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Wordament sequel 'Snap Attack' reportedly dropping for iOS later this year

Microsoft's popular Wordament game has enjoyed success across the board and the game is set to sport a sequel as early as tomorrow – Wordament Snap Attack. If you're not familiar with Wordament, it's a word game putting players against each other in a continuous series of two minute matches to find as many words as possible. Snap Attack will be changing things up without sacrificing on gameplay.

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T-Mobile thanking customers with a free season of MLB at Bat 14

T-Mobile U.S.A. is once again thanking their loyal customers with a free full season of MLB at Bat, this time MLB at Bat 14. That's the advantage of being an official MLB sponsor, and one T-Mobile passed along last year as well.

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What's on Ally's Mac menu bar right now!

I've already shown you not only what I have on my iPhone and iPad Home screens, but what I've got in my Mac dock too. A lot of our staff members here at iMore have also shown you what they're using on their iPhones, iPads, and Macs. That means the only thing I have left to show you are the apps and utilities I think are important enough to earn a place in my Mac's menu bar. Follow along to find out!

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Best jailbreak themes for iPhone: Ayecon, Flat7, Zanilla, and more!

Give your jailbroken iPhone a completely new look with these gorgeous themes for iOS 7!

Looking for the best themes to help you dress up iOS 7 on your jailbroken iPhone? Whether you like the flat look and what to expand on it or you simply want to bring the rich textures back, there's a theme for that! But which iOS 7 jailbreak themes are the very best?

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Media Browser working on iPad client for its home multimedia server

Media Browser is a handy service, which turns your home PC into a multimedia server. With apps available for Windows 8, iOS, Android and Windows Phone, the team have been working on an iPad-optimized version. Today, an update has been published on the official blog detailing some features being worked on for iPad owners.

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Apple highlighting best apps and games from April in App Store

A ton of great apps and games come our way each and every month and now it seems Apple is helping remind us of some of the very best. Coming with yesterday's App Store refresh – and first noticed by Macstories – Apple has added a "Best of April" segment. And there's some real gems in there.

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Beats Music hits version 2.0, now properly designed for iPad

Beats Music has updated to version 2.0, and the highlight of the update is native iPad support. The iPad version includes all of the features of the original app, taking advantage of the iPad's larger screen to show you more and speed up navigation.

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Best prom apps for iPhone: OpenTable, ASOS, ProFlowers, and more!

Heading to prom this year? Grab these iPhone apps to help you plan better, budget smarter, and party harder!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you prepare for your prom? For many juniors and seniors at many schools, prom is just around the corner and that means it's time to pick out a dress, find a suit or tux, place flowers on order, book a table, arrange festivities, and do all the other things that go along with planning a perfect prom. Luckily the App Store has a bunch of apps to help you make your prom the best one ever. But which iPhone apps are the absolute best for prom planning?

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OneNote gets iOS 7 redesign, character recognition, and more!

Microsoft has announced some significant updates to OneNote clients for iPhone and Mac. In addition to a visual overhaul for iOS 7, the iPhone version now includes character recognition so you can snap pictures of documents and save them to OneNote in the cloud. You can also create and share notebooks independently on the iPhone now.

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Foursquare announces Swarm, its new app for checking in

Foursquare has announced that they're going to be spinning off a new app this summer called Swarm. While Foursquare has been used for sharing where you are for years, Swarm aims to facilitate meet-ups with friends more easily by letting you broadcast where you're going next and what your friends' plans are. Meanwhile, the original Foursquare app will be changing a little bit to be more focused on venue discovery and reviews.

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