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The Trouble with iTunes on the Mac and Windows

For a company that prides itself on providing a top-notch user experience, Apple ought to hang its head in shame for the disaster that iTunes has turned into. It's a bloated, piggish, unreliable mess. It's the application we love to hate. It's the application that some of us just hate. But we put up with it. Because we have no choice.

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Bugshot updated with blur tool to hide all your privates

Bugshot, the fast, simple screenshot annotation and bug reporting tool by Marco Arment has been updated to version 1.1 and, in addition to fixes, now sports both a handy "Open in..." feature, as well as a blur tool for covering sensitive information. Or body parts. We don't judge.

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Tiny Story! for iPhone and iPad bundles a cute story line with fun puzzles and amazing graphics

Tiny Story! for iPhone and iPad tells the story of a ladybug who just wants to fall in love. In order to impress the ladybug of his dreams, you'll have to help him solve puzzles by interacting with other insects and characters by completing puzzles.

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Twitterrific 5 update brings refreshed interface, new Today view, and more

Twitterrific 5 has just received an update that brings with it a new Today view section that shows all your most recent mentions, followers, and more. The update also brings with it some nice visual enhancements to both the overall interface as well as the fonts and menus.

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Ember review: Mac digital scrapbooking made easy

Realmac Software on Tuesday released its newest Mac application, Ember. It's the successor to Realmac's screenshot-grabbing tool Littlesnapper, building upon that app's foundation but adding digital scrapbooking functions that make gathering digital images quick, easy and fun.

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Landcam for iPhone brings filter packs, editing options, and instant upload to Instagram

If you're bored with the default filter options Instagram gives you, Landcam for iPhone can add a little variety to your photos. You can also natively edit things like exposure and brightness before exporting your photo straight to Instagram.

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Keep all your tasks and todo lists in sync across multiple platforms and browsers with Todoist

Todoist is a task management and todo app with not only a great and easy to use interface but already supports pretty much any platform you might find yourself on. With support for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Mac OS X, Windows, and many browsers, it's one of the best options for platform hoppers.

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How to view every Instagram photo and video you've ever liked with Instagram for iPhone

Ever been stuck looking for a photo or video someone posted on Instagram but couldn't find it again or remember what that person's exact username was? If you know you liked the photo or video when you originally saw it, there's an easier way.

Instagram for iPhone allows you to quickly view every photo you've ever liked in just a few taps. Here's how:

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If you're not a fan of the official Google Drive app, GoDocs makes for a great alternative

Aside from giving you quick access to Google Drive for all your documents and videos, GoDocs offers support for multiple accounts, push notifications, and more. For users who don't feel the official Google Drive app is powerful enough, GoDocs is worth a look.

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Narrato takes the work out of journaling, lets you import social streams for safe-keeping

Narrato is a new journaling app for iPhone from the creator of Rivr that takes some of the redundancy out of saving our favorite moments. Outside of being able to create unique private journal entries, Narrato also allows you to import moments from your social streams.

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