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Djay 2 gets teased, looks to take mixing, scratching, and partying to the next level

Algoriddim is teasing the sequel to djay, their Apple Design Award (ADA) winning music monster, and - shocker - it's called djay 2. The original djay's claim to fame was taking pro-level mixing, scratching, and partying and making it easy enough for anyone to use. I've had a chance to peak at djay 2, and it looks like they're ready to take that philosophy to next level. It's likely going to be something everyone wants to get their hands on - literally - at the club, at home, in the car, pretty much anywhere.

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Any.Do Cal for iPhone review: Want an iOS 7 calendar experience now? Cal is it.

Any.Do has just released their Cal app and it doesn't disappoint. WIth a great interface that's very on par with what we'll see in iOS 7 bundled with the ability to handle reminders through using Any.Do's existing reminders app, it's a great solution for anyone already using Any.Do for task management.

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MLB At Bat 13 comes out swinging for the All Star festivities

The MLB All Star week is almost upon us, and At Bat 13 has just been updated so we can follow all the action on our iOS devices. The festivities from New York are just one part of the update, which also sees the addition of the MLB News Channel for customizable push notifications, in-progress video highlights in the Gameday view and an improved interface for the iPhone.

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IFTTT goes mobile, wants to do your Internet heavy lifting for you

IFTTT (If This Then That) has been trying to automate your Internet life via the browser for a while now, but the service has finally gone mobile with the launch of their first app for iPhone. In addition to the ton of services that IFTTT already supports, bringing it to the iPhone opens up three new channels for users, by allowing integration with the iOS Reminders app, as well as Contacts and Photos.

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Bartholomew and the Oobleck, another Dr. Seuss classic, now available for iPhone and iPad

If you're a fan of Dr. Seuss, Oceanhouse Media has just released yet another one of the popular stories in iPhone and iPad format. Aside from reading Bartholomew and the Oobleck, there are many interactive bonus features available as well.

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Felix for App.net updates iPhone version with more gestures, new look for private messages, and more

Felix, one of the more popular clients for App.net has just received a rather generous update including more gesture support, a facelift and enhancements to private messaging, full size images, and more.

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Head for Facebook: Access Facebook on your Mac anytime, no browser required

There are lots of apps out there that give you quick access to many different services including Facebook and Twitter. Head for Facebook gives you instant access to your Facebook account directly from your desktop on your Mac. The cool thing about Head for Facebook is that it actually looks good, doesn't get in your way, and actually works great.

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Cooliris update now pulls in your photos from Evernote, Tumblr and SkyDrive

Cooliris is one of those apps you never knew you needed, until you tried it, and the latest update adds yet more services to its already impressive portfolio. For anyone not familiar, Cooliris pulls in your photos from tons of different sources such as Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, Google, Dropbox, and many more. This latest version adds three more to that list; Evernote, Tumblr and SkyDrive.

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Google confirms Latitude will be retired, someone, somewhere may miss it

Besides this mornings news that the new Google Maps will soon be heading our way, Google has also confirmed that Latitude, their location sharing service, will be retired on August 9. After this date the Latitude for iPhone application will stop working, along with any other Latitude API based applications. Someone, somewhere may shed a little tear, but while it may be gone, location sharing shall live on at Google in a different guise.

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New Google Maps with iPad support hitting the App Store soon

Back in May at Google I/O, the folks at Mountain View promised a new version of Google Maps would be hitting this summer, complete with support for the iPad. It's now summer, and it's coming real soon. The new Maps has just hit Android smartphones and tablets, and according to a post on the Official Google Blog, it will be appearing in the App Store very soon:

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