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Sega's Sonic Jump Fever to bring more hedgehog and more vertical this summer

Sega today announced a new title, which will be available this summer on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Sonic Jump Fever is the next installment in the Sonic Jump series, based on the version released for feature phones back in 2005 and later adapted for smartphones in 2012. Sonic Jump Fever takes the series on a slightly different path with a focus on high scores and competing against friends while on the move.

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New and updated apps: PhotoCard, Twitter, Republique

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got games, social networking tools, a beautiful postcard maker and more.

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Apple starts removing apps that incentivize social sharing

Apple has begun cracking down on apps that offer incentives to users for watching videos or sharing on social networks. The move is said to be a broader push to change how content discovery is handled in the App Store in iOS 8.

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Just Dance Now app revealed, turns your smartphone into a dance game controller

Ubisoft's highly successful Just Dance dancing game franchise is getting a new and very interesting addition, Just Dance Now. It's an upcoming smartphone app that basically turns your iOS device into a dance controller for a large screen such as a tablet, PC or an Internet enabled smart TV.

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Just like Snapchat, Slingshot disappears from the App Store without a trace

Update: More like a boomerang, Facebook's Slingshot app has been yanked from the App Store and is being sent back to the company for further work. The social networking giant revealed that Slingshot was accidentally and prematurely leaked, saying that the project is still in development and will show up at an unspecified later date.

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Orange is the New App is Netflix's new app for Litchfield Correctional

Orange Is The New Black's second season went live on Netflix Friday and the reviews have mostly been positive for the sophomore season of the acclaimed series. Now Netflix is spreading the love to iOS and Android devices thanks to the release of Orange Is The New App (yes, that is its real name).

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Unread scales its minimalist RSS stylings up to iPad size

Unread, an RSS reader that tries to bring joyh to reading your favorite feeds, has come to the iPad. Like it's iPhone counterpart, Unread for iPad provides a clean, simple interface for both navigating and reading news items, along with a number of options for sharing your favorite stories.

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Best apps of the week: Oscilab, Pocket Harvest, Quadblast, and more!

Once again we've gathered together the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps and games released this week! We'll regularly dig up the best, freshest social, music, photography and productivity apps for iOS, not to mention action games, shooter games, puzzle games, and anything in between. Come on and dig in to see our favorite releases over the last seven days!

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The most popular running apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry

Earlier this week we highlighted the best running apps on Windows Phone, iOS, Android and BlackBerry. All month we'll be looking at the top apps across a variety of categories related to fitness. Why? It's #MobileFit month! We're exploring the intersection of a healthy lifestyle and technology. When we posted those top rated running apps, we also included a poll for the various communities to select their favorite running apps. Those results are in. Here are the best running apps according to you.

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Apple wants more Chinese developers to make iOS apps

Apple is making bigger efforts to improve relations with iOS developers in China. The move comes after some software companies and creators in that country have complained about a lack of support from Apple in the past.

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