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Dunkin' Donuts takes on Starbucks with new mobile payment and gifting app for iPhone

Mornings -- and long days -- are rough on people. To help get through them, some of us turn to glorious coffee. For many, that has, is, and will forever be Dunkin' Donuts.  Looking to offer customers more choice and presumably keep up with those hipster kids at Starbucks, Dunkin' Donuts has now released their mobile payment and gifting app, and packed it with helpful if familiar features.

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Offline maps and voice commands come to Scout by Telenav

Scout by Telenav, one of our favorite turn-by-turn navigation apps for iPhone, has just been updated to support downloadable maps for offline use, and voice commands that allow you to control Scout with words so your hands stay free for driving.

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Pinterest for iPad now available

Pinterest lovers rejoice! The Pinterest app has gone universal and is now available on both the iPhone and iPad. It features a gorgeous design with an easy-to-access side panel. Pinterest for iPad allows you to view your pinboards, pin your inspirations, browse by category, follows new boards, and more.

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View beautiful car photography with James Haefner for iPad

James Haefner is an iPad app filled with the photography of the professional car photographer from Detroit with the same name. James partnered up with Rocket Garden Labs to bring this selection of his portfolio to the iPad ranging from classic Corvettes to today's luxury vehicles.

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Parrot AR.Drone gets smoother and more social with FreeFlight 2.0

The AR.Drone's accompanying iPhone app, FreeFlight, has recently been updated to version 2.0 (2.1 at the time of this writing), and is now new and improved, with easier to use navigations, overlays, and sharing options. So what, if any difference does it make to new and old Droners alike?

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Digg for iPhone lightens up on Facebook requirements

A couple weeks ago, Digg v1 hit the web and the App Store and one of the immediate complaints was that in order to user any of Digg's special features, like bookmarking articles, saving to your favorite read-later service, or digging an article, you had to be logged into Facebook. The good news is that the folks at Digg were listening and have removed that restriction for bookmarking articles to Digg's Reading List, Pocket, and Instapaper.

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Simultaneously use up four twitter accounts with Sleet for iPad

Sleet is a new iPad Twitter app by Inglorious Apps that allows you simultaneously use up to four Twitter accounts using a split-screen interface. You can view your timeline, mentions, direct messages, lists, favorites, search and customize your views according to your needs.

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Draw and handwrite iMessages and texts with Grafiti for iPhone [jailbreak]

If you've got a jailbroken iPhone and fancy being able to draw or sketch pictures that you can text or iMessage to your contacts, you may want to check out Grafiti in Cydia. It'll allow you to do just that without adding an extra icon to your Home screen. Instead it integrates with the existing stock Messages app.

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BBC iPlayer gets updated with retina quality video and performance improvements

The BBC has eventually released an update to its hugely popular TV catch up app, BBC iPlayer. BBC iPlayer is only available for UK customers who pay their license fees and it offers a full 7 day catch up service of all BBC TV and radio programs. The update to BBC iPlayer, finally brings retina quality video for the new third generation iPad and a few more improvements too.

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1Password vs. LastPass vs. mSecure: iPhone password management app shootout!

Security is constantly at war with convenience. Having unique, strong passwords for all your online accounts sounds great until you realize how tedious it is to implement them and how impossible it is to remember them. Because your iPhone is always with you, however, and because it has some truly great password management apps like 1Password, LastPass, and mSecure, it can be the ideal way to maximize security and minimize convenience. Not only that, password managers can be a great place to store all your secure information, including credit and debit cards, private notes, software licenses, and more. They can also help you generate and help you implement all your super strong, super secure passwords.

Considering the serious hacking attacks we've seen recently, you should absolutely start using a password manager, but which one should you use?

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