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TodoMovies for iPhone review: Get notified of release dates, track watched movies, and more

If you're a movie buff and enjoy going to movies often, you can of course use services like Siri to look up movie times and even buy tickets but what if you want more information or to keep track of movies you've already seen? TodoMovies offers just that straight on your iPhone. Not only can you view trailers, ratings, and more on movies, but you can choose to save movies to your watch list and be notified when they come out in theaters.

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Rovio's Angry Birds Friends slingshots onto iOS on May 2

It's tough to imagine a mobile life without Angry Birds in it anymore. Does that mean we're done with them, though? Rovio clearly doesn't think so, and has announced that the latest in the series of Angry Birds games will be coming to iOS on May 2.

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Square Register updated with item libraries for iPhone, custom tipping, kitchen tickets, and more

Square Register for iPhone and iPad has just received an update that adds new features to both iPhone and iPad. For the iPhone, you can finally view your item libraries which means no more having to key in manual amounts. On the iPad you'll now have the ability to create kitchen tickets to keep your line of customers moving faster as well as the ability to pair your Bluetooth barcode scanner.

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Google Search for iOS gets Google Now! All the great features of Android... locked in one little app

Google Search has just been updated to add even more features from the Google Now service including traffic and weather updates as well as information about sports teams and breaking news.

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Apps of the Week: Plants vs Zombies, ArtRage, Iron Man 3, 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 few games, an art app, a fun music creation app, and an app about the most important star in the universe.

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

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Reeder for iPhone updated with Feedbin and local RSS support

In March Google announced that they would be shutting down the popular Reader service come July, and soon after a number of services and apps announced that they would be stepping in to fill the void, or that they were already available to do such. One of our favorite iOS apps for Google Reader, the aptly named Reeder, was one of those apps, pledging to expand the available services from two to more than two.

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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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