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Google+ Local being retired on August 7, another Google app bites the dust!

Google's never ending spring cleaning continues it seems, with the retirement of the Google+ Local iOS application destined for August 7. The app, which hasn't even been updated for the iPhone 5 as it is, acts as a directory for such locations as bars, restaurants, gas stations and local attractions. An email being sent out to users of the app regarding the closure was obtained by 9to5Mac:

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BillGuard for iPhone gets smarter about merchants, lets you to dispute charges in-app

BillGuard, a popular credit card and checking account monitoring service, has just released a rather significant update that makes grouping merchants and marking transactions even quicker. Even further, BillGuard will now let you dispute a merchant transaction directly within the app.

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Wunderlist updates offerings for Pro users, introduces Files and Team Pricing

The Wunderlist apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac have been updated to add support for Files, a new feature aimed at Pro users. They've also announced new Team Pricing for businesses as well as some updates and enhancements for all users.

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Evomail updated with Dropbox and Box support, lots of new in-app settings, and more

I just recently did a review of Evomail and came away extremely impressed with what it brought to the table when it comes to alternative mail clients. It's now been updated with even more great features including Dropbox and Box support for attachments. Other new additions include the ability to upload custom avatars for each account, a much more robust in-app settings panel, and more.

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Pearl Jam's official iOS app is 'Alive'

American rock band Pearl Jam has released an app for iPhone and iPad that gives fans a mobile portal to connect with the band, as well as other fans. Called Pearl Jam Official, the app features a comprehensive timeline of past Pearl Jam concerts, as well as their current tour schedule.

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iShows for iPhone: Easily, beautifully track your favorite TV shows and discover new ones

iShows is a new app for discovering and tracking your favorite TV shows. With a beautiful, gesture-driven interface you can easily find shows, view episode lists, share them with friends, view summaries of upcoming episodes, and more. While there are lots of apps available to discover and look up information on tv programming, iShows does it better. The interface is just a pleasure to use, almost like you're tapping and flicking through a card stacks in order to view different layers.

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App Store wants: More and better adult beverage apps!

Over the weekend I was out at a local brewery that has an awesome selection of craft beers so naturally I had the idea to work on a roundup containing the best iPhone apps for beer and wine drinkers. When I got back to the office after the weekend, I was quite shocked to find such a dismal selection of apps specializing in beer and wine whether it be finding local pubs, looking up different craft beers and wine types, or social type apps.

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Evomail for iPhone and iPad review: Full email folder support for the organizationally obsessed!

Evomail is an alternative email app for iPhone and iPad that takes a lot of the same features we love from Mailbox, Dispatch, and more but adds certain highly wanted features that a lot of others unfortunately lack, such as folder support. Evomail currently supports Gmail, iCloud, and Yahoo! accounts which makes it a pretty relevant option for almost everyone.

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djay 2 brings even better, more visual music mixing to iPad... and iPhone!

I have no musical talent. I feel like we know each other well enough by now that I can confide this to you. I'm tone deaf and incapable of keeping a beat. So, I will not be reviewing djay 2. I can't. It's beyond me. What I can do, however, is relate how I've seen it used by those with actual talent, and how easy it was for me to use despite having none at all. And it turns out, when it comes to djay 2, that's a lot.

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Channel 4 updates 4od with downloadable content, but it's pretty disappointing

Channel 4 is this morning pushing out what they're calling a mandatory update to their 4od iOS app for on-demand TV content. The major new features are downloadable content for "30-day catch up content" to watch offline at your leisure for a limited time, and the introduction of collections which link different programmes together by theme to help you discover great new shows.

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