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Google Play apps of the week (28/6): iPlanner, twheel, Where’s My Mickey?, Threema and PowerLine Unlock

We've got some great apps for you to check out this week. With everything from a unique social discovery app to Disney's iconic character making a comeback.

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iPlanner

£1.70/$2.99

Organisation apps are plentiful on the Google Play store, but iPlanner might just be the best yet. Keep all your appointments and schedules together and sync it with calendar apps to keep everything in one place.

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twheel

£0.69/$0.99

twheel provides you with a one-stop place where you can stay in control of your Twitter feed, as well as see the most trending topics at any one point. It’s beautifully designed and works flawlessly.

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Where’s My Mickey?

£0.64/$0.99

Disney has gone back to its roots with Where’s My Mickey? by placing the iconic mouse in a water collecting game that’s based around physics gameplay. There’s plenty to get through and enough to warrant a second play through too.

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Threema

£1.37/$1.99

Threema is a simple enough messaging app, that hides all the messages sent and received, while also adding various security layers to them to make sure intruders can’t access them.

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PowerLine Unlock

£0.99/$1.49

If widgets aren’t your thing, then PowerLine is worth checking out. The app adds various lines on the outskirts of your screen that provide reminders of incoming messages, battery levels and screen brightness.

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