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No Third-Party App Support for You: How Apple iOS 7 Hoards Playlists

iOS users are delighted by the new iOS 7 rollout, available not only on the new iPhones, but on previous models as well. And unlike Android users, most of whom fail to upgrade to the latest operating system, iOS users tend to upgrade en masse, which m…

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Apple is refunding people who bought the second half of Breaking Bad’s Season 5 on iTunes with $22.9

Apple is refunding people who bought the second half of Breaking Bad’s Season 5 on iTunes with $22.99 of iTunes credit. Season 5 of Breaking Bad was split into two parts which meant people had to pay twice for what was nominally the same season which c…

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iTunes Radio Isn’t For You. It’s For Apple.

iTunes Radio is years in the making, and today, it finally lands on millions of devices via iOS 7 and the newly updated iTunes 11.1. Like anything that has been predicted and anticipated for ages, intrigued users will dive in, and in all likelihood, mi…

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How Different Your Favorite Apps Look in iOS 7 (Updating)

All that chatter about the death of skeuomorphism and the rise of flat design, iOS 7 is finally here. It’s got a new look, which means your apps do, too. We’re compiling all of your favorite apps in both their old and updated forms so you can see exa…

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iPad Apps of the Week: Path, Ping, and More

Even when an app is technically functional on both phone and tablets, it’s hard to deny the fact that some of them just look so much better in big, beautiful form. This week’s set of iPad apps are all great sure, but the small screen just don’t do ’em…

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iPhone Apps of the Week: CARROT Alarm, Ping, and More

It may not be official, but with the start of September, summer is pretty much out the door. No one likes to see those sunny days fall by the wayside, so we’re sure there was a bit of gloom hanging over the workweek. Fortunately, we’ve got a whole sle…

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KeyMe for iOS: Keep Your Spare Set of Keys in the Cloud

How many have you found yourself locked out, stuck with a visiting friend who has to wait on the curb cause you aren’t able to get them a key yet, left out in the cold with a lost key and locksmith, or any number of other unfortunately common circumsta…

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The Best Free Apps in Apple’s App Store Anniversary Fire Sale

There have been plenty of App Store sales before, some of them quite extensive. But Apple’s never offered discounts of this magnitude before. Some of the best—and most expensive—games and apps you can find on iOS are free today, presumably in hono…

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Morning for iPad: A Simple Dashboard to Start Your Day Off Right

Mornings are rough. And depending how many special adult beverages you imbibed the night before, mornings can be very, very rough. Which is exactly why we love Morning for iPad. It gives you a bright, friendly look at all the info you need to start yo…

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Good news for parents who were stung by children’s in-app purchases: Apple is now reaching out to af

Good news for parents who were stung by children’s in-app purchases: Apple is now reaching out to affected customers, with disputed purchases under $30 qualifying for a $5 iTunes voucher in compensation and larger sums being fully refunded in cash.

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