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Photoristic HD for iPad is a great canvas for basic to semi-advanced photo editing

Photoristic HD for iPad is an editing app specifically for iPad that gives you a lot of the basic editing tools Adobe's Camera Raw program would give you including white and black levels, luminance, split toning, and more. For those who use a camera kit with a DSLR and need to do quick edits on the fly, Photoristic HD is a nice option to have on standby.

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Apps of the week: Indie Pixel, Editorial, StuntCopter and much more!

It's a holiday weekend in the U.S. and Canada, and that means it's time for iMore's editorial Oompa-Loompas to share with you a selection of our most used apps.

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With the PS4 companion app for iOS, buy a new game and have it waiting for you at home

Back in February we first heard about Sony's plans for a companion app for iOS to their new PlayStation 4 console. Part of the functionality will be a mobile store – sort of like the one Steam already offers – where you will be able to purchase new PS4 titles on the go. Now it seems that it goes a little further than that.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps for getting around the London Underground

If you live in, or visit London at any point, there's a higher than average chance you'll use the infamous 'Tube' to get around the city. It's busy, it's cramped, but it's still the quickest way generally of getting from A-to-B and avoiding the horrendously congested roads. But what if you don't know how to get where you're going, or just generally want to keep the latest Underground information at your fingertips? The good news is there's some great apps for your iPhone and iPad to help you get around on the Underground.

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Doo brings all of your Internet docs into one place

The powerful document organizing app/service doo, which brings all of your documents from different services together, has launched on the iPhone. Doo for iPhone collects your chosen documents in one place and also works with various other services including Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, and email accounts (along with doo's own cloud service, naturally).

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Introducing the all-new iMore Chrome extension!

Those crazy kids at Android Central, combined with our awesome tech team, have instigated and implemented something that's going to make life a whole hell of a lot easier for iMore readers who happen to spend their lives in Chrome for Mac or Windows. (Hey, more than you think!) And that little bit of brightness is the brand spanking new iMore Chrome Extension.

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Boundless text book service now available for iPad

Boundless, a textbook service that lets you purchase and download the equivalents of what you were assigned for a class, has just released an update that adds support for iPad.

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Best iPhone, iPad, and Mac gear and apps for back to school!

Whether you - or someone you love - has already gone back to school, are just about to, or the next school year is still far off in the future, there are a ton of great apps and accessories to make your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad even better in the classroom, and the Mac even more productive. We've spent the last few weeks collecting our favorites, and here they are in one convenient, bookmarkable and shareable place!

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1Password 4 for iPhone and iPad half price in back to school sale!

1Password needs little introduction really, it's one of our absolute favorite apps for iOS to keep your passwords strong and secure. It isn't the lowest priced app you'll come across, though – you pay for what you get mind – but Agilebits is known for frequent sales helping folks get in for less.

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PDFpen for iPad and Mac on sale for 50% off

PDFpen by Smile Software lets you easily fill in, annotate, and otherwise work wonders with PDF files, and what's even better - there are versions for both the iPad and the Mac. I've used them for everything from marking up ebooks for editing on my iPad, to filling out government forms on my Mac, and they've worked terrifically well each and every time.

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