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Tweetbot for Mac gets Vine, Flickr, MP4 support, notification improvements, all versions of Tweetbot get Twitter API 1.1 compliance

Tweetbot for iPhone and iPod touch, Tweetbot for iPad, and Tweetbot for Mac have all been updated to support the new Twitter 1.1 API, and closer comply with Twitter's new interface display guidelines. In other words, to better conform with Twitter's branding and conformity policies. Changes include all avatars moving to the left (previously your avatar was on the right to help your posts stand out), and the way your @username is displayed.

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Today Weather by Savvy Apps updated with iPad support

Today Weather by Savvy Apps has been updated with support for the iPad, making it a universal app. Everything you love about Today Weather -- the simplistic and minimalist design, the beautiful UI, the hourly, weekly, and 3-day forecasts -- can now be enjoyed on the larger screen of your iPad or iPad mini.

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Best jailbreak apps for iPhone

While Apple continues to improve iOS with every iteration, even with iOS 6, there are still some feature gaps left to be filled. That's where jailbreaking, like always, comes to the rescue. Whether it's actionable notifications, gesture shortcuts, faster toggles, or something else, jailbreak makes a great OS even better.

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Sunrise Calendar: Interesting idea, deal-breaker implementation

Sunrise Calendar launched in the App Store this week to mixed buzz. It looks interesting but it only works with Google Calendar and requires -- requires -- you to login with Facebook before it will let you start using the app. That's an absolute show stopper for me. I don't need or want to login to a calendar app, and if I did, while Facebook would be a welcome option among many, I won't use any third-party app, not ever, where it's the only option. But that's not all...

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iA Writer gets enhanced interface and new iCloud engine

The beautiful and simple iA Writer for iPhone and iPad has been updated with an enhanced interface, new iCloud engine, and more. Improvements have been made to text editing, the file browser, scrolling and conflict resolution. On the iPad, there is also a new accessory keyboard and optimized landscape mode.

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Wave Timer for iPhone review

Wave Timer is a hands free timer that allows you to turn off the alarm with a simple wave of your hand. This is great for situations like cooking, where your hands are a mess and you don't want to touch your iPhone. It also features a rotary style interface for setting the length of the timer that is easy to use and interesting to look at.

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IMDb Movies and TV app updated, now includes Amazon Instant Video integration

The hugely popular app, IMDb Movies and TV has received a significant update with some nice shiny new features. If you are a user of Amazon Prime then you are in for a real treat as titles that you peruse on IMDb that are also available on Amazon Prime will have a link that will allow you to watch them instantly; as long as you have the Amazon Prime app installed on your iPhone or iPad.

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Rise Alarm Clock for iPhone and iPad review

It's sleep and relaxation week here at iMore for Mobile Nations fitness month, so we're going to take a look at an app that's related to both these topics: Rise Alarm Clock for iPhone and iPad.

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Office² HD tracks all the changes at Macworld|iWorld 2013

While iPad software continues to get more and more sophisticated, one of the holy grail's of great tablet software continues to be great office software. Office² HD keeps getting closer with their all-in-one package for word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations. At Macworld|iWorld 2013, Stuart Prestedge of Byte² , the developers of Office² HD showed us just how far they've managed to take track changes on the iPad, and it's impressive.

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Comparing iPhone weather apps at a glance

After the Twitter for iPhone app comparison last week, my friend and Iterate podcast co-host Seth Clifford remarked that weather apps were the new hotness when it came to interface playgrounds for iOS designers. So, I jumped into the App Store, downloaded 15 popular weather apps, added Apple's built-in iOS weather app, and grabbed all their screens.

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