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Agenda Calendar 4 for iPhone review: One of the best alternative calendar apps just got better

We took a look at Agenda Calendar for iPhone and iPad back when they were first released and this time, the guys over at Savvy Apps are back with Agenda Calendar 4. This time around they've managed to make a great app even better by cutting unnecessary UI items and adding easy to use gestures.

I've had some time over the past few weeks to use the iPhone version of Agenda Calendar 4 and I have to say that I've come away more delighted than I was with the original version, which was also quite good.

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Head for Instagram and Gmail give you quick access to your accounts right from your Mac desktop

We recently took a look at Head for Facebook and I was quite impressed at the unobtrusive way it allowed me to access Facebook on my Mac desktop in one single click but didn't get in the way. The creators of Head for Facebook have now released Head for Instagram and Head for Gmail. Two separate apps that give you the same functionality of their Facebook counterpart, right on your Mac desktop.

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Google Maps 2.0 for iOS review: Now with Explore, traffic, and iPad support

It's finally here; Google Maps has been updated with proper iPad support. OK, so it goes beyond just iPad support, it includes all the cool stuff Google talked about back at Google I/O in May. But, since we've all seen Google Maps on the iPhone before, this time out we're going to take a look at both the new stuff, and how it looks on the iPad.

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Branch launches Potluck, a social network without the social headaches

Potluck is a new social network developed by Branch that allows you to share content in the form of links. It manages how you interact with others a little differently though. Instead of checking your Twitter feed or Facebook feed for contact that might interest you, friends can simply tag you only in the content they think would interest you while you do the same.

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Logic Pro X review: Great for podcasters, great period

Logic Pro X is the latest in a line of re-imagined software from Apple, something they started doing years ago with their video apps, iMovie and later, Final Cut Pro X. This new, more mainstream-friendly direction hasn't been without controversy, especially among professionals. So what does it means for Logic Pro users - and potential Logic Pro users - in general, and for podcasting in particular?

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Chrome for iOS update lets you open links in other Google apps

Google Chrome for iOS has received a major update, adding integration with other Google apps, along with other enhancements, including data use management and improved voice search.

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Track, analyze, and budget your personal finances with Dollarbird for iPhone

Dollarbird is a new finance app that aims to make it easier for you to manage and analyze your personal finances. The unique thing about Dollarbird is that it functions much like a calendar which means adding an income or expense is done just as easily as adding an event to a calendar.

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Media Picks of the Week: Homeland, Harry Potter Complete Collection, Sound City and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore select some of our favorite, most useful, and most extraordinary apps. We're trying something new this week by extending the concept to some of our favorite media too. Let us know what you think of these picks (and this idea).

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Whatsapp moves to yearly subscription payment, app now free to download

Accompanying the latest update to Whatsapp, the developers have now changed the pricing of the app bringing it in line with other platforms. Instead of charging $0.99 for the app, Whatsapp is now free to download and use for the first year. After that, a $0.99 subscription charge per year will incur.

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Google Maps SDK for iOS updated, gives developers street view and indoor maps for their app

Alongside the much anticipated update to the Google Maps application for iOS, the Maps team at Mountain View has gone ahead and pushed out a new version of the Maps SDK for iOS. This is the tool that iOS app developers need to put to work in order to incorporate Google Maps into their creations, and the latest version adds a couple of headline new features; street view and indoor maps.

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