Apps

iWork apps Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iPhone and iPad update with sharing to other apps

Apple has pushed out an update to their iWork suite consisting of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote that not only bring support for iOS 6, but also add the ability to open your documents in another app. When you go to Share and Print, "Open in Another App" is now an option. You'll be able to choose between Apple's format (Pages, Numbers, Keynote), Microsoft's format (Word, Excel, Powerpoint), or PDF and the apps that support the chosen format will be available.

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iMovie for iPhone and iPad updated for iOS 6, includes 3 new trailers and 1080p output

iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated for iOS 6 and introduces some new features including three new trailers, the ability to split audio with the iPad, slideshow creation from iPhoto, 1080p upload resolution, and more.

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iPhoto for iPhone and iPad updated for iOS 6, includes many new features

iPhoto for iPhone and iPad have been updated with support for iOS 6 and also includes a slew of new features including coaching tips, new ink effects, support for 36.5 megapixel photos, and more.

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Countdown to an exciting event with Can't Wait for iPhone and iPad

Counting down to an important or exciting date like Christmas, you baby's due date, or the iPhone 5 launch? Then Can't Wait is for you! Can't Wait is an iPhone and iPad app that has a single purpose -- to keep track of the number of days until or since important dates in your life.

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Netflix for iPhone and iPad updated with new interface, can you tell the difference?

Netflix for iPhone and iPad has been updated with an updated interface and varied improvements on playback, AV sync, and subtitle handling. The new interface isn't a complete overhaul, but very minor. In fact, what I notice most about the interface is that it's actually rather sluggish with horrible scrolling, a bit clunky, and you still can't edit or view your mailing queue or view or leave reviews.

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Twitter for iPad gets new, completely, sliding-panel free redesign

Twitter has finally -- finally! -- updated the iPad interface to the new look and feel both Twitter.com and the iPhone interface have had for a while now. While it's good to see Twitter hasn't abandoned the iPad the way they seemingly have the Mac app, the update is also more than a mixed bag of hurt.

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Rovio's Bad Piggies appear in first gameplay trailer

Bad Piggies enjoyed its first gameplay trailer today, revealing that players will build rickety vehicles to transport the pigs to the eggs they love so dearly. We had heard that Rovio was working on a new game that had something to do with the nefarious pigs in Angry Birds, and that game is quickly approaching release. 

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Verticus is Stan Lee's first iOS game

Moon Shark has just announced Verticus, an endless-falling game made in collaboration with comic book legend Stan Lee. The gameplay will seem familiar if you've ever played Falling Fred, minus the gore, and plus the super hero badassitude.

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iMore Editors' Choice for September 16, 2012

Every week the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a crazy hard abstract puzzle game, a killer audio accessory, a classic comic book, and a app for expecting parents.

To see what we picked, follow along after the break!

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Turn your Mac or PC into an AirPlay device with AirServer

AirServer is a very simple Mac and PC app with a very useful purpose -- sharing your iPhone or iPad's screen to your computer with AirPlay mirroring. Once you install AirServer, your computer will appear in the list of devices available for AirPlay on your iPhone or iPad and when you select your computer, your iPhone or iPad's screen will pop up on your computer screen, just like it would on your television with Apple TV.

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