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Rock and sock some robots in Ironkill

The movie Reel Steel might have been fairly forgettable, but the two mobile games based on it have enjoyed a fair little following. The team leads from the mobile Reel Steel and Total Recall titles have left Reliance Entertainment in order to form their own studio, Play Motion. And Play Motion's first game sticks with what they know: robots punching other robots.

Ironkill has just launched on Android and iOS as a free to play title. Players can collect and upgrade a wide assortment of stylized robots, and then journey across a post-apocalyptic map to battle it out against other robot trainers. With solid graphics and simple controls, Ironkill promises plenty of fun robot-on-robot violence.

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Stringer brings customizable shuffling to your music

If you've ever listened to music on shuffle, you've probably hit the point where you'd like to hear more from that album, but then continue on with the shuffling. That's an issue that the newly-released Stringer aims to alleviate, allowing you to easily move around a shuffled list of your entire iTunes library (including iTunes Match music) and make adjustments as you see fit.

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Things for iPhone and iPad is available for free from the App Store until November 28

Task management app Things is Apple's App of the Week, which means that you can get the utility for free from the App Store until November 28. The app picked up a major update last week that saw the introduction of an iOS8-inspired makeover, Handoff support, sharing extensions and more.

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Microsoft OneNote for iPhone and iPad will finally sync in the background

Microsoft has pushed out a small, but not unimportant update to its OneNote applications for iPhone and iPad. In the process it fixes one of the more irritating issues, because now we're finally given background sync! OneNote has had a tendency to be somewhat slow syncing your notebooks between device and cloud, but that should all be a thing of the past.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus lens profiles now in Adobe Lightroom

Anybody getting super-serious about their iPhone photography will be happy to hear that Adobe Lightroom now has dedicated lens profiles for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The 5.7 update to Lightroom includes a bunch of other lens profiles from Sony, Nikon, and Canon, but you won't find any other smartphones on that list.

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Beats Music might find itself bundled with iOS in 2015

A future release of iOS might just come with an extra app bundled inside: Beats Music. When Apple bought Beats back in May, many wondered what the end game was. And while the headphone business is presently far more lucrative for Beats than their streaming music service, finding it pre-installed on millions of iPhones might just change the calculus.

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iOS App Store now shows a 'Get' button for its free apps

Apple is now displaying a "Get" button for all free apps in its iOS App Store, replacing the "Free" button. Apple made this change quietly so there's no official word on exactly why it has decided to make this cosmetic alteration in the App Store.

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 19

We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.

We'll keep showing sales that are ongoing after double-checking that they're still active and the price is the same, as well as updating the list with anything new that we find. Of course, if you spot any great deals, don't be shy - drop a tip in the comments!

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Best Black Friday 2014 apps for iPhone

If you're looking for the best iPhone apps to help you snag the best Black Friday deals of 2014, you've come to the right place! Sure, you can shop iMore right from the comfort of Safari, but if you're looking for all the great deals from all the big retailers for all the special people in your life, you'll want some apps for that!

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What you need to know about WatchKit

Time to break out the big ideas for watch-based computing: WatchKit, Apple's software development kit for creating apps for the Apple Watch, has arrived.

You'll need an iOS developer account to start developing with WatchKit and dive into the nitty-gritty technical details, but if you're merely curious as to what WatchKit will let your favorite developers create, Apple was kind enough to publish a few informational guidelines and a 28-minute video in the public-facing area of their developer center.

If 28-minute videos aren't your jam, however, here's what you need to know about WatchKit — along with a few hints we picked up about the impending Apple Watch.

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