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Fotopedia Reporter for iPad lets photographers publish their own photo stories

Fotopedia Reporter is a gorgeous app that lets you create your own photo stories and publish them to the popular social magazine. Whether it's a gallery from your last vacation, a tour of your garden, or a review of your favorite restaurant, there's a place for your editorial creativity on Fotopedia.

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Bean - A Counting App for iPhone review: Keep track of counts for anything you'd like

Bean for iPhone is a counting app that allows you to loosely count any item you'd like and name them accordingly. How you use Bean is completely up to you. You can use it to count silly things, habits you'd like to become better at performing, or anything else you could possibly think of. The interface of Bean is not only unique, but rather beautiful making it a delight to use.

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Little Red Riding Hood by Nosy Crow for iPhone and iPad review: Help Little Red Riding Hood fight off the Big Bad Wolf

Nosy Crow has released an interactive story book of their version of the Little Red Riding Hood featuring fully-animated illustrations and multiple paths that let you take control of the story.

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Instapaper sold to Betaworks

Marco Arment, creator of popular read-it-later service Instapaper, has sold a majority stake in the service to Betaworks. Arment was concerned that he alone was not able to give Instapaper the attention that it needed going forward, determining that to remain healthy, it would need a full team of developers.

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Save Gotham City in Lego Batman: DC Super Heroes for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

The DC Comics universe has come together on iOS in the newly released Lego Batman: DC Super Heroes, now available in the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The iOS version is based on the 2012 videogame of the same name, and brings the same great experience to the touchscreen.

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Prototype Siemens connected lifestyle application shows off their vision of the connected kitchen

One thing that stood out at the recent IFA Global Press Conference in Sardinia, was that connected home appliances are definitely headed our way. We've seen such things as an Android powered oven, but Siemens looks set to connect the whole kitchen in the next couple of years.

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Twitter for Mac finally goes Retina, upgrades Tweet composer on the way

The official Twitter for Mac application hasn't seen an update in a while, but the one that dropped today brings something that has been long overdue. The headline feature upgrade is that now, Twitter for Mac is finally Retina Display ready, meaning it looks oh so much better on the Retina MacBook Pro range. And it really does.

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House of the Dead: Overkill now available for both iPhone and iPad

Sega's popular series, House of the Dead, has finally made its way to the App Store. The new game dubbed House of the Dead: Overkill - The Lost Reels, allows you to play in both story and and survival mode.

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Mail Pilot updated with IMAP enabled Exchange accounts, bug fixes, and more (plus giveaway!)

Mail Pilot has just received an update which adds the much requested support for Exchange accounts that are IMAP enabled. Other features in the update include an improved add account system, bug fixes, enhancements, and more. Mail Pilot was also nice enough to give us some codes to give out to our readers...

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Draw Something 2 released with updated tools, galleries, and more

Draw Something 2, the sequel to the original Draw Something, is now available in the App Store and comes with a bunch of new features including new pens and other tools, gallery views of all your drawings, a new free draw mode, and more.

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