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Reward Summit for iOS helps you choose what credit card to use to maximize points and rewards

Reward Summit for both iPhone and iPad is an interesting little app that can help you track what credit cards give you the most rewards for certain types of purchases. The best part is you don't have to give any kind of sensitive information such as credit card numbers or even an email account to use it.

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Apps of the week: Readkit, iStat Menus, Pivvot and more!

It's the weekend again, and that means time for the iMore editorial team to come together once more and share with you a selection of our most used apps. As always, we've got a good spread that covers Mac and iOS, gaming, productivity and reading. Let's jump in and take a look!

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AgileBits previews 1Password 4 for Mac

AgileBits has released new details about 1Password 4 for Mac. Some new features bound for the desktop app this fall come directly from the iOS app, including iCloud syncing. You can now mark certain logins as favorites and store multiple logins for the same website. The browser extension has been redone, having be rewritten in Cocoa.

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myAT&T for iPhone updated with better interface and more account management options

The myAT&T app for iPhone has just been update to version 3.0.1 which may seem like a small point release but there's actually quite a bit there. If you use the myAT&T app to pay your bill straight from your iPhone, you will immediately notice a brand new interface.

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Apple reportedly opens up iWork for iCloud beta to all, go try it out!

Reports are coming in this morning that Apple has now opened up the iWork for iCloud beta to anyone with a registered Apple ID. This comes after the initial launch to registered developers only, and then a small number of selected non-developer accounts. But, now it seems everyone can go ahead and try out Apple's cloud based productivity suite.

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App Cubby rebrands as Contrast, teases Perfect Weather, Gas Cubby goes to Fuelly

App producer extraordinaire, David Barnard - you know him, most recently, from Launch Center Pro - is rebranding his company, App Cubby, into Contrast and teasing an all-new app, Perfect Weather, coming soon to iOS.

One of App Cubby's most renowned apps, Gas Cubby, isn't making the transition. Instead, it's being taken over by Andy Robinowitz and Fuelly, and they have big plans to further its development in its brand new home.

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ReadQuick comes to iPhone, makes your speed-reading even more mobile

ReadQuick has always been a phenomenal way to not only get great stuff to read on your iPad, but to get better at reading faster. Now, with version 1.5, they've taken all that speed-reading training and made it even more mobile. That's right, ReadQuick is now a universal app that also supports the iPhone and iPod touch.

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Find My iPhone gets updated, glitching out for some iOS 6 users

Find My iPhone has just been updated to version 2.0.3 and all Apple's saying is that it contains bug fixes and stability improvements.

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Notesuite for Mac and iPad on sale for those back to school days

Notesuite is a pretty fantastic productivity application for the iPad and the Mac, and now to 'celebrate' going back to school, both versions are enjoying pretty healthy price cuts. For the iPad you're now looking at an asking price of just $1.99, and for the Mac just $4.99, with regular pricing $4.99 and $9.99 respectively.

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The best back to school apps for Mac

It's that time of year when kids flock back to school and parents collectively breathe a sigh of relief. Some mornings the air is getting crisp and soon the leaves will start to turn - it's back to school time. If you're a Mac-using household and you'd like to get things together for the new school year, I've come up with a list of helpful Mac apps for you to look at. What's more, some of them integrate or complement iOS companion apps.

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