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Twitter 5.1 for iPhone and iPad now available

Twitter for iPhone and iPad has been updated with several new features that focuses on headlines and photos, discovering popular tweets, and searching for a new perspective.

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Google reportedly putting finishing touches on native iOS maps app, Eddy Cue going hands-on with iOS 6 maps

While many folks have started to notice iOS 6 Maps improving as of late, there is still plenty of customers out there who don't think Apple's new solution is anywhere nearly as good as the old, Google-powered one. If you're one of those, the lost and disillusioned, then good news. The long-rumored standalone Google Maps app may soon see the light of day (read: App Store).

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Facebook for iPhone update brings ability to share stories, tag your friends in posts, and more

Facebook for iPhone has received a pretty nice update that includes a Share link to re-post stories from your news feed as well as the ability to tag your friends in any post, comment or photo. Both of these features have been huge requests of Facebook for iPhone users for a very long time, so it's great to finally see Facebook deliver.

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iTunes and App Store down for many, can't get or update apps

We're getting flooded with reports of iTunes and the App Store being down in numerous regions. Browsing the stores still works, but downloading or trying to update apps does not.

It doesn't seem to be affecting everyone, and some who were affected for a while seem to have recovered, but others are still having the problem.

If you can't access iTunes or the App Store, or get your apps, you're not alone. Let us know, along with where you are. If you're fine, or if the problem has been fixed for you, let us know that as well.

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NAVIGON North America for iPhone and iPad giveaway!

NAVIGON North America is a fully-featured navigation app for iPhone and iPad and the good folks at Garmin have supplied with with 10 promo codes to giveaway to you, our awesome readers! For a chance to win, all you need to do is leave a comment below!

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First look: 1Password 4 for iOS

No doubt secreted away in multiple, remote, undisclosed -- likely underground, Batcave-esque -- locations, AgileBits has been working on an all-new version of their highly-rated security app, 1Password. Re-coded and re-designed, 1Password 4 brings a simplified design language and experience to iOS, yet also manages to ramp up the power and convenience. Unfortunately, I can't show you everything -- they're protecting it with hockey sticks and cattle brands and I can't take that kind of pain -- but I can show you some of the new vault view on the iPhone version.

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Camera+ for iPhone and iPad updates with flash for front-facing camera and more

The popular photography app Camera+ by tap tap tap has been updated with several new features, the most interesting one being the addition of a "flash" to the front-facing camera. Obviously, this flash isn't a real flash since that is a hardware piece, but Camera+ now flashes a bright white background onto the screen when taking a photo to simulate using a flash. This is similar to the approach that Apple takes with Photo Booth on the Mac.

  • $0.99 for iPhone - [Download Now](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/camera?at=10l3Vy&ct=d_im /id329670577?mt=8&at=10l3Vy&ct=d_im)
  • $0.99 for iPad - [Download Now](https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/camera?at=10l3Vy&ct=d_im -for-ipad/id550902799?mt=8&at=10l3Vy&ct=d_im)

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Add text to your photos and share them to Instagram with Overgram for iPhone

Overgram is a gorgeous new photography app that lets you select from a wide range of fonts and customization options to add font to your photos to then share on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Tumbler. The user interface is very smooth and intuitive and makes adding text a breeze. You can choose different fonts, sizes, alignment options, and more.

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Elements for Dropbox updated with refreshed interfaces and more

Elements for iPhone and iPad is a slick text editor that supports Markdown and Dropbox. It has been updated with the new Dropbox 1.0 API as well as other improvements to the interface and overall experience.

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Nokia bringing maps to iOS with Nokia Here

Nokia is set to release its own map application for iOS. Called Here, the application will be part of a wider rebranding of Nokia’s mapping product. Here won’t be completely native, as Nokia announced that it is based on HTML5. Here will include voice-guided walking directions and some measure of offline functionality, among other features.

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