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Apple MapKit vs. Google Maps SDK: Which one is better for developers?

In the post-iOS 6 world, developers now have a choice of using Apple's new MapKit to embed map tiles and location services in their app, or to use Google's newly separate Google Maps SDK along with Google's tiles and location services. Both have strengths and weaknesses, including design and data quality. To compare and contrast Apple and Google's offering, and after speaking with developers, Michael Grothaus at FastCompany reports:

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Simple Bracket helps you track March Madness 2013

Simple Bracket is an iPhone app by Studio Neat for filling in brackets for March Madness and competing with your friends and family. What makes Simple Bracket special is it's easy-to-use interface and sophisticated scoring system.

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iMore Editors' Choice: Photolettering, Slacker Radio, PWN, 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 an app that tracks your sleep, an app that displays updates from your social networks, a few games, an app for History geeks, a fun photo apps, and a music streaming service.

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

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Repix for iPhone and iPad review

Repix is an art photography app for iPhone and iPad by Sumoing that offers a unique experience of mixing painting with photo editing. Instead of simply adding filters, Repix includes a bunch effects that you can paint and mix and match onto specific areas of your photos.

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Incredimail for iPad review

Incredimail is a visual email client for iPad that displays your email as a collage of snippets of text and photos from your messages. With Incredimail, you can see more of your emails at first glance and easily flip through your messages.

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Fodor's City Guides for iPhone and iPad review

Fodor's City Guides for iPhone and iPad makes it not only fun to browse and learn about different cities in the world, it can also help you plan your next trip there. You'll get information such as what attractions are popular and what ones are less known but worth checking out. You can also view current weather conditions and exchange rates in featured cities.

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How to export and transfer your Google Reader feeds to another RSS service on iPhone and iPad

Google surprised all of us yesterday with the news that Google Reader is getting canned this summer. That means if you use Google Reader for your RSS news feeds, you'll need to export your feeds to a new service before the service shuts down.

Luckily, if you've got an iPhone or iPad, the task should be pretty easy. Here's a few options for transferring your RSS feeds to a new service.

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Elixr is a social network that helps you find a drink

Elixr is a new app and social network for the iPhone that helps you find a good place for a drink. Elixr lets you share your potent potable discoveries with your wider social sphere through pictures and ratings.

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Healthy Desserts by Green Kitchen for iPhone and iPad review

Healthy Desserts by Green Kitchen is an iPhone and iPad app that features 48 desserts that use only natural sweeteners, healthy fats, and whole grains and fruits. The app is gorgeously designed and features mouthwatering photography that will make you dying to get in the kitchen to whip one of these up.

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YouTube Capture updates with support for iPad

YouTube Capture has been updated to add support for the iPad. Now universal, YouTube Capture allows you to take videos and directly upload them to YouTube. Just like the iPhone version, YouTube Capture on the iPad is capable of uploading videos at 1080p.

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