Apps

Letterpress by Atebits review

Letterpress is deceptively simple. A five-by-five grid of letters is laid out on the screen. You and your opponent have full visibility to the board, and must make words out of the letters provided. As you do, those letters are colored in—blue for your letters, red for theirs—and each move steals letters back, affecting the letter-count score at the top of the screen. Things get slightly trickier when the letters on the four sides of a played letter are also played in the same color, when the lock-in effect causes the center to go darker. In this case, the letter can still be played, but no points transfer. Each word must consist of at least two letters, and no word can be re-played.

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Sonic Jump by SEGA for iPhone and iPad review

Sonic Jump for iPhone and iPad is, in a nutshell, SEGA's version of the popular platform jumper Doodle Jump that features SEGA's iconic character Sonic the Hedgehog. There are two games modes, Story and Arcade, where you must jump and tilt your way up the levels collecting coins, defeating enemies, gaining abilities, and battling Dr. Eggman.

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iBooks 3.0 brings iCloud sync, vertical scrolling, and more

Just as promised during today's iPad mini event, Apple has released the new version of iBooks with better iCloud integration, enhanced sharing options, continuous scrolling, and more.

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iBooks Author 2.0 available in Mac App Store

iBooks Author, Apple book creation app for Mac, has gone 2.0 and is now available in the Mac App Store. It includes the ability to make portrait-only books, embed custom fonts, and more. As the resident math nerd, the most exciting new feature to me is support for creating mathematic expressions with LaTeX and MathML.

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Atlas by Collins for iPhone and iPad review

Atlas by Collins is an iPhone and iPad app and evolving data visualization tool that represents worldwide information on a section of themed globes with over 200,000 places you can discover and explore. Atlas is not only a great learning tool for individuals, but can also be used in a classroom environment or for giving presentations.

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Official iMore app gets updated for iPhone 5, adds Launch Center Pro support

We've updated the official iMore app to take advantage of the new iPhone 5 and iPod touch 4-inch, 16:9 display, and it's just gone live on the App Store. Now you can get even more of everything you love about iMore, right in the app. That's more news, more reviews, more how-tos, more podcasts, more contests, and more... more.

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iMore Editors' Choice for October 21, 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 zombie game, some awesome music, a simple, distraction free writing app, and an app for creating graphs and charts.

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

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Vintique for iPhone review

Vintique is a photo editing app for the iPhone that includes 32 vintage filters with the ability to edit and tweak them to your liking. Vintique is much more than a filters apps, though, as it also includes powerful image editing tools including exposure, white balance, vibrance, gamma, and more.

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Agenda vs. CalenGoo vs. Calendars: alternative calendar apps for iPhone shootout!

If you don't like the default Calendar app that comes with your iPhone, the App Store is filled with alternatives. Whether you want something more simple and elegant, more powerful and robust, or just something that works more the way you work, you have options to consider. Agenda, CalenGoo, and Calendars by Readdle all give you even more control over your calendars, events, and notifications than the default Calendar app does, and all organize things in a different way. But which one is best, and more importantly, which one is best for you?

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Tweetbot for Mac developer Todd Thomas and designer Mark Jardine talk process, production, and pricing

Tweetbot for Mac officially hits the Mac App Store today, and thanks to Tweetbot for iOS developer Paul Haddad simultaneously ducking behind him, and throwing him in front of the camera, I had a chance to chat with Tweetbot for Mac developer Todd Thomas about the newest Tapbots creation, and their first for OS X.

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