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Twitter for iPhone 4.3 review

Earlier today, Twitter updated its iPhone app to version 4.3 that includes new features like expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more. For new Twitter users, this update is excellent.

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Google+ for iPad review

After what felt like an eternity for many users, Google has updated their social networking app Google+ to include native iPad support. It features a side-scrolling stream and lots of gestures to interact with content. The content on your stream is also styled based on popularity, type and orientation. The iPhone version of Google+ also now includes the ability to create and manage Google+ events.

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Expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more now available in Twitter for iPhone

Twitter's mobile team has been hard at work turning the functionality dial to maximum for their latest update, Twitter for iPhone 4.3. You can now enjoy the same expanded tweet's in the iPhone app that you get on the Twitter.com website. Here's what the Twitter bog had to say:

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Get twice the online storage for the same price with new Dropbox pro plans and pricing

Popular online storage and sync platform Dropbox, which powers tons of iPhone and iPad apps, has just announced new plans with new pricing, basically giving most paid users twice what they had before. Here's what the Dropbox blog had to say:

Today we’re happy to announce that our upgrades are getting a huge upgrade! Dropbox Pro now comes in flavors of 100 and 200 GB, but at the price of the original 50 and 100 GB plans. For those of you who need even more space, a brand new 500 GB plan is also joining the posse! If you’re already a Dropbox Pro subscriber, just take a seat and enjoy the fireworks — your Dropbox will supersize itself automatically tonight.

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All-you-can-read magazine subscription service comes to iPad with Next Issue

The Next Issue has finally arrived on the iPad, and is set to offer a subscription service that could transform the way you access glossy magazines on iOS. In their press release, Morgan Guenther, CEO of Next Issue Media said:

"With the unlimited plans offering access to our entire catalog from a single intuitive App and personal library, we're delivering magazines the way consumers want to read them. It's like having an entire magazine rack stocked with only the very best titles, but you can browse or read any issue, any time, on your iPad."

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The Amazing Spider-Man swings his way from theaters to your iPhone and iPad

The Amazing Spider-Man has webbed his way into theaters everywhere, and while you can now watch Spidey go toe-to-claw with the Lizard on the big screen, you can also get in on all the action right on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. We're talking games, books, wallpapers and more.

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Weather Neue for iPhone review

Weather Neue is an iPhone weather app designed for minimalists. Instead of a plethora of features and options, Weather Neue simply consists of one screen that gives you the current weather conditions, a 3 day forecast, and other basic weather information.

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Reeder vs. The Early Edition 2 vs. NewsRack: iPad RSS app shootout!

The iPad provides one of the best digital reading experiences available, and a great RSS reading app only makes that experience better. We've already taken a look at the best personalized magazine apps for iPad, including Flipboard, Zite, and Pulse but for those of us who like a more traditional style of RSS, and more control over our news feeds, nothing beats a dedicated RSS app. Reeder, Early Edition 2, and NewsRack are all great choices but which one is best? And which one is best for you?

Let's find out.

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Pimp!t for iPhone review

Pimp!t is an app for creating wallpapers for your iPhone. It has a lot of a great backgrounds, shelves, and icon skins that can be mixed and matched to create something that reflects you. You can also browse through user-created templates for inspiration or to use.

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Tiny Wings 2 teased for July 12 -- with old fashioned charm

Breakout indie gaming hit Tiny Wings was a 2011 iMore Editor's Choice Award winner, so you better believe we're looking forward to Tiny Wings 2. July 12 is the big day, according to developer Andreas Illiger.

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