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Spendee for iPhone not only helps you track your finances, but analyze them too!

Spendee, a new kind of personal finance management app, has just landed in the App Store. Not only does Spendee function as an expense tracker, but also lets you analyze your finances with charts and graphs that can break down spending habits.

If you're in the market for a new personal finance management app, Spendee will be free for three days starting today to celebrate its launch.

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How to control what photos, statuses, and check-ins your friends tag you in with Facebook for iPhone and iPad

We've all had those times where our friends and family members upload Facebook photos of us that we preferred they didn't. At that point, your option is really to delete the photo or hide it from your timeline. And what if you don't want your location shared but friends start checking you in places without your knowledge?

If you prefer screening the content people tag you in before it ends up on your Facebook timeline, you can easily do so by changing some account settings. Here's how:

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Marco Arment releases Bugshot for iOS, small app to quickly callout glitches of any size

Marco Arment, creator of Instapaper and The Magazine, has just released Bugshot for the iPhone and iPad. It's a small, highly focused app that lets you quickly, easy mark up images with arrows and boxes. The intended purpose is to take screenshots and callout graphical glitches, typos, and any other visible errors, and then report them back to the developer and/or designer so they can get fixed.

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Apps of the week: Warhammer Quest, Mapplore, Steam Mobile and more!

It's that time again, the time of the week when the iMore team shares with you some of their most used apps from the past seven days. This week we've got a good spread, with a few games partnered by a couple of travel tools, a note taking app, a gaming tool and a great app for getting video from your iPhone to the TV. Let's take a look!

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ReadKit for Mac gets even better with added Feedly support

ReadKit for Mac is one of the best RSS reading clients money can buy for the Mac, and the latest update consolidates that further by adding support for Feedly. In the post-Google Reader world, Feedly quickly emerged as a leading contender to step into the limelight.

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eBay Exact lets you buy customized 3D-printed products from your iOS device

eBay has introduced a new iOS app called eBay Exact that lets you buy 3D-printed merchandise from leading 3D companies, according to The Next Web. It's available for download from the App Store.

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The Simpsons: Tapped Out: Top 8 tips, hints, and cheats for donuts, cash, and XP!

Simpsons: Tapped Out can take over your life and replace it with a Homer Simpson and donut filled cartoon replica faster than you can say "D'oh!" But if you're going to spend all your waking - and some sleeping - hours helping rebuild Springfield, we're want to help you do it as fast, as easily, and as cheaply as possible. So, I've collected some of the very best tips, hints, and flat out cheats I could find, and loaded them up here. So, keep reading, and get ready to take your Simpsons: Tapped Out gaming from "haha!" to "woohoo!"

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Deus Ex: The Fall prevents jailbreakers from firing weapons

Users attempting to play Deus Ex: The Fall, released yesterday, on a jailbroken device will be in for a bit of a shock when they attempt to fire a weapon, and nothing happens. It seems that in order to get the full experience of the game, players must be using a non-jailbroken device.

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Hemlis promises to bring secure and beautiful messaging

Information about NSA spy programs that has been leaked recent weeks has prompted many to question how secure their communications are. Those leaks have also prompted Peter Sunde, best known for co-founding The Pirate Bay, along with Leif Högberg and Linus Olsson to begin developing a secure and elegant messaging app, Hemlis.

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Pacific Rim companion game released, fight giant monsters to your heart's content

Pacific Rim, an official game tie-in with the new movie by Guillermo del Toro, has been unleashed upon the App Store, pitting you and your Jaeger robot against powerful Kaiju monsters in an effort to save the world. The game features both a story mode, which follows the basic plot of the film over the course of thirty levels, along with a survival mode, which pits you against wave after wave of giant monsters.

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