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Elements 2.0 - Dropbox And Markdown Powered Text Editor for iPhone and iPad now available

Elements - Dropbox And Markdown Powered Text Editor has gone 2.0. The update includes support for publishing to Facebook and Twitter as well as exporting to Dropbox, Evernote, iTunes, and Email.

I never do my writing on the iPhone or iPad, but I'm going to give Elements a try and perhaps (hopefully) that will change.

Details and screenshots after the break.

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Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad now syncs across devices

Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad has been updated with Tweet Marker, a new feature that syncs timeline positions across all versions.

This new feature makes me really excited! To me, it's a no-brainer for developers to include this ability with their Twitter apps and I look forward to it becoming the norm. Now if Twitterrific would just add native push notifications, it'd be pretty darn close to perfect.

Details and screenshots after the break.

[App Store link]

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Thursday, August 11

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

Any other big apps or game releases or updates today? If you pick any of these up, let us know what you think!

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IM+ Pro for iPhone and iPad goes on sale

IM+ Pro, the popular instant messaging client for the iPhone and iPad, is on sale for 40% off.

Of all the instant messaging clients available, IM+ has always been my favorite.

Features and screenshots after the break.

[App Store link]

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Chat for GTalk now available

Chat for GTalk is a Google Talk client for the iPhone. The appearance is highly customizable and comes with three themes.

I'm not a big Google Talk user, but if I was, the UI and themes for this app would suck me in.

Details, screenshots, and video after the break.

[App Store link]

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Send voice messages with HeyTell for iPhone

HeyTell is an iPhone app that allows users to send voice messages to each other without actually making a phone. It's like texting, only voice.

I have not had a chance to try this out yet, but it comes highly recommended by a TiPb reader. [Thanks Matt!]

Details and screenshots after the break.

[App Store link]

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yap.TV Social TV Guide for iPhone and iPad

yap.TV Social TV Guide is an iPhone and iPad Twitter client for TV. In addition to browsing TV shows, yap.TV allows you to connect with other fans of your favorite shows through Twitter and Facebook as well as read the Twitter feeds and browse photos of your favorite stars.

[App Store link]

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Wednesday, August 10

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Slide-N-Glide: Tilt the device to get the green sliders through the hole in the center of the game grid while leaving the blue sliders on the grid. [$0.99 for iPhone and iPad - App Store link]

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Measures HD for iPad now available

Measures HD, by Neuwert Media, is an iPad utility app that converts between currency and units of measure.

In addition to all features available in the iPhone version, Measures for iPad supports unlimited number of favorites and wikipedia look-up feature providing additional information for the units you choose. The UI for the iPad version was created from scratch to provide the best user experience.

Screenshots and details after the break.

[iTunes link]

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Amazon announces Kindle Cloud Reader web app for iPad, Mac, Windows

Amazon just let us know that their Kindle Cloud Reader is now live, and lets you read any of their over 950,000 Kindle books right in Safari on iPad, Mac, or Windows, or Chrome on Windows, Mac, or Linux, without needing the Kindle app or hardware.

“We are excited to take this leap forward in our ‘Buy Once, Read Everywhere’ mission and help customers access their library instantly from anywhere,” said Dorothy Nicholls, Director, Amazon Kindle. “We have written the application from the ground up in HTML5, so that customers can also access their content offline directly from their browser. The flexibility of HTML5 allows us to build one application that automatically adapts to the platform you’re using – from Chrome to iOS. To make it easy and seamless to discover new books, we’ve added an integrated, touch optimized store directly into Cloud Reader, allowing customers one click access to a vast selection of books.”

While there's no iPhone or iPod touch (it tells you your browser isn't supported and you should download Safari or Chrome, though hopefully a better intercept screen is in the works), it's a full HTML5 web app and includes offline storage. I've tried it out on iPad and it works quickly and cleanly. The Kindle Store is built in, so there's no jarring transition to the Amazon.com version of the store, and all the menus and options work really well. Likewise, the text is just a legible as it is in the app, and the WhisperSync works perfectly. Hopefully it keeps up that level of performance when personal libraries get really big.

With the controversy that arose in the wake of Apple's App Store subscription service, and the requirements to match pricing (since dropped) and remove links to external stores (still in effect), it felt like only a matter of time before Amazon would go this route. It will be interesting to see how many others follow.

Details and screen shots after the break. Anyone going to stop using the app and switch to the web app?

[www.amazon.com/cloudreader]

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