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Google Earth adds Street View for your ground-level peeping pleasure

Google Earth for iOS has just been updated to version 7.1 and among the big new features is Street View, just like its cousin, Google Maps, has been enjoying for a while now. According to Haris Ramicthe, the program manager, on the Google Maps blog:

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Qwiki for iPhone review: Turn your iPhone photos into stunning, shareable slideshows in seconds

Qwiki for iPhone's whole purpose is to allow you to turn all your already existing photos into beautiful slideshows in just a matter of seconds. Your slideshows, complete with transitions and music from your own library, can then be shared via your social networks and on Qwiki with a simple tap. If you're looking for an easy way to share memories without any heavy lifting involved, Qwiki is great for traveling, moments with your kids, and anything else you'd want to compile into a single file to share.

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Where's My Mickey? for iPhone review: Help Mickey work his way through over 100 head scratching levels

Where's My Mickey? for iPhone is Disney's newest Mickey adventure where you'll help him and his friends collect water and evade the elements to complete each story line. Throughout each of 5 separate stories, you'll need to think your way through how to complete each level without losing water along the way or not getting it to Mickey at all. Collecting stars along the way gives you higher points. Collect all three to ace each level.

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Game, set and match! Enjoy Wimbledon 2013 with your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

The 2013 Wimbledon tennis tournament is upon us, and naturally a lot of you folks will be glued to the action. Not everyone can make it to Wimbledon, or to a television set, so that means following anyway you can. Thankfully, with your iOS devices in hand, you need never be more than a few taps away from all the latest, if only without the strawberries and cream. Lets take a look at some of the best.

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Clipchat for iPhone review: A Snapchat clone with a much better interface

Clipchat for iPhone does pretty much the same thing Snapchat does, self destructing photos and videos. If you've ever used Snapchat before, you're probably already aware that the interface is terrible and to be quite honest, pretty tacky. Clipchat's design is quite the opposite actually, and provides the same functionality and allows you to search for friends or invite them directly from Facebook, Twitter, or email.

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Rdio family subscription plans now allow five people, pricing plans amended to suit

Rdio, the popular music streaming service, has announced some changes to their family subscription plans that increases the number of people allowed to five. This is up from the three people previously allowed on the plan, and Rdio has amended their pricing structure slightly to suit:

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Task for iPhone and iPad review: To-do list creation that's easy, fun, and beautiful

Task for iPhone and iPad was recently updated to version 2.0. For those who enjoy Clear either for iOS or Mac, Task is very similar but uses a little bit different of an organization scheme. Instead of hierarchies and levels like Clear, Task takes a simpler approach and just organizes reminders by date. Didn't finish one? That's okay, Task can automatically just move it to tomorrow for you.

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Apps of the week: #nwplyng, Felix for App.net, Trakato and more!

Another week, and another selection of the apps which have been gracing our iOS devices. This week we're trying something new, and we're breaking apart our picks. Today we have apps, absolutely no games. Then, following along tomorrow, we'll be posting a selection of the games we've been playing in the last seven days. So, here's the app picks!

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Still looking for a Google Reader replacement? AOL steps up to the plate!

We're little over a week out from Google Reader's planned closure, and AOL is the latest -- and perhaps, slightly unlikely -- source of a replacement service ready to fill the Google shaped void. AOL Reader has launched in beta form, though access seems highly restricted at this time, and you will be able to sign in via your Google account. Engadget, an AOL company, has confirmed that invite requests to AOL Reader will be accepted beginning Monday, June 24.

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How to get iMore to cover your apps and games

Today's Talk Mobile was all about helping developers better market their apps. Media outlets like iMore are an important part of that marketing, yet like any resource, we have our limits. We get dozens of app submissions a day and sometimes hundreds a week, but we only have time to cover a handful. And as much as we love developers and apps, we love our readers even more, and take our responsibility to them incredibly seriously. We're only ever going to offer them the very best apps and games we can find. To put it bluntly, if something looks or works like crap, we're not going anywhere near it.

So, if you're a developer and you've made an amazing app or game, what's the best way to ensure it gets featured on iMore? There's no absolute answer to that question -- it's a classic chaos equation -- but there's a lot of things that can help, and a few that can hinder:

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