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Share humorous e-cards with someecards for iPhone

If you're a big fan of the popular humor site, then you'll love someecards for iPhone. With it, you can view and send new cards as they go live, get topical humor right to your iPhone (including cards that make fun of iPhones), enjoy the same categories that are offered on the website (from flirting to workplace to cry for help), save cards as favorites, and more.

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This is my body - Anatomy for kids for iPad review

This is my body - Anatomy for kids is an iPad app that teaches the principles of human anatomy in a playful and engaging way. It features informations about all important aspects of the human body in a beautifully designed and illustrated app package.

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Marche Grocery List for iPhone review

Marche Grocery List is, well, a grocery list app for the iPhone that features over 1700 common grocery items built right into it. Marche (which is French for "market") keeps track of what you've purchased, the price of each item, and the total price of your list.

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Add page animations and transitions to your iPhone or iPad with DisplayCandy [jailbreak]

If you've got a jailbroken iPhone or iPad and you've grown bored with the stock page transitions (or lack thereof), DisplayCandy can make things a bit more interesting by adding animations for opening, closing, and switching between apps.

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Angry Birds maker Rovio teases Something PIG

Rovio, the developer behind the massively successful Angry Birds franchise, has provided a sneak peak at the next installment in the epic battle between fowl and pork, and it looks like they're getting ready to turn the tables because -- Something PIG is coming!

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iMore Editors' Choice for September 2, 2012

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 apps for tracking weather, following football soccer, making reservations at your favorite restaurants, and a couple games.

To see what we picked, and to tell us your pick, follow on after the break!

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Nick Jr Draw & Play for iPhone and iPad review

Nick Jr Draw & Play is an iPhone and iPad by Nickelodeon that lets kids can team up with Dora the explorer, Diego, Team Umizoomi and the Bubble Guppies to create amazing artwork -- and have fun! It features an easy to use interact with 8 different brushes for drawing and painting, 60 animated stickers, effects such as fireworks and magic wands, parental controls, and more.

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Apple cracking down on App Store copycats

Those scam apps that have been copying icons and splash screens from legitimate apps, costing developers cash, and ripping off customers? Yeah, it looks like Apple is cracking down on them, at least the high profile ones that are most likely -- and most intended -- to cause confusion.

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The best iPhone and iPad time-wasters for Labor Day

Don't let the name fool you -- the last thing you want to do on Labor Day is work. Family and friends, are one thing, todo-lists quite another. If you just want to relax and take a little time for yourself this holiday weekend, here are the absolute best ways to kill time with your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

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iStudiez Pro vs. Erudio vs. iHomework: Homework planner apps for iPhone shootout!

If you're a high school or college student, your iPhone can make a great tool not only for learning, but for keeping track of courses, assignments, and projects. Whether you're in high school or university, the App Store is full of apps to help you succeed academically, and homework planners are no exception. iStudiez Pro, Erudio, and iHomework all offer ways to help you get and stay organized. But which one is best for you?

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