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Napkin brings super fast, super good looking, super shareable image annotation to the Mac

Napkin is a brand new take on image annotation crafted for the Mac by Aged & Distilled. Combining intuitive gestures, fluid shape creation, just-type text entry, and a lot of really disciplined, really smart interface choices, it manages to bring the immediacy of iOS to OS X, producing results that are as fast as they are beautiful.

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Temple Run 2 for iPhone and iPad now available in the App Store

Temple Run 2, the hotly-anticipated sequel to the classic iOS endless runner, is now available in the U.S. App Store, and around the world. It's a universal binary, so it works on both iPhone/iPod touch, and iPad. It's also free to download, though you can in-app purchase a coin doubler if you're into that sort of thing.

I haven't had a chance to try it yet, so if you have, let me know what I'm missing. I'll be firing it up soon, so I need to know -- will I be able to get any sleep tonight?

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Facebook Messenger VoIP audio calling comes to the U.S.

Facebook Messenger's VoIP audio calling service, previously exclusive to Canada, has now been expanded to cover users in the Unites States of America.

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Finish for iPhone aims to help even procrastinators get their stuff done

I've joked that to-do apps are like gym memberships -- something people throw money at out of guilt and good intentions, but seldom follow through on using. Finish by Basil, just released for the iPhone, aims to to help with that through a combination of good design and the understanding that failure often is an option. In fact, Finish is crafted precisely with procrastinators in mind.

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How to easily, automatically take multiple, multi-language screenshots for App Store submissions

With Apple's recent freeze on App Store screenshot updates, developers now have to make sure they have usable artwork ready and set when they hit the submit button. No more week(s)-long review cycle and vague plans to fix it later. That can add to the stress of a launch or update, especially if multiple language versions are needed for multiple, regional App Stores. Daniel Jalkut of Mars Edit fame, however, has shared some tips on Bitsplitting that could save developers a lot of time and frustration.

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McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss now available for iPhone and iPad

Dr. Seuss fans rejoice! The classic story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss was recently released as an interactive book for the iPhone and iPad. It includes professional narration, enlarged artwork, highlighted words to promote learning, the ability to record your own voice, and more.

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Quento for iPhone and iPad review

Quento is a fun little math game that is a great challenge for all levels and ages. The objective is simple: use the available numbers and operations to get the indicated result with the indicated amount of numbers. However, not only are you restricted to the available numbers and operations, but you have to be able to create the expression by dragging your finger over them in one swipe -- and order of operations matters!

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Measure body temperature and more with Spree Biometric Headband

We've seen lots of fitness oriented products here at CES 2013 such as the Fitbit Flex which allows you to monitor stats such as steps walked and calories burned. But what if you want to know more on how your body is actually doing while you're working out? The Spree Biotmetric Headband can help you do just that.

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Chevrolet MyLink brings TuneIn Radio and Siri to the car

At CES 2013, Chevrolet was showing off Siri and TuneIn Radio apps working in their 2013 Spark and Sonic vehicles. All of the features you would expect are there, such as dictating messages to Siri and checking calendar appointments via voice.

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Best iPhone invoicing app for freelancers

Freelance work and consulting have become a common place among many professionals nowadays. If you own an iPhone, the App Store offers tons of great ways to invoice clients inexpensively and sometimes even free.

As most people know, free isn't always the best deal, especially when it comes to handling clients and collecting money. We've taken a look at quite a few of the most prominent invoicing apps available in the App Store, free and paid. We've created invoices, estimates, and set up inventories to figure out which invoicing app for iPhone is the best all around solution for freelancers.

That app is Invoice2go by Apps2go. And here's why we picked it over the others...

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