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Vesper updates to 007, supports iOS 7, 64-bit, typography controls, more

Vesper, the popular thought collection app for iPhone, has updated to version 007 and that means an all-new design for iOS 7, including new typography controls, and all new support for iPhone 5s, including the 64-bit Apple A7 chipset. Vesper was already prescient when it came to Apple design trends, but the update fits them fully into the reboot, and includes several incredibly tasteful new effects and treatments. The full list is available via the Vesper blog.

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Look at the time in a new way with Bars

Bars is a minimal, simple app that presents a clock, timer, and stopwatch in a unique way. The time in each particular view is always displayed the same way with numbers under each of the three bars: hours on the left, minutes in the middle, seconds on the right.

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Clear iPhone app returns to the App Store alongside universal Clear+ app

Realmac Software has made some changes to their popular iOS list app Clear. A new version of Clear was released last week as a universal app. It was released as a new app, meaning that existing users that wanted to upgrade to the universal version and get Clear on their iPad would need to pay $2.99.

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Instagram updated with official iOS 7 support, brings larger images and higher resolution

Instagram has just announced on their blog that they've released version 4.2 on the App Store which brings with it official support for iOS 7 as well as an updated look and feel to match the new design of iOS. Even more, the new design now allows for larger image sizes all around which means better resolution, according to Instagram:

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Next Expense Tracking 2.0 for iPhone brings a cleaner interface, French localization, and more

Next, one of our favorite expense tracking apps for iPhone has just been updated to version 2.0 and brings with it some refreshed design elements to better mesh with iOS 7 as well as some new features including French localization, the ability to add notes to expenses, and more.

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Echofon for iOS updated with new interface and support for iOS 7

Popular Twitter client Echofon has just updated both their free and paid versions with support for iOS 7. As you'd expect, the update includes a nice little facelift with new menus to match the iOS 7 look and feel.

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Strava Run updates to use the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s

Exercise apps are set to go to a new level with Apple's new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, and Strava Run is one of the first out of the gate to do so. The latest update to the app brings not only a swish looking new iOS 7 design, but also support for the M7 that promises better accuracy and better battery consumption on your runs:

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Sony PS4 companion app shown off in new images

As we get ever closer to the launch of the Sony PS4, we're seeing more of the Android and iOS companion application that will be released along side it. After a run through at the recent Tokyo Games Show, some new images posted by the Sony PlayStation Community manager gives us a closer look at it.

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PDFPen Scan + takes scanning and OCR mobile via iPhone/iPad camera

Smile Software has announced the release of PDFPen Scan +, a new iOS app that enables you to use the camera on your iOS device to scan documents, and read them in using Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

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Velocity wants to help you improve your reading speed

Velocity is an app that wants to teach you to read faster. It's fairly simple to use. Velocity gathers material from the web, along with Instapaper and Pocket, and feeds you text one word at a time by default.

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