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Apple has started approving iOS 10 compatible apps for iPhone and iPad into its official App Store ahead of the highly-anticipated public release for the new firmware. Several iOS apps have now been updated to patch-up issues with existing iOS releases while also supporting the impending iOS 10 update with new features such as improved Siri, new Messages apps and more.

With the iOS 10 release imminent, let's take a look at the fresh list of paid and free apps for iOS 10 compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via Apple App Store:

Free apps

Super Mario Run Stickers: Based on the Super Mario Run game, it offers official iMessage stickers pack for the new Messages app in iOS 10. The game will hit the market in fall while the app will be free to download.

NewEmojify: The new emoji feature will be integrated into iOS 10 Messages app and it will be free to use with NewEmojify app.

August Home: Using you iPhone, it lets you control all your August smart home accessories at your fingertips.

iHealth MyVitals: It enables you to monitor the vital stats of your health in different ways.

IMDb Movies and TV: It integrates movie information inside your messages and conversations via the iOS Messages app.

Delivery: The app allows you to order all your daily essentials and groceries via local online-stores.

Launcher: This free app brings support for iOS 10 and adds more powerful widgets than the previous releases.

Paid apps

Home – Smart Home Automation ($6.99): It is an advanced home automation app for monitoring and controlling Apple HomeKit compatible accessories.

Snappy Browser ($1.99): Snappy Browser can be directly integrated into the new Messages app in iOS 10 and thereby eliminates the need for a standalone browser.

Rock-Paper-Scissors ($0.99): The classic Rock-Paper-Scissors game can now be integrated into the new Messages app in iOS 10, using this paid app.

[Source: Redmond Pie]

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