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Apple has added a new section to the iOS App Store today promoting apps used to share selfies (via MacStories‘ Federico Viticci). Among the apps included are classics like Snapchat and the Justin Bieber-backed Shots and lesser-known apps such as selfie-editing app Facetune and an app called Front Flash that’s design to make it easier to take selfies in low light…

The temporary section is featured on the front page of the App Store on both iOS and the desktop iTunes application.

If you’re looking for a new app for taking selfies (and hey, who isn’t?), here’s your chance to find the perfect one. Maybe one day soon there will also be a section for finding just the right Flappy Bird clone.

Here’s the full list of featured apps:

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