The Heist, Finger Olympics, Where’s My Perry? and more on this week’s top free iOS apps

There wasn’t much significant movement on the top free iOS apps chart this week. Olympic-themed apps started to decline as excitement around London Olympics 2012 settles and will probably continue drop dramatically with each day after the closing ceremonies. Last week’s No. 1 free iPhone app Finger Olympic dropped down to the No. 5 spot, and last week’s No. 1 and No. 2 free iPad apps, Olympics Live Extra and NBC Olympics moved down to the No. 3 and No. 4 spots.

Puzzle game The Heist took the No. 1 spot on the iPhone chart while Disney’s popular Where’s My Perry? reclaimed its No. 1 spot on the iPad chart.

Other notable gainers this week are Chasing Yello, an iPhone game that climbed 11 spots to take the No. to spot, and the Discovery Channel HD iPad app which climbed 14 spots to claim the No. 13 spot.

This week’s top free iPhone apps

NameRankChange
1.The Heist1=
2.Extreme Fishing 22▲2
3.SongPop Free3▼1
4.Where’s My Perry? Free4▼1
5.Finger Olympic5=
6.Instagram6=
7.Shooting Showdown7▲1
8.InstaCollage Pro8▲1
9.ArcherWorldCup9▲3
10.Chasing Yello10▲11
11.Flashlight11▼1
12.Stickman Snowboarder Free_12▲2
13.Kick the Buddy: Like a Boss13=
14.xFlow Free14▲1
15.Kik Messenger15▲3
16.PINK Nation16▼5
17.Pinterest17▲6
18.PIXEL’D18▼2
19.Chrome19▲3
20.Bubble Mania20▲4
21.KAYAK PRO21▼4
22.Fix-it Felix Jr.22▼3
23.Sing!23▲11
24.Monster Story24▼4
25.ring.tones25▲2

This week’s top free iPad apps

NameRankChange
1.Where’s My Perry?1▲1
2.Gasketball™2▲1
3.NBC Olympics Live Extra3▲1
4.NBC Olympics4▲1
5.KAYAK PRO5▲1
6.Skype for iPad6▲5
7.Cartoon Network7=
8.Airport City HD8=
9.Kingdoms & Lords9▲1
10.Amazon Instant Video10▼1
11.Chasing Yello11▲2
12.xSongPop Free12▲2
13.Discovery Channel HD13▲14
14.Netflix14▲1
15.PIXEL’D15▼3
16.The Weather Channel16▲1
17.Deer Hunter Reloaded17▲9
18.Chrome18▲1
19.Gnome Village19▼3
20.Flow Free20▲5
21.Kick the Buddy: Like a Boss_21▼3
22.Monster Story™22=
23.iBooks23=
24.Agent Dash24▼4
25.Kindle25▲3

 

All data in this post comes from our traffic tracking service AppData.