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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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Say the Same Thing for iPhone review: Try to guess the same word as your friends in this hilarious word game

Say the Same Thing is a fun turn-by-turn word game by the band OK Go where you must try to guess the same word as your friend, a random stranger, or a member of the band. It's refreshingly fun and is sure to get those creative juices flowing.

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KitCam for iPhone review: Control the camera's exposure, white balance, focus, and more

KitCam is a full-featured camera app for the iPhone that gives you full control over settings like exposure, focus, and white balance. It also comes equipped with many different lenses and filters and includes different shooting modes like multi-shot, time-lapse, multiple exposure, and more.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Photos comes to iPhone and iPod Touch, 5GB free storage for new customers

Amazon just extended their Cloud Drive offering on iOS, with the launch of the all new Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app. Much like the Android equivalent that launched back in November 2012, you can view, download and upload photos to your Cloud Drive right from your iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Best Mother's Day apps for iPhone and iPad

Mother's Day is less than a week away, and you might be stressing about what to do for Mom. Fret no more; we've got some great ways you can use your iPhone or iPad to honor Mom, this Sunday. Be it with flowers, cards, scrapbooks, food, or drinks, iMore's got you covered. Let's put your favorite device to work and use it to make Mom feel extra special this Mother's Day.

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Paragraphs for Mac review: Easy markdown and static website creation all in one

Paragraphs for Mac is a new markdown editor available in the Mac App Store that allows you to write your posts in markdown, including embedding images, and easily export them for publishing on your own via FTP. Not only does Paragraphs export your posts, it creates an entire site for upload.

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Microsoft exec says they want iTunes for Windows 8, but Apple just isn't into it

Not surprisingly, Microsoft wants Apple to create a Windows 8 version of iTunes. Apple already makes a version of iTunes that runs just fine on Windows 8, but it's an old-style "desktop app" not a new-style "Windows 8 app". Not that that seems to be bothering Apple in the slightest. According to CNN Money:

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YouTube launches paid channels, watch them back on your iPhone, iPad and Apple TV

Having been much rumored in recent weeks, YouTube has finally pulled the trigger on launching paid channels. The subscription based channels start at a monthly rate of $0.99 and all come with a 14 day free trial period. Best of all, once subscribed the channels are available to enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV beyond the browser on your Mac.

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Auto-play for TV shows comes to Netflix in latest update to iOS app

Netflix has just pushed out an update to their iOS application that will please watchers of television shows via the service. The new post-play feature will cue and then begin the next episode in the season once the currently watched one ends. It's great news that a source of minor frustration has been put to rest, and the new goodies don't stop there.

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Delicious Library 3 review: Catalog your life, share it with friends, and loan items out

Delicious Library allows you to categorize pretty much your entire life and keep a running inventory of virtually anything you own. This can include books, movies, music, games, gadgets, and more. With built-in Amazon support, you can find virtually anything to add to your library or just scan bar codes in order to add items. Friends that use Delicious Library can view your library and you can use it to track who you've loaned things to and when you'd like them back.

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