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CamCard vs. WorldCard vs. Business Card Reader: card scanner for iPhone app shootout!

Business card scanner apps for iPhone are a great way to minimize the amount of paper cards you've got to keep track of. Simply scan them into your iPhone via the camera app and they should read the information on the card and automagically fill out the fields and create an iOS Contact for you. CamCard, WorldCard, and Business Card Reader are all well known apps for this, but how accurately and speedily do they do their jobs?

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Tapbots' Paul Haddad talks WWDC and Tweetbot

Tapbots co-creator and developer Paul Haddad was kind enough to sit down at WWDC 2012 to talk about the keynote, and about their hugely popular Twitter client, Tweetbot.

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Game of the week: Plague Inc.

Out of all the games I looked at this week, I definitely poured the most time into Plague Inc. This single-player strategy title puts you as the guiding force behind a globe-spanning disease, including its means of transmission, its symptoms, and its spread from region to region.

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SoundShare for iPhone review

SoundShare for iPhone is a social networking service that focuses on sharing your music with others as well as discovering new music based on what your followers are listening to. It does for music what Instagram already does for photos and a little more than current music sharing services already offer.

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Reeder 3 for iPhone review

Reeder, the popular RSS reader app for iPhone, has been updated to version 3.0 and brings with it an updated user interface and some new options and features that make an already great RSS app even better than before.

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Phil Schiller comments on App Store discoverability

In a recent interview at WWDC, Apple's VP of Marketing Phil Schiller commented on criticism that it's hard to get noticed in the App Store. "The opportunity is the best it has ever been for software developers... Every other day you hear about another app going off the charts. You can still get discovered and get a hit overnight."

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BlackBerry PlayBook hacked to run iOS apps, including ours

A clever dev has managed to shoehorn full-blown iOS apps onto the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. Such App Store titles as Tiny Tower, Super Monkey Ball, TomTom Navigation, Sushi Cat, iFart, Frogger, Galcon, Sketchbook, and a few others. Oh, and the iMore app, of course. This has been made possible through a kind of iOS player that a developer has managed to get to work on Windows too.

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Games, platform exclusives, clever in-app purchases, delightful animations, and other lessons from the 2012 Apple Desi

he 2012 Apple Design Awards were interesting because of the fantastic apps that got the exposure and recognition of an ADA. They were also interesting in what they revealed about Apple priorities and predilections when it came to the award selections.

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Amazon launches Cloud Player for iPhone and iPod touch

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Smart Banners in Safari for iOS 6 to offer quick shortcuts to app

A new trick in Safari for iOS 6 announced at WWDC 2012 today was Smart Banners. These are clever little banners that slide down from the top of a screen and offer those browsing from an iOS device the ability to launch directly into an app or download it from the App Store.

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