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QuizUp for iPhone lets you test your smarts against others, in hundreds of categories

QuizUp is a trivia game where players compete against each other, answering questions from several topics. Sign up with Facebook or email to get started, then select a topic you want to compete in. QuizUp has a number of popular topics available as well as a general list. Topics include things like Arts, Geography, Logos, and Game of Thrones.

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Google Drive for iOS update adds multiple account support, single sign-in

Google Drive for iOS has received a fairly significant update, adding support for single sign-in, multiple accounts and proper iOS 7 support. Single sign-in lets you sign in to a Google app just by selecting your account if you're signed in to another Google app already installed on your device. This has been rolling out slowly across Google's suite of iOS apps, and is particularly convenient for those of us using many different Google services.

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Instadoge for iPhone: Such Shibe memes, much fun!

Instadoge for iPhone is here, yes you heard that right. If you have not heard of Doge the dog by now, you have been living under a rock. And I am much ashamed. Instadoge is pretty much Instagram for doge memes. Wow.

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Instacast podcast app for Mac now available from the Mac App Store

Popular Podcast client Instacast has finally made its Mac version available for purchase from the Mac App Store. The app itself has been available to purchase since May from the Instacast website, but putting it in the Mac App Store opens it up to a wider audience.

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Build your own Galactic Empire with Star Wars: Tiny Death Star now available for iPhone and iPad

Ever wanted to build your very own Death Star complete with karaoke bar, plush apartments and interrogation rooms downstairs? Lucasarts is bringing all that to reality with the release of Star Wars: Tiny Death Star, which is available to download now from the App Store for iPhone and iPad.

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OS X Mavericks Mail update available to registered Mac developers now

The issues with the OS X Mavericks Mail app are well documented, and we've heard talk of an update heading our way. What we didn't know is that registered Mac developers can already download an update. It actually became available on October 31 and went unnoticed – no seeding emails seem to have been sent out. So, if you're a registered developer, go get it!

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Vader for iPhone takes a new approach to dishing out weather info

Vader for iPhone is a new minimalistic style weather app that gives you information on weather conditions literally around the clock. Powered by Forecast, the makers of Dark Sky, Vader is not only pretty to look at, it provides accurate weather data as well.

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GarageBand for Mac updated with bug fixes and stability improvements

Apple on Wednesday released a minor update to GarageBand for Mac. The new release, 10.0.1, is available for download from the Mac App Store.

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Perfect Weather update brings animated weather map sharing

Perfect Weather has been updated to version 1.1, adding some new features as well as fixes for some issues. You can now share an animated GIF of your current weather map with others through AirDrop, Messages, email, Twitter, or Flickr. To do this, tap the button in the bottom right corner and hit Share Animated GIF when looking at a location.

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Upcoming additions to iWork for Mac detailed by Apple

Apple has released some details about what changes and features will be making their way to the latest versions of iWork for Mac. Many people were upset when they found that several features were removed from the latest version. But Apple has announced some features that will be coming to iWork for Mac in the next six months.

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