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Reeder for iPhone update now live, Feedly support arrives in the nick of time

We heard just a few days ago that popular RSS reading app, Reeder for iPhone, was going free while an update for the Google-pocalypse was awaiting approval by Apple. That update has now been approved, and not a moment too soon as Google Reader has now closed its doors for good.

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Microsoft launches Xbox Music web player, iOS app still nowhere to be seen

Microsoft has taken another step forward with its Xbox Music service by launching the much rumored web player, though any iOS app is still very much absent. With a web client now active, it means that Mac using Xbox Music subscribers, of which we're sure there's a few, can listen to their music. Until now, only Windows users had been able to get their music on their desktops.

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Microsoft gives OneNote for iOS an overhaul, ground up rebuild with refreshed interface

Microsoft continues to show its iOS portfolio some attention with todays launch of a major update to their OneNote application for iPhone and iPad. Following the — albeit limited — launch of Office for iOS, OneNote has been redesigned from the ground up with a mostly new codebase and a new, cleaner interface that is more consistent across platforms, as well as a more consistent, rich editing experience.

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Social Networking: How to get started on your iPhone and iPad!

Today on Talk Mobile we asked if and how you needed to be on social networks. While it might seem everyone is already hip deep in online status and sharing, the truth is, if you're just getting started online or on mobile, social can be more than a little confusing if not downright intimidating.

If you're already a social expert, bookmark this article so you can share it with your friends and family who aren't yet as socially savvy, and jump down to the comments so you can add your experience and advice. If you're all new to networking, keep on reading and we'll help get you started!

If you're already a social expert, bookmark this article so you can share it with your friends and family who aren't yet as socially savvy, and jump down to the comments so you can add your experience and advice. If you're all new to networking, keep on reading and we'll help get you started!

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Want a reduced price Google Music All Access subscription? Today's your final chance!

I would have hoped that this day would come after the launch of the official iOS application, but anyway; if you're interested in Google Music All Access today is your last chance to get in at the reduced price. For anyone who signs up before the end of today, the monthly fee will be $7.99, $2 less than the regular price that will come into effect as of tomorrow.

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Best of the rest: Golden trails 2, Passwordbox, ProPhotos, and more!

Every week we provide you guys with app reviews for iPhone, iPad, and Mac as well as give you the scoop on the hottest new and updated apps. No matter how much time we spend writing reviews or posting news on app updates, there's no denying that the App Store is a huge marketplace to dig through.

That's why we think these apps are worth mentioning even if we didn't have time to give them all full on reviews. This week we found a few weather apps, some children's apps for both parents and kids, some games for both Mac and iOS, and more.

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Apps of the week: Instacast, Wibbitz, Over and more!

Another week has passed us by, and that means it's time once again for the iMore team to share with with you the apps they've been using this week. We've got a couple of podcast solutions for Mac and iOS, a live concert app, a news app and more. Lets take a look.

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Despicable Me: Minion Rush for iPhone and iPad review: Temple Run style game play, but with minions!

In Despicable Me: Minion Rush you're tasked with the job of overcoming lots of obstacles in order to become employee of the year and impress your super villain boss, Gru. Flicking and swiping the screen as well as tilting it will guide your minion through each course. The object is to get through each level without running into any obstacles along the way. If you're a fan of Temple Run games, you'll find Minion Rush just as enjoyable, if not more.

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Newsblur will look after your RSS long after Google has said goodbye

In rounding up the possible go-to RSS services after Google Reader closes its doors, it seems one slipped our attention; Newsblur. On the face of it, Newsblur looks to offer a similarly solid product to some other RSS services, and comes with the option of a paid, premium account to access the full range of features. The recommendation for Newsblur actually came from iMore community member Ben Pike, who particularly likes the "training" aspect of Newsblur:

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Sprinkle for iPhone and iPad review: Fight fires and save villages but don't run out of water first!

Sprinkle for iPhone and iPad is a great casual puzzler in which you'll control a water cannon in order to distinguish fires and save villages. The trick is that you've only got so much water and obstacles stand in the way of you and several fires. You'll have to use the water in order to move objects out of the way or cascade water on top of them in order to splash it up where you need it.

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