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Angry Birds and Facebook have topped the charts as the most popular iPhone applications of all time among UK users, according to data published by Apple.

Facebook was the most popular free application, while Angry Birds scooped the prize for the most popular paid-for app. The results came as Apple celebrates its 25 billionth application download from the AppStore.

In the iPad rankings Apple's own Pages application was the most popular paid-for app, while the BBC's iPlayer was the most popular free iPad app among UK AppStore customers.

Earlier this week, Apple gave away a $10,000 iTunes gift card to a lucky Chinese user who downloaded the 25 billionth application, which was a puzzle game called 'Where's My Water?'.

The top five most popular pay-for apps in the UK included WhatsApp Messenger, Doodle Jump, Fruit Ninja and Angry Birds Seasons, as well as the original Angry Birds.

Angry Birds saw similar success in the paid-for iPad charts, with the HD version of the came coming second to Pages, followed by Scrabble, GarageBandand Monopoly.

The top 10 apps in each category are shown below:

Top 10 paid-for iPhone apps

1. Angry Birds
2. WhatsApp Messenger
3. Doodle Jump
4. Fruit Ninja
5. Angry Birds Seasons
6. Cut the Rope
7. TuneIn Radio Pro
8. Monopoly
9. Angry Birds Rio
10. FatBooth

Top 10 free iPhone apps

1. Facebook
2. Skype
3. eBay
4. Google Earth
5. Google Search
6. Twitter
7. Paper Toss
8. Bump
9. BBC News
10. Shazam

Top 10 paid-for iPad apps

1. Pages
2. Angry Birds HD
3. Scrabble for iPad
4. GarageBand
5. Monopoly for iPad
6. Numbers
7. Angry Birds Seasons HD
8. Keynote
9. Fruit Ninja HD
10. FIFA 12 for iPad

Top 10 free iPad apps

1. BBC iPlayer
2. ITV Player
3. Skype for iPad
4. 4oD Catch Up
5. eBay for iPad
6. Angry Birds HD Free
7. Calculator for iPad Free
8. Kindle
9. Sky Go
10. Sky News for iPad