Trulia, KLOCKI, and other awesome apps of the week


If you're appy and you know it, check our list!
'Appy weekend all!
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If you’re looking to unwind this fine Sunday by sampling the latest App Store delectables for your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or Apple TV, look no further: Cult of Mac has your back!

Whether you’re on the hunt for a great mashup between two classic card games, a real estate app optimized for your Apple TV, or more, we’ve got what you’re searching for.

Check out our picks below. You won’t be disappointed.

Pokémon Go could add massive $3 billion to Apple revenue


Pokémon Go could mean big things for Apple's bank balance.
Photo: Yokohama's Pokémon Festival

Apple could stand to gain $3 billion in incremental, high-margin revenue as a result of the success of Pokémon Go, claims Needham analyst Laura Martin.

In a new note issued to investors, Martin observes that the enormously successful Candy Crush raked in $10 billion at its height of success in both 2013 and 2014. Of that, Apple retained 30 percent as part of its profit sharing deal with app-makers.

Pokémon Go, on the other hand, already has 10 times the number of users Candy Crush enjoyed, and it’s growing all the time.

Forget Pokémon Go, here are some other awesome apps of the week


If you're appy and you know it, check our list!
Having an 'appy weekend?
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It may be hard to believe, but it turns out that there are other non-Pokémon Go apps out there — and we’ve picked out a few of the juiciest picks of the last week.

From a brand-new Batman game to a movie buff’s answer to karaoke, here are the apps you should be downloading during whichever part of your Sunday isn’t set aside for tracking down Pikachu and the rest.

China is worried Pokémon Go will uncover secret military bases


Pokemon GO
All your base are belong to Pikachu.
Photo: Niantic Labs

With Pokémon Go mania running wild, did you really think the worst that might happen was some would-be Ash Ketchum stumbling across a dead body?

If so, your concerns are mild compared to those of people in China. Although the game isn’t actually available there, rumors on Chinese social media claim that the game could be an attempt by Google and Nintendo to uncover details of secret military bases in the country.