Apps

Quickly multitask between Twitter, Facebook, RSS, the web, and more with Panes for iPad

Panes is an iPad app that lets you easily multitask between Twitter, Facebook, RSS, the web, and more. All of your widgets can be found at the bottom of the screen, like a dock, so that the one you want to switch too is literally just a tap away.

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Instapaper vs Pocket vs Readability: iPhone read later app shootout

Instapaper, Pocket (formerly known as Read It Later), and Readability are all great ways to "read later", or time-shift the Web articles and other content you don't have time to read now. (Think of them as TiVo for the web.) Some are highly focused on text, others also prioritize photos and videos. Some are highly focused on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad only, others offer more cross-platform and Android support. Each one tries to solve the same problem -- letting you enjoy the content you want to enjoy, when you want to enjoy it -- but goes about it in a different way. So which one does it best, and for whom?

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Timegg for iPhone review

If you've been on the hunt for an app to replace Apple's Clock app, Timegg for iPhone is a beautiful choice. It features a very stylish, easy to use UI and allows you to set up to 8 custom alarms, 8 custom timers (with intervals), due date reminders, and interval reminders.

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Draw Something update lets you comment, share, undo, save, and more!

Draw Something, the super-popular iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad app that lets players take turns guessing each others -- often comically bad -- pictures has been updated with a crayon box full of new features.

First off, you can now "say something" by commenting on drawings. That's right -- no more need to sarcastically scrawl your trash talk by hand before getting on with your own drawing.

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Pocket founder Nate Weiner talks transition from Read it Later, time shifting content, and going free

We had a chance to sit down and talk to Pocket's (formerly Read it Later) founder, Nate Weiner, and developer Max Weiner about their recent re-branding and the transition from a read-later service to a read-, watch-, and generally enjoy-later powerhouse. With a newly redesigned app, continued cross-platform focus, and business model that includes giving the app away from free, it's a huge gamble for Pocket.

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Pay down your debts faster and save money with Debt Snowball+ for iPhone

Debt Snowball+ for iPhone utilizes the snowball method of paying off debts to help eliminate them quicker and cut down on the amount of interest paid over the life of a loan. If you need a quicker way to pay things down or feel as if you're paying on loans and just aren't getting anywhere, apps like this can help you set attainable goals within your budget.

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Apple approves a Bluetooth on/off toggle app for your home screen

Apple has approved an app called Bluetooth OnOff that simply allows you to turn your Bluetooth connection on and off from your home screen. Apple hasn’t previously permitted any apps that connect and interact to stock settings until now; so this is an interesting development.

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Pocket for iPhone and iPad review

Put all the articles, videos, and pictures that you can't get to now, right into your Pocket so you can enjoy them later

The service formerly known as Read It Later has been updated with a new look, a new name, and a new price -- it's called Pocket, and it's free! With Pocket, you can save articles, photos, videos, and just about anything you encounter on the web and social networks for offline viewing at your leisure and convenience, on your iPhone, iPad, or other devices.

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SpellTower for iPhone and iPad offers a fun twist to classic word search

SpellTower for iPhone and iPad is a fun word game that adds a fun twist to the classic word search game. Instead of being limited to spelling words vertically, horizontally, and diagonally, you can choose your letters in any direction.

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The Avengers assemble on iPhone and iPad!

Iron Man Mark VII, The Hulk, and Avengers Assemble hit iOS to promote the next mighty Marvel movie!

Marvel has been hard at work getting preparations in place for what is, to some, one of the most highly anticipated movies of the summer: The Avengers. Part of those plans include iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps designed to help promote the release, and available now in the iTunes App Store.

As expected, all of the apps are beautifully designed and are built to capture Avenger fans new and old, comic book and movie. In total, there are three apps to choose from thus far: Avengers Origins: Assemble and Avengers Origins: Hulk both, from Marvel's parent company, Disney Publishing Worldwide, and Marvel's The Avengers: Iron Man - Mark VII from Loud Crow Interactive. If you're a Marvel fan, Avengers Fan, or simply an Iron-Man or Hulk fan, you'll want to check them out.

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