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Explore the past with Back in Time for iPad

Back in Time is a new iPad app that tells the story of the universe. Now you can explore the past through photos, animations and videos.

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Stinger Foosball League brings table soccer to iPhone and iPad [video]

Table Foosball has to be one of the best games to play with your friends especially after a couple of beers. Unfortunately, you don't see these awesome football tables around very often. Well, some good news, you can now play it in all its glory on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch thanks to Stinger Foosball League.

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App Giveaway: The Cleveland Show Dance Off

The Cleveland Show Dance Off is a new iPhone and iPad game by Fox Mobile Entertainment. You must tap and slide your fingers to the beat to make Cleveland dance.

This app reminds me a bit of Tap Tap Revenge - only with humor! It's fun, challenging, and has a way of improving my mood.

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Spotify now open to the masses

Just two months after hitting the US in an invite-only beta, Spotify is now open to to the public and is offering users 6 months worth of unlimited streaming under the free account.

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Pooh's Birthday Surprise for iPhone and iPad now available [Kids Corner]

The story of Winnie the Pooh's birthday is now available on the iPhone and iPad. Pooh's Birthday Surprise is an interactive storybook aimed to encourage reading and early math concepts.

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Top 5 best alternative podcast apps for iPhone and iPad

TiPb checks out the best, most must-have podcasting apps to load up on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad

If Apple's built-in iPod/Music app just isn't enough for your podcast listening needs, you're in luck -- TiPb has put together our top 5 favorite podcast apps from the App Store. From finding to streaming to downloading to managing, these are the best podcatcher apps we've found to date. Read on to see our recommendations!

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Watch live news with WSJ Live for iPad

The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones & Company have released WSJ Live, an iPad app to watch live news and on-demand video from reporters worldwide.

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Thursday, September 22

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Zombie Highway: The goal is to survive... but you wont. How long will you last? It's you, your heavily armed passenger, against a boatload of super-strong, leaping zombies. [Free for iPhone and iPad - App Store link]

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Apple Store for iPhone receives a criptic update

The Apple Store app for iPhone received an update today with the following release notes:

Requires iOS 4.0 or later

Holy cryptic release notes Batman! My guess is that the update is actually in preparation for the pending release of the iPhone 5. What do you think?

[App Store link, thanks Jonathan!]

Have an app you'd love to see featured on TiPb? Email us at iosapps@tipb.com, tell us about your app (include an iTunes link), and we'll take a look.

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Skype admits to iPhone app security problem, releasing a fix "soon"

Skype has stated they are aware of a serious cross-site scripting vulnerability within the chat feature for Skype on the iPhone. The security hole could allow for malicious JavaScript code to access to your address book and is known to affect versions 3.0.1 and below.

Skype reached out to TechCrunch to say they're hard at work on getting an update pushed to the App Store.

We are working hard to fix this reported issue in our next planned release which we hope to roll out imminently. In the meantime we always recommend people exercise caution in only accepting friend requests from people they know and practice common sense internet security as always.

The funny thing is, Skype has known about the issue for a while now. AppSec Consulting security researcher Phil Purviance helped discover the problem and let Skype know about it almost a month ago. Skype responded saying they would release an update earlier this month, but we're nearing the end of September and there's no update to be found.

Here's hoping Skype gets on this quick and pushes out an update soon, but in the meantime check out the video below detailing how the vulnerability works.

[superevr, TechCrunch]

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