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GhostBird acquired by Yahoo!, Kitcam and PhotoForge 2 now removed from the App Store

GhostBird Software, the developers of Kitcam and PhotoForge 2, has been purchased by Yahoo! to become part of the Flickr team. As a result, both applications have now been removed from the App Store, though will continue to work for anyone who has already downloaded them. Equally, if you've ever had either of the apps you'll still be able to re-download them. While disappointing for fans of their apps -- we love Kitcam here at iMore -- the guys from GhostBird are looking forward to their new endeavours:

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Resume Designer for iPhone and iPad review: Create good looking resumes on the go, no computer required!

Let's face it, no one really likes creating and updating their resume. Unfortunately, it's a task we all must face at one time or another. Resume Designer for iPhone and iPad takes some of the pain out of writing resumes by letting you create, edit, and send them without ever having to touch a desktop computer or an application such as Pages or Microsoft Word.

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VSCO Cam for iPhone review: A perfect balance between ease of use and editing options

There are lots and lots of photography apps and accessories available for the iPhone. Every once in a while one comes a long that really sets the bar and that's exactly what VSCO Cam for iPhone does. Not only does it have lots of features including filters and adjustments, it allows you to share photos with many different social sharing service in a single tap. More importantly, it's extremely easy to use.

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Feedly switches on its API, updates its apps, ahead of Google Reader shutdown

As promised, Feedly has pulled the trigger, removing its dependency on Google Reader and updating its iOS app to relfect the change. While it can still connect to Google Reader, Feedly is now officially powered by its own backend service, and will continue to function after Google Reader shuts down on July 1.

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Vouchr for iPhone goes global, give vouchers to your friends in 18 countries

Vouchr, the personalized gift voucher service for iPhone, has today announced an update that makes it available outside Canada for the first time. Now, residents of 18 different countries globally can create and share their own gift vouchers with their Facebook friends.

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Passbook for iOS 7 to support scanning QR codes

Passbook wasn't specifically mentioned during the iOS 7 announcement at WWDC 2013, but it appears to be getting QR code scanning support on the new version of iOS. Seen here in this press shot from the iOS 7 portal at, the stock Passbook card clearly shows a "Scan Code" option in the top right-hand corner.

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Notifications in OS X Mavericks to include quick action shortcuts

Apple announced today at WWDC 2013 that notifications would allow users to quickly leap into action without having to open apps first. This includes replying to incoming iMessages, sending canned responses to FaceTime requests, and even third-party apps will be able to offer a bit of interactivity.

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iOS App Store will update apps automatically, offer location and age categories

Today at (WWDC 2013)(""), Apple announced that all updates will be updated automatically, so you won't get spammed with notification icons anymore.

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Weather for iOS 7 looking great, doubles as world clock

Apple demoed a new weather application that will be included in iOS 7 today, and it's looking great. Everything is following the new overall flat user interface, with sharp lines and a simple layout.

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App Nap to offer smart battery optimization for OS X Mavericks

One of the many new features in OS X Mavericks announced today at WWDC was a little battery-saving function called Appnap. Basically, it hibernates apps that aren't currently visible.

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