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Rock out even harder with your guitar and iOS using Amplitube 3.0 and iRig HD

IK Multimedia has introduced a new version of their Amplitube app, which enables iPad and iPhone users to model amps and effects pedals virtually. The new release, 3.0, adds timeline audio editing and new gear models.

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The Transit App updates with real-time vehicle location, and... goes free as in totally free!

I'm late with this. Not late in that I missed my train and bus, because the Transit App has ensured I haven't missed a single trip in almost a year. But late in covering that The Transit App updated to version 2.0 earlier this week and I'm just now telling you about it. Sorry for that. Here it is!

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Tweetbot for Mac updated with profile cover photo support, media timelines, and more

Tweetbot for Mac has just been updated with a few new features as well as some minor bug fixed. The most notable additions are media timeline view which lines up now with the iPhone and iPad version, profile cover image support, and some changes to tweet views.

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Olloclip companion app for iPhone review: Control the distortion effects created by your Olloclip 3-in-One lens system

If you're the owner of an Olloclip 3-in-One lens system, the awesome photography accessory that converts your iPhone's camera lens into a macro, wide angle, or fisheye, then the Olloclip companion app is a great choice for taking photos when using the Olloclip. It includes a mesh editor that lets you adjust the distortion effects created by olloclip as well as some other useful tools.

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Google Play Music All Access officially launching on iOS

Google's SVP of Android and Chrome, Sundar Pichai, dropped a pretty huge piece of news our way at the D11 conference; Google Play Music All Access is coming to iOS. Currently, there's unofficial apps that will get you into Google's new streaming service, but it's pretty huge news that Google is bringing it to iOS in an official capacity.

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Wunderlist Pro allows you to assign tasks, create unlimited subtasks, and more

The popular task management app Wunderlist has been updated recently to support pro subscriptions. While the basic version of Wunderlist gives you free sync across devices, the pro version will let you create an unlimited amount of subtasks, assign tasks with other users for better collaboration, and more.

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iTunes Festival 2013 headliners announced: Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, 30 Seconds to Mars and more!

Apple has this morning announced the first details of the iTunes Festival 2013, including dates and the headline acts. The iOS application for this years event is also now available to download, and is a great way for fans in the UK to try and win themselves some tickets. Some of the big names for this year; Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, 30 Seconds to Mars and Queens of the Stone Age!

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Sonos enhances Spotify connections and more in new update

Sonos is already one of the most flexible music systems available, and with the latest 4.1 update to its controller software for iOS, OS X, Android and Windows, it's gotten even better.

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Gmail for iOS and desktop getting overhauled, aims to put you back in control

Google's Gmail is the next service from Mountain View to go through an overhaul, and today they're showing off what is rolling out across the desktop and to iOS. The aim; to give back control of your inbox to you.

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Analog Camera review: Realmac filters the fun back into iPhone photography

Analog Camera is a new iPhone photography app by Realmac Software, the makers of Clear, that makes it incredibly fast -- and fun -- to take, process, and share photos. It includes the ability to separate focus and exposure, 8 filters, and an incredible design.

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