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iPhone and iPod touch users on iOS 3.1.3 having trouble with App Store downloads

Reports in Apple's Support Community suggest some users running on older iOS 3.1.3 firmware are no longer able to download apps from the App Store after Apple pushed out an update on December 16th.

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Cut the Rope updated with new Buzz Box and iCloud support

Cut the Rope has been updated with a new Buzz Box and support for iCloud syncing. There is also a new hidden Om Nom drawing for you to collect.

I am so excited about iCloud support! I have both the iPhone and iPad version of Cut the Rope, but only play the iPhone version because I don't want to redo all the levels on my iPad. With this update, both devices with stay in sync!

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Daily Apps: QuickShot with Dropbox, Blast Aliens!, Bongiorno, IM+ Pro, SampleTank

QuickShot with Dropbox: Simplifies the process of uploading photos and videos to Dropbox. Everything you capture in the app is immediately uploaded without the need for any additional actions.

Blast Aliens!: Battle friends and become a legend in the Outworld Colonies in this action packed, real-time multi-player dueling game in vivid 3D!

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BiteSMS update brings full iOS 5 compatibility and more [Jailbreak]

BiteSMS, one of the best jailbreak apps available for the iPhone and iPod touch, has recently been pushed out of beta to version 6.0 with full support for iOS 5. The update brings along a number of new features as well -- here's the full change log:

Version 6.0

16 December 2011

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Developers rushing to submit apps before Apple's annual holiday break

The New York Times has a great piece up on how app developers for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are in a mad rush to get their apps submitted and approved into the App Store before it goes dark for Apple's annual holiday break.

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Facebook for iPhone gets Timeline support, more

Facebook has updated their iPhone app to version 4.1, bringing Timeline to the mobile app as well as access to friends lists and subscriptions. Here's the full update log:

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Top 5 best first-person shooter (FPS) games for iPhone and iPad

Breaking down the best, most must-have first-person shooter (FPS) games to blast and brawl your way through on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

First person shooters, affectionally initialized as FPS, are some of the most popular games on any platform and iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are no exception. While control was, and remains and issue -- glass multitouch doesn't provide the same options as a PC keyboard or dedicated gamepad -- the graphics, animation, ambiance, music, and intimacy of iOS makes for an incredibly exhilarating experience. From World Wars to space hulks, soldiers to monsters to the walking dead, hand-to-knife combat to blasters, ballistics, and beam weapons there are a plethora of choices available to the hardcore FPS gamer. Here are some of our favorites.

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TiPb Picks of the Week for December 17, 2011

Every week a few of us from team TiPb will bring you our current favorite, most fun and useful App Store apps, WebApps, jailbreak apps, even the occasional accessory, web site, or desktop app if the mood strikes us. As long as they’re iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch related, they’re fair game.

To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow on after the break!

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Never lose your car again with Find My Car Smart Kickstarter project

A new Kickstarter project from FMC Smart aims to make sure your iPhone never lets you forget where you've parked again!

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Revised iOS 5.0.1 update may make Siri port legally possible

Apple's revised iOS 5.0.1 update seems to have come with decrypted ramdisks, something which could make the port of Siri to other iOS devices legally possible. Before today’s firmware update, important files to get Siri working on other devices were encrypted in Apple’s file system. Decrypting them would be illegal and infringe on copyright and that is the main reason for it not being made available.

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