Our sister service The Appside has just published a report called Best of British Apps, in association with UKTI and the ICT Knowledge Transfer Network.

Published in time for Mobile World Congress next week, it highlights 50 of the newest apps developed in the UK, with a focus on innovative entertainment and branded apps.

Music is a big part though: among the 50 spotlighted apps are Absolute 80s Remixer, Adele, AudioFuel, Brit Awards 2012, Dimensions, MPme, Now! Official UK Top 40 Chart, Shazam Player, Songkick Concerts and This Day in Bob Dylan.

You can find the report embedded below, and you can download a copy for offline reading too. The ICT KTN and UKTI are running a series of seminars at Mobile World Congress, focusing on key mobile industry themes. They’ll be taking place in Hall 8 at the show, and you can find out more in this PDF, or by visiting UKTI’s stand AV35 during the event.

Here’s the report:

Best of British Apps: 50 innovative mobile applications from the UK

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