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2013 holiday app sales! Get 'em - and gift 'em! - while they're hot!

App Store holiday sales have begun! For the next couple of weeks, many of our favorite apps and games are going to be discounted. If you don't have them already, now's the time to get them! If do have them already, now's the time to gift them! Seriously, great deals on great apps by great developers for you or for great friends and loved ones - win, win, win! Here are our favorites so far, and we'll be updating throughout the week, so keep checking back!

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Train your brain with Next - Numbers for iPhone and iPad

Next - Numbers is a new app meant to help train your brain, attempting to improve areas like reaction, concentration, and memory. The goal is to find all of the numbers on the screen.

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Cali lets you swipe your way through simple math

Cali is a new calculator app that uses gestures to perform simple math functions. You can add, subract, multiply and divide using different swipes across the number pad.

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Best shopping and grocery list apps for iPhone: Pushpins, AnyList, and more!

Our iPhones are great at helping us manage our busy lives and doing regular things like getting groceries and shopping for home goods is no exception. Instead of wasting time looking for things or marking things off on paper, grocery and shopping list apps can make your life a lot easier, and help ensure you don't forget anything. Whether it's a routine trip to the grocery store or time to make a packing list for an upcoming vacation, iMore has you covered. Here are our current favorite shopping list apps available in the App Store!

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Listen for iPhone adds a fistful of gestures to your music player

Listen is a new music player for iPhone – version 2.0.1 no less, must have missed version 1.0! – that promises a unique experience to getting your tunes. The developers describe Listen as "A music player you can use without looking at," since there's zero buttons in the user interface. Everything is gesture driven. Everything.

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App Santa brings you some of the best apps for iOS, at up to 60% off!

App Santa is spearheaded by some of the best know developers of some of the most award-winning apps for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. The promotion is only for the holidays, but while it lasts you'll be able to get up to 60% off some of the most amazing iOS apps ever made. App Santa:

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Google Search goes iOS 7, gets better integration with Google Maps

Google today updated its Search app for iOS, adding another one to the iOS 7 optimized stable and bringing with it a few full screen browsing experience. The touches are subtle, but it's an iOS 7 app alright, and besides the added razzle dazzle Google is also promising "smarter integration with Google Maps."

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BlackBerry shows off BBM Voice, Channels for iOS, forgets to tell us when they're coming

While BlackBerry may have finally gone cross-platform with BBM, the iOS and Android releases were missing some of the big features such as voice and channels. Both will be arriving at some point in the future, and BlackBerry has put together a short video clip showing them off for the first time. Without saying anything about when the features will be coming.

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Second Gear acquires Glassboard, iOS 7 update in the works

Justin Williams and Second Gear Software have acquired Glassboard from Sepia Labs, where it was previously developed by Brent Simmons. Anyone familiar with Williams should know what that means - pretty darn relentless development from hereon in. From the Second Gear blog:

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Daedalus Touch text editor, updated for iOS 7, goes free with IAP

The Soulmen have announced the release of Daedalus Touch 1.7, a new version of their iOS text editor. The new version has been updated and also has a new pricing model - starting at free.

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