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The list of infected iPhone apps can be summed up as “nothing I use, so big deal.” But it could be something you use, so here’s the list. The apps were nastified by a cracked version of the program developers use to compile the code, and, according to Daring Fireball, Chinese developers used it because downloading the original from Apple took too long.

Here are some of the infected apps. Spot the fake, if you can:

China Unicom Mobile Office

High German map

Jane book

Eyes Wide

Medicine to force

Pocket billing

Flush

Answer: They’re all real.

One app that should give you shivers: FlappyCircle. They’re still making Flappy games.