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Keep track of your points and stay on track with Weight Watchers Mobile for iPhone and iPad

It's Fitness Month here at Mobile Nations and part of getting in shape involves eating better. The Weight Watchers program probably isn't new to many people that are trying to diet. If you haven't used it personally, you've most likely heard of it or know someone who has used it.

The mobile version for iPhone and iPad is part of Weight Watchers' supplementary tools for their online program. Weight Watchers Mobile can help you track points, find recipes, set goals and track your weigh-ins, and more. The real question is, does it really work as a supplement to attending meetings or is their program better than free tools that don't require subscription fees?

Let's find out.

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HBO Go adds AirPlay support

HBO Go has been updated to version 2.0, bringing support for Apple's AirPlay feature to the app. HBO Go users can now stream video from any device running iOS 6 to any Apple TV that’s been updated to software version 5.1.1 or later.

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iCookbook dishes up CROCK-POT recipes at Macworld|iWorld 2013

This year we went straight from Macworld|iWorld 2013 to Mobile Nations Fitness Month, but who says we can't have some overlap? iCookbook was on the show floor with their new CROCK-POT app, and while not everything you slow cook may be healthy, it will come from home, and that means you can choose to make it healthy! Just pick great ingredients and let the flavors do the work.

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Karateka goes on sale for Valentine's Day, get it now for only $0.99

Jordan Mechner's Karateka, the original Apple II game given brilliant new life on iOS, is currently on sale for only $0.99 for Valentine's Day. It's very nearly a steal at that price. If you haven't already, go grab it now and help True Love save Mariko!

Also, fans of the game won't want to miss:

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Comparing iPhone Twitter app timeline views

It's often been said that we enjoy an embarrassment of riches when it comes to Twitter apps for iPhone. Some of the best developers and designers have spent months and years crafting, and in some cases continually re-crafting, app for Twitter, striving for their versions of perfection. And this in spite of Twitter's recent proclamations encouraging third party clients to walk out onto ice flows or sand dunes and die already. Over the weekend, Phil Nickinson compared 17 Twitter app timelines for Android, and he promptly challenged me to do the same for iPhone. I one-upped him with 18, though admittedly I cheated by including 3 discontinued Twitter apps in the comparison.

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iMore Editors' Choice: Spaceteam, Elago M2 dock, Moviegram, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a few games, an Apple service that is easy to take for granted, an awesome iPhone dock, and a fitness app.

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

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Best run and walk tracking app for iPhone

Walking and running are hugely popular ways to exercise, and there are several really good iPhone apps that aim to help you keep track of the walking or running you're doing. Since February is Fitness Month at iMore and Mobile Nations, we took a look at the most popular ones, and figured out which one was the best for most people.

That app is Endomondo Pro, and here's why we picked it.

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Yoga Studio for iPhone and iPad review

It's Fitness Month here at iMore and Mobile Nations and this week's focus is on exercise. We've already taken a look at the hardcore bootcamp app P90X, so this time we're going to take a look at an app for a gentler workout approach: Yoga Studio.

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Talking HockeyApp with Thomas Dohmke at Macworld|iWorld 2013

HockeyApp for iOS has nothing to do with the sport of hockey and everything to do with maing developers' and beta testers' lives easier. Time was, in order to beta test an app, you had to tether to iTunes and manual transfer over the provisioning and app files, and you had to do it every time the beta updated -- which could be often. Then services like HockeyApp showed up, and they allowed for direct, on-device, over-the-air (OTA) installation and updates of both provisioning files and apps. Hockey will even alert you when updates are available. Moreover, for developers, HockeyApp provides crash reports, feedback, and analytics.

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Mailbox for iPhone aims to reinvent the way you manage your inbox

Mailbox for iPhone is a brand new email app that's primary purpose is to let you focus on the messages that matter right now and store away the ones that don't. The Mailbox project seems to draw inspiration from both task management philosophies like Getting Things Done, and email management philosophies like Inbox Zero. Through a list of gestures, swipes, and taps, you quickly filter through emails and drill down to the content that matters right that minute, without being distracted by the rest.

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