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Apps of the week: Ember, Cannon Crasha, The Drowning, and more!

It's that time of the week again, when the iMore writing staff comes together to share with you some of those apps we've been using the most this week. Once again we've got a good spread, covering both iOS and Mac, with apps for tracking expenses, a few iOS games, and something to keep the kids busy!

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How to customize safe search filtering results in YouTube for iOS

If you use the YouTube app to browse and watch videos, you may not be aware that by default YouTube may be filtering out certain search results based on what filter settings you have set up under your YouTube account.

You can easily change them straight from your iPhone and iPad. It's a good thing to know how to do especially if you have younger children you don't want coming across explicit content by mistake. Here's how:

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InterConneX offers file management and sharing for your iPad

Econ Technologies has released InterConneX for iPad, a file management and sharing app that wants to be the destination for your files on the iPad. You can choose to keep the Sharespaces, or folders, private, or you can make them public to be shared with other InterConnex users.

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Download hit game Color Zen for free, via Apple Store app

The Apple Store app for iPhone has added a free content offer as previous reports indicated that it would, letting app users download the game Color Zen for free.

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Twine wants to bring balance to your mobile flirting

Twine is a new "flirting" app that places importance on gender balance within the app. When you sign up for Twine using your Facebook login, you're placed in a queue before you can use the app, where you wait until there is someone who balances you out, so to speak. Whether you're looking for someone of the same or the opposite sex, you must wait until someone else wants to join who is potentially compatible with you.

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URL2PDF for iOS lets you turn any web page into a shareable PDF in just seconds

URL2PDF for iPhone and iPad lets you easily take any web page and turn it into a well laid out PDF complete with clickable links. You can then print, email, or share the created PDF with one of the many supported third party apps including Evernote, Dropbox, Droplr, and more.

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BBM hitting the BlackBerry Beta Zone for Android, reports of iOS beta also surface

BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) may be entering the final furlong as it approaches its much hyped, long awaited cross-platform release with a new version hitting the BlackBerry Beta Zone. Emails are reportedly hitting selected inboxes inviting participation in the cross-platform program for Android 4.x devices, while the same report claims that iOS beta testing is also being conducted.

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Simpsons: Tapped out update brings Krustyland, theme park rides, new episodes, and more!

Simpsons: Tapped Out fans will want to grab the latest update which includes the options to build and re-open Krustyland. After purchasing Krustyland and building it, you can add your own theme park rides, mascots, and more.

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Quip lets you collaborate on documents in real time on iPhone, iPad, and the web

Quip is a new word processing app that puts an emphasis on collaboration. Calling itself a "modern word processor", Quip lets you create documents and check-lists easily on the iPhone, iPad, and in a desktop browser.

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Official Imgur app launches on iOS, for all your viral image needs

Following its release on Android about a month back, the official Imgur app has now finally seen its release for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. The app is free to download, and is basically a carbon copy of the Android version, with no missing features or functionality.

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