced version yet.

$6.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2012-06-14 :: Category: Games

Mutant Storm
Previously a successful title for Xbox Live Arcade and PC, Mutant Storm comes to iOS with a wealth of frantic fun and psychedelic 3D arenas to negotiate. Kill or be killed is the sole name of the game here with some stunning visuals backing up proceedings.

$2.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2012-06-14 :: Category: Games

Color Splash Studio
MacPhun have a great reputation for photography apps and its latest release, Color Splash Studio, continues that trend. The app allows users to convert images to black and white, while keeping specific areas in color. It’s the kind of tool that turns ordinary photos into something special with some extraordinary results. Even better, there’s integration with Instagram for extra ease.

$0.99
$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-06-10 :: Category: Photography

Newsify
There’s that constant quest to find the perfect RSS Reader app and Newsify wants to be the best of the pack. Requiring a Google Reader account, the app transforms lists of links into an attractive newspaper style layout. It’s an attractive yet familiar look that ensures it’s easy to consult. An offline mode and plentiful supply of sharing options rounds off the package.

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