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Yojimbo 4.0 released with new syncing service

Version 4.0 of information organizing application Yojimbo has been released by Bare Bones Software, retiring MobileMe support and bringing in a new syncing mechanism. Yojimbo 4.0 now uses the Wasabi syncing service to move data across devices.

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Yelp for iOS updated, finally allows you to leave reviews for businesses

Yelp for both iPhone and iPad have just been updated to version 2.0 with the ability to finally leave reviews straight from a mobile device. Yes, you heard that right. No longer will you have to log on to a computer in order to post a review.

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Enjoy buying movies and TV from Google Play? Here's how to watch them on your iOS device!

If you use an iPhone, an iPad or an iPod touch, then there's a strong possibility you already get your online TV and movie fix from iTunes, Netflix or Hulu. But, what about Google Play Movies and TV? If you were an Android user that's now crossed over to using iOS, you may well have a bunch of stuff you bought from Google. Or, you just might prefer to buy things from the Play Store. But, you're stuck, right? No mobile app to watch them on iOS means you're limited to where you can watch them? Actually, that's not quite true. There is a way, and it's ridiculously simple. Here's how to watch your Google Play video content on your iOS device.

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Indigo 6 home automation software for OS X adds Z-Wave support, more

Perceptive Automation has released Indigo 6, a major new release of their home automation software for OS X. The new release adds support for Z-Wave devices, expands support for Insteon devices and adds new energy monitoring capabilities.

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PrintLife Mac print project app adds new greeting card features

Chronos on Tuesday announced the release of PrintLife 1.1, its print project software for OS X. The new release contains a number of changes designed to make it easier to print greeting cards.

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Daylite 4.3 update streamlines business management on iOS and OS X

Marketcircle on Tuesday announced the release of Daylite 4.3 for iOS and OS X, along with updates to Daylite Mail Assistant and Daylite Server. Daylite is Marketcircle's business management software with project management, customer relationship management, scheduling and much more.

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Ember for Mac adds Smart Drawing, makes your shapes beautiful

Ember for Mac has received an update that adds a Smart Drawing feature, along with other, smaller enhancements and fixes. When annotating a document, Smart Drawing detects when you have drawn an arrow, a circle, or a square, and automatically turns them into smooth shapes.

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Pocket Casts 4 for iOS 7 gets teased by Shifty Jelly

Shifty Jelly caused some controversy recently by going Android-first for their big Pocket Casts 4 update, but now that iOS 7 is incoming - see our complete preview - they shifting out of jelly and into high gear to get the new version ready for launch day. Here's what they're teasing on the Shifty Jelly blog:

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Facebook for iOS updated with OpenTable integration for restaurant reservations, better hashtag support, and more

Facebook for iOS has just been updated with a few new features for both iPhone and iPad users including the ability to tap on hashtags to view more on that specific topic, options to make restaurant reservations at participating locations in the US, and a cleaner timeline interface for iPad users.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps for elementary school: MathBoard, Super Speller, Intro to Letters, and more!

The start of the school year is just around the corner and that means school shopping, textbooks, and all of the other rituals we all do before sending kids off for another year of learning. Whether you have a child in elementary school or you teach at an elementary level, there are lots of education apps available in the App Store for both iPhone and iPad that can help both student and teacher make learning fun this school year.

Here are the ones I've found to be the best in helping elementary level students...

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