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Angry Birds Star Wars coming November 8

A long time ago -- in mobile years -- in a country far, far away -- unless you live in Finland -- a small company called Rovio created a game called Angry Birds which went on to become a franchise, and is now trading slingshots for light-slings with the mother of all modern franchises -- Star Wars.

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iMore Editors' Choice for October 7, 2012 [Giveaway]

Every week, the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week's selections include a collectable card game, a TV show, a new App.net client for the iPhone, a passbook compatible app, and an iPhone 5 case that we're actually giving away to 12 UK readers!

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Gridditor for iPhone and iPad review

Gridditor is an iPhone and iPad app that lets layer multiple filters to your photos and displays them in a unique way. Gridditor will show you four filters at a time, one in each direction (up, down, left, right), and the farther you move in any direction on the grid, the stronger the effect gets. The gird preview allows you to see the effect of applying multiple filters at once and the randomization of the filters shows you creative possibilities you may not have considered otherwise.

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Customize amazing Retina wallpapers right on your iPad with 2048px's new Homescreen FX

If you've ever loved, loved, loved an amazing Retina-quality wallpaper you found online... except for one tiny little things, 2048px has figured out way to help you. They've taken their carefully curated selection of the best wallpapers from around the web, and added Homescreen FX so you can customize them right on your iPad.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps to follow the 2012 Presidential Election

The 2012 Presidential Election is just around the corner and what a better way to follow the campaigns than with your iPhone and iPad! Whether it's seeing what the news is saying, checking facts, viewing maps with live polling data, or a neutral source with information about both candidates, iMore has got you covered!

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Starbucks for iPhone updates with passbook support, still no iPhone 5 support

Starbucks has finally updated their iPhone app to offer support for Passbook, the new Apple app introduced in iOS 6. Starbucks had originally claimed that this update was coming at the end of September so, although late, it's great that it's finally here. However, it's disappointing that although this update does support iOS 6 and Passbook, it does not support the iPhone 5's larger screen.

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How to follow the 2012 Presidential Debate on your iPhone and iPad

The 2012 Presidential Debate is about to begin and you may be looking for ways to follow along with your iPhone or iPad. Whether you're on the go, don't have access to the television networks broadcasting the event, or simply enjoying using your iPhone and iPad, iMore is here to present you with options for watching or listening to this year's Presidential Debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.

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Netbot for iPhone and iPad review

Tapbots, the creators of the extremely popular Twitter app Tweetbot, have released Netbot, an iPhone and iPad client for the Twitter-like social network App.net. If you're a fan of Tweetbot, you'll immediately feel at home with Netbot with its identical UI, familiar sounds, and simply outstanding design.

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New York Times flirts with HTML5 web app for iPad

The New York Times has released an experimental HTML5 web app designed for the iPad. The app is available to those with access to either the tablet-only or all digital offerings from the Times. The New York Times web app provides the same news content as the native app, while at the same time offering some unique features.

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Felix for App.net for iPhone review

Felix is an iPhone client for the Twitter-like social network called App.net. There may not be very many iPhone apps available for the service, yet, but even with little competition, the folks at tigerbears have done a beautifully phenomenal job with Felix.

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