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Shazam launches new Player app, helps you sing along to your favorite tunes

Shazam has launched a new app called Shazam Player which can be used as an alternative to the inbuilt Music app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Shazam Player lets you stream lyrics for supported tunes as well as view a huge store of information on the band or artist you are currently listening to.

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Daily Apps: PolygonFlux, The Tooth That's on the Loose!, No More Diets, Ripple HD, Countdown

PolygonFlux: PolygonFlux lets you experience the flow of energy inside a polygon. In simplest terms, it traces the path of a point bouncing around inside a polygon of your choice, generating a pretty pattern.

The Tooth That's on the Loose!: Set in the Old West, "The Tooth that's on the Loose!" tells the story of the character T.B.Wiggly, who is a slippery, shifty little varmint. The legend is told in narrative fashion by an old coot named Sheriff Tex. It is a tall tale...just tall in a small way! So pull up your bootstraps, saddle up, and mosey on over partner and enjoy!

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Penultimate updated with Dropbox and Evernote support

The original handwriting app, Penultimate, is better than ever with its recent update that brings support for Dropbox and Evernote. You can send your notes directly to Dropbox or Evernote and setup Penultimate to automatically backup to Dropbox so that all your notes are always available in the cloud.

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App Giveaway: Movies HD for iPad

Movies HD is an iPad app that provides you with a way to catalogue your movies. It will also look up data about your movies so that instead of just movie and TV series titles, you have access to all details. Additionally, if you lend a movie to a friend, this too can be catalogued so that you can easily keep track of who has your movies.

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Seth Green shows off new media sharing app, Shodogg

Celebrities have tendency to bubble up across CES, but it's not often one of them is an honest-to-goodness exhibitor. Seth Green, the most excellent comedian behind Robot Chicken and a big player in Family Guy, used CES 2012 to announce his investment and advisory role with an app called Shodogg. It's a pretty simple HTML5 app which lets you quickly share mobile videos to your PC, tablet, Google TV, or just about any other web-enabled device. They're aiming to launch a native iPhone app in March, and given the heavy "platform agnostic" angle, you can expect this on Android sometime soon.

Sharing streaming video can be tricky if the source doesn't want to play nice, and even when they do, DLNA is still farm from perfect. Though there's definitely room for an app like Shodogg, I think the biggest thing about it is that Seth Green is involved. Call me shallow. It's just good to see smart celebrities getting entrepreneurial. Who knows, maybe if more of them focus on app development, the next generation of programmers could enjoy some amount of social prestige.

You can find out more about Shodogg over here, or jump right in and sign up for the alpha.

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Hands on with Dailymotion Video Stream for iPhone and iPad

Dailymotion Video Stream is an iPhone and iPad app that provides a new, immersive experience to discovering videos. It features your own personal dashboard where you can access your favorite HD videos and follow users, playlists, and channels.

We got the full demo live at CES

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Developer Spotlight: Stephen Dodd of OfficeTime

iMore's developer spotlights are like DVD/iTunes Extras for the App Store -- a weekly look behind the scenes at the programers and designers that bring you the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games you love. This week, Leanna talks with Stephen from OfficeTime Software.

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Noteshelf updated to v5.0 brings text input for all!

In our 2011 iMore Editors Choice Awards we gave Noteshelf 4.0 the productivity app of the year and today, they went ahead and updated to version 5.0. The list of changes is rather short but it includes some welcome features many folks have been asking for, for quite some time. The full list is below:

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Amazon launches iPad optimized web based Kindle Store

Amazon has launched a new web based Kindle Store designed specifically for the iPad. The new site looks and feels like an actual app rather than a web page however you don't need to install anything to use the store.

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Jawbone UP sleep, nutrition, and exercise monitor for iPhone

Not content with merely making some of the best Bluetooth headsets and wireless speakers in the business, Jawbone expanded their product line this year with the Jawbone UP. A small, light bracelet, you wear it around your wrist and along with an iPhone companion app, it keeps track of how you're sleeping, how much exercise you're doing, and what you're eating.

Live at CES 2012 we talk to Jawbone about the future of UP, the updated they're pushing out, and why they feel mobile lifestyles encompass more than the traditional product lines.

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