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Apple urges iTunes affiliates to hurry up and transition to the new PHG program before Oct. 1

Apple's got a brand new affiliate partner in PHG and they're telling everyone within email distance to hurry up and change before the old Linkshare and DGM links go dead on October 1, 2013.

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2K Drive will be screeching its tires on iPhone and iPad before the year is out

We're pretty spoiled on iOS with good quality racing games, but that isn't stopping the folks at 2KGames throwing their name in the hat with this; 2K Drive for iPhone and iPad. This racer comes with a pretty impressive resume too, with the development team comprising some of the teams that developed Project Gotham Racing on the Xbox, and Blur. If that doesn't get you excited, then the launch trailer surely will.

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Nook Video app comes to iOS

Barnes & Noble has released a version of its Nook Video for iOS devices. The app is fairly simple, letting you watch movies and TV shows that you've purchased from the Nook store.

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Full for iPhone is a beautiful and simplistic way to track and maintain personal goals

Full for iPhone is a goal tracking app that lets you enter goals and then track how often you hit them each month. WIth a gorgeous gesture driven interface, adding goals and tracking them is simple, intuitive, and a lot of fun.

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CARROT Alarm for iPhone will wake you up in the morning, or else

CARROT Alarm, by the makers of CARROT to-do, brings the same charm to getting you up out of bed in the morning as they did to getting stuff done. And yes, that means the artificial personality wrapped around the app that will sarcastically, acerbically, almost priggishly bully, cajole, and threaten you into setting alarms, and then make it you jump through tap, flip, and shake hoops to turn it off again.

There's quite a bit more to it than that, of course, and you can find out all about it on the CARROT website.

The short version: You'll hate it. You'll love it. You'll wake up.

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Original Tapatalk for iOS goes free, upgrades all users to the newer interface

The original version of Tapatalk for both iPhone and iPad is now free for all users and brings with it the completely redesigned interface that users of Tapatalk 2 already enjoy.

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Apps of the week: Snapseed, Vox, Solar Flux HD and more!

Another weekend is upon us, and that can only mean one thing. The iMore editorial team has come together once again to share with you some of the iOS and Mac apps they've been using this week. We've got a bit of a spread again, so let's jump straight in and take a look.

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Apple pushes out iTunes update to address iTunes in the Cloud issues

Apple has pushed out an update to iTunes for Mac and Windows that addresses issues users may have been having with iTunes in the Cloud. The bump to version 11.0.5 corrects an issue where iTunes in the Cloud would download or play unexpected items, and while it's not something we've seen ourselves, we're never going to turn away important fixes such as this.

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Google+ update adds Google Drive photo support and interface refinements

Google has pushed out an update to the Google+ app for iPhone and iPad that among other new features brings a refined interface and access to your Google Drive photos. Also on the changelog is support for Google Apps domains, and Messenger has been removed from the sidebar since that function is now folded into the standalone Hangouts app.

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Evomail for iOS updated with support for aliases, bug fixes, and more

Evomail for both iPhone and iPad has just received an update that contains support for aliases for Gmail, Yahoo, iCloud and IMAP accounts.

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