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Clear list-keeper app Review

Clear list-keeper app Review

An app which is very clearly part of the new world ultra-simple design movement tied directly to modernism in the getting-things-done department of all hipsters' lives is "Clear" for iOS. This application allows you to undeniably simply make lists of items you must do during the day and does it with a user interface that's candy for the eyeballs. This app works for iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone, and we certainly suggest the latter choice for all day long pushing and pulling for productivity growing.

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Grand Theft Auto III for iOS Review

Grand Theft Auto III for iOS Review

There's nothing quite like taking your rage and insane desires to crash cars into masses of people, walls, other cars, and the river in the original Grand Theft Auto III, and RockStar Games have finally brought it to the mobile platform. Actually technically they brought it to the mobile platform several weeks ago, but playing this game on the new iPad has revealed a brand new layer of excellence for your humble narrator, and while the desire to purchase the game was there at the start, the desire to play the game 24 hours a day has just reared its ugly head now thanks to the iPad's new Retina-quality display.

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Microsoft preps massive Windows Phone App Hub expansion

Microsoft preps massive Windows Phone App Hub expansion

This week is the beginning of Microsoft's biggest push ever for the expansion of their "App Hub" for Windows Phone, developers being tipped to "Prepare now and beat the crowd" for 23 new marketplaces around the world. With the Windows Phone Tango expansion of the mobile operating system made to access devices with lower-tiered specifications for less expensive smartphones as well, Microsoft is now coming at a vast new set of markets in lower-income areas of the planet everywhere from Bulgaria to the Ukraine. This move is set to not only allow Microsoft to sell one whole heck of a lot more phones, but provide a much more lucrative arena for app developers working with their Windows Phone platform.

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Path CEO got angry Apple audience after privacy blunder

Path CEO got angry Apple audience after privacy blunder

Path's high-profile iPhone privacy blunder earned app founder Dave Morin a sudden grilling in front of Apple CEO Tim Cook and his exec team, it's been revealed, though sources suggest the App Store approvals process may be less stringent than assumed. Cook demanded the meeting after the Path debacle - in which it was revealed that the app uploaded each user's entire address book to the Path servers - went public, Bloomberg's sources say.

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Pinterest iPad app coming soon amid website redesign

Pinterest iPad app coming soon amid website redesign

We've recently reviewed the iPhone application for the newly vastly popular social sharing website Pinterest, now we've got word straight from the source that the iPad edition is coming soon. This application would take the image-based platform and place it on the most popular gadget in recent memory, the most popular tablet computer on earth, and Apple's newest release - coming out this Friday for those of you keeping track. Today Pinterest's co-founder and CEO Ben Silbermann spoke at South by Southwest's Interactive conference letting the world know how humbling this whole recent explosion of interest in the project has been.

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Infinity Blade: Dungeons trailer tells of Diablo excellence

Infinity Blade: Dungeons trailer tells of Diablo excellence

The iPad and iPhone loving sword-fighting series has a next generation coming in Infinity Blade: Dungeons, and the trailer has been released. This next level fabulous monster of a game will take what we know of the Infinity Blade series and turn it on its head not only with a prologue to the 2 games already released, not just with a character wielding what looks to be a cosmic lolly pop, but with a whole different world of gameplay as well. This chapter looks to be just as epic as the last, and will be out for iOS exclusively soon!

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iPhoto for iOS Review

iPhoto for iOS Review

The photography application originally only available on Apple's desktop operating system OS X is now up for download for iOS devices as well: iPhoto, completely re-imagined for mobile! This new application has been released alongside updates for the other two iLife applications iMovie and GarageBand and offers up an interface and functionality made to take full advantage of your multi-touch interfaces and Retina-quality displays. You've got the ability to view, edit, and share photos in a variety of ways with Apple placing special emphasis on iCloud for ultimate syncing power between your collection of iDevices including your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

UPDATE: SlashGear's review of the new iPad here.

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iPhoto for iOS allows permalinked webspace for Photo Journals

iPhoto for iOS allows permalinked webspace for Photo Journals

The trifecta of iWork applications has finally been completed for iOS devices here at the launch of iOS 5.1 and 2012's newest iPad model, iPhoto ready to go for the summer. This version of iPhoto contains a Journal feature in which you can create your own books of photos and notes which you can then share to your heart's content by exporting to iTunes, sharing to the web, or just by turning to your friend with your iPad and saying "hey check it out." The coolest feature in the whole barrage of features this application has, as it turns out, is in the sharing field: a permanent link.

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Hello Google Play, RIP Android Market

Hello Google Play, RIP Android Market

Today Google has rebranded its massive set of markets into one: Google Play, "Pure Entertainment, Anywhere You want it to be." This new market is taking the place of the Android Market, the Music store, Books, and Video stores as well. Google has taken this evolution of their market structure and put it at the forefront of not only their digital sales for each of these different medias, but for their cloud storage services as well. What you've got here is not just a store, but a place you can access your purchases at any time from whatever device you've got that can hook in.

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