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Apple advises developers to stop accessing UDIDs, start supporting Retina and 16x9 by May 1

Apple has posted two new entries to their developer news page, the first warning developers they need to stop tracking people via UDID, and the second warning them they have to start supporting the double density Retina display, and 16x9 iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5 dip-lays, by May 1.

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Apple Podcasts app updated with custom stations, on-the-go playlists, new design, more

Apple has updated their Podcasts app. A lot. Version 1.2 now includes the ability to create custom stations that automagically update when new episodes become available. You can set your custom stations to start with the newest episode, so you always get the latest and the greatest, or the oldest, so you're less likely to miss a show. Stations get synced via iCloud across all devices, and playlists synced from iTunes on the desktop also now appear in the Podcasts app. Yeah.

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Simple Mind Games for iPhone review

Simple Mind Games is a fun little collection of brain teasers that will test your memory and problem solving skills. It features 8 mini games: Spelling, Flash, Shapes, Maths, Order, Reaction, Recall, and Match.

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Stay informed about NCAA March Madness with theScore Mobile for iPhone and iPad

With the 2013 March Madness basketball tournament in full swing, you may want to stay informed with up-to-the-second scores and the latest news, and you can with theScore Mobile for iPhone and iPad. With theScore Mobile, you can receive notifications when games start and close, the score at halftime, and news about your favorite teams and players.

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GarageBand for iOS updated with Audiobus support

GarageBand for iOS has been updated with editing enhancements, bug fixing, and Audiobus support. Audiobus is an app that facilitates communication between supported music apps, allowing you to, for instance, create a track in one app, send it immediately to another for filtering or effects work, then sending the filtered audio into another app, like a multi-track recorder

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How to watch and listen to podcasts with the iMore app for iPhone

If you are a regular iMore reader, you're probably already aware that we have lots of great podcast content from the iMore show to Debug and many more. Regardless what podcast you listen to or watch, our new iMore 2.0 app gives you the ability to not only listen to, but watch podcasts directly on your iPhone. You can even queue them up for offline listening if you want. This includes all our sister sites too such as AndroidCentral and CrackBerry. All your podcasts, in one app, ready to be enjoyed whenever you'd like.

Follow along and we'll show you how.

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Get all your social network photos in one place with Pixable for iPhone and iPad

Pixable for iPhone and iPad is a social networking app that pulls in all your photos from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. It's great for times when you may not want to browse through your Twitter or Facebook feeds but want to casually browse photos. While Instagram is easy to browse on its own, adding it in means you can browse all three in one single app. Considering Instagram doesn't have an iPad app, Pixable can make a good alternative.

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AccuWeather update brings a new look, customizable forecasts

AccuWeather for iPhone has received a major update to version 6.0, bringing with it several improvements, including new, user-defined forecasts, as well as a new interface. The new look takes cues from AccuWeather for iPad and presents the user with a cleaner, more efficient interface than previous versions.

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PDFpen 6 for Mac Review

Smile Software has released a new version of PDFpen, a full-featured PDF editor. PDFpen 6 includes the ability to export in MS Word format, a new editing bar, and more.

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How to use Twitter lists to replace Google Reader

Twitter is not only a great place to converse with others that have the same interests as you, but to stay current on all kinds of news. Since Google Reader is getting canned this summer, lots of folks are left to find other ways of keeping up with news feeds. If you don't fancy learning a new app or finding another RSS service to take its place, you can use the Twitter account you already have to stay up to date on news via the lists feature.

Here's how.

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