'Bladeslinger' is best new smartphone app for November

Smartphone platforms are often judged by how many application they support, and not necessarily by the quality of those apps. Now that Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS and Google's (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android each hold more than 700,000 apps, it's getting more and more difficult to discern which new apps are worthy of attention. Sometimes it takes a human touch. Each month, FierceMobileContent will look at the best and brightest, spotlighting the new apps that you need to download to your smartphone ASAP. Here are the best mobile apps of November for iOS and Android:

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Need For Speed: Most Wanted
Lovely
Angry Birds Star Wars
Panna
Fayve
QatQi
Bladeslinger

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