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Want to see the Facebook's beta icon? Check out the latest update!

Facebook for iPhone and iPad has updated with a new photo viewer button that lets you save, share, or set the photo as your profile pictures. Editing a place you're checking into on the iPhone has also been improved, and Events should load faster, now. But that's not the most interesting thing about this update...

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Lemon Wallet for iPhone review: Create Passbook cards for your entire wallet and much more

Lemon Wallet for iPhone is basically a virtual wallet similar to Passbook but picks up where it lacks. For instance, you can easily create Passbook cards with Lemon Wallet for any credit card, identification card, or rewards card regardless of whether or not that actual merchant supports Passbook. Lemon Wallet also has add-on paid features that allow you to track transactions and report a lost or stolen wallet for easy card replacement options.

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1Password 4 updated with strong password generator in the browser, new sharing options

1Password 4 for iPhone and iPad has gotten a major updated today, with big changes and additions to the browser, sharing, and search, among others. 1Browser, the in-app browser that allows users to take advantage of 1Password features like auto-fill, has added 1Passwords strong password generator for the iPad version.

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Twitterrific updates with Readability and Droplr support, bug fixes

Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad has been update with support for Readability and Droplr as a bookmarking and image service, respectively, along with other improvements and bugfixes. These include fixes for notifications and VoiceOver issues.

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Soundcloud updated to let users sign in, share with Google+

Soundcloud has received an update that adds integration with Google+. Users can now sign into SoundCloud using their Google+ login credentials, as well as share what they’re listening to with their circles.

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Tweak your snapshots with PicShop HD, free for a limited time on iPhone and iPad

Everyone has their favorite photo editing app on their iOS device, but thanks to esDot Development Studio you can now try another. PicShop HD for iPhone and iPad is now free to download from the App Store for a limited time. PicShop HD supports images up to 8MP in resolution, perfect for your iPhone 5.

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Flipboard update lets you track the stats of your magazines, find content from friends faster

Flipboard has been updated, adding several improvements, with new profile pages, easier sharing, and the ability to save images directly to your Camera Roll. Profile pages now give you statistics on the magazines you create, such as how many articles you have, as well as the number of readers. They also show you your magazines and the articles in them, allowing you to manage your existing content directly from your page.

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Live streaming comes to ABC Player app for iOS

ABC plans to begin live-streaing content from its local stations in the New York and Philadelphia markets this week. What's more, the company is negotiating to enable the service to work with more than 200 affiliates, according to Brian Stetler of the New York Times.

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Oggl by Hipstamatic: More than just an Instagram clone?

Beyond having an odd sounding name, Oggl is the latest creation by the long serving team at Hipstamatic. The app just went live in the App Store, but at the moment it requires an invitation code to use -- though you can apply for one in the app. But, what exactly is it? The official tagline reads as: "A community of creative people capturing & curating their Lives through photography." So that'll be a social photo sharing service then, will it?

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Apps of the Week: Concert Vault, Sid Meier's Ace Patrol, MacFormat, and more

Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a music library app, a photo editing app, a turn-based tactic game, a British magazine about Apple, and a simple dots game.

To see what we picked, follow along after the break!

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