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Best note apps for iPhone

What note taking app for iPhone do you use?

The iPhone comes with a built-in Notes app. It syncs with iCloud and has been slowly adding formatting options, if not features, over the years. It's still really basic, however, so if you need more from your notes, you're going to need to turn to the App Store. There you'll find a host of different note-taking apps, each with its own area of focus. Whether you need to take notes in class, in meetings, around the house, or while on the go, there's sure to be something there for you to like. Here some of the best iPhone apps available when it comes to note taking.

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PhotoSweeper hits version 2.0, clearing out duplicate photos never looked so good

PhotoSweeper has just been bumped to version 2.0, introducing a new UI and some notable improvements. PhotoSweeper is an app built for people who capture hundreds of photos on their iPhone and/or actual cameras. The app helps you clean up unwanted duplicate photos from your Mac, saving yourself time from hunting down and manually clearing everything out.

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Lightroom for iPhone and iPad now lets you make the same edits to multiple photos

Lightroom, the free photo editing app from Adobe, has been updated for the iPhone and iPad. The new 1.3 version includes some features that Adobe says will make editing images faster, along with a quicker way to find photos.

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SwiftKey Flow trace-typing comes to iPad

SwiftKey's trace-typing "Flow" feature is now available to iPad users, part of an update that's bringing emoji support, new languages, and more to iPhone and iPad users. SwiftKey has been one of our favorite custom keyboards for iPhone and iPad from the start, but the lack of trace typing on the iPad was maddening. That's no longer an issue.

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Mail Pilot 2 for iPhone and iPad review

Mail Pilot version 2.0 is now available for both iPhone and iPad and includes a lot of refinements and new features that make your inbox even easier to manage. With the addition of iCloud sync, better gestures, and enhanced navigation, Mail Pilot 2 transforms your emails into individual tasks so you can get things done even faster.

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Secret Castro gestures for podcast scrubbing, settings, and more!

Castro, the podcast player app by Supertop, is bold but minimalist by design. It also makes use of gestures for several of its more handy features. If you've been using Castro but haven't poked around enough to find them yet, here's what you need to know.

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FiftyThree's Paper tools are now free -- draw to your heart's content

There are a ton of veritable sketching, drawing, and handwriting apps out and about on the App Store, but the one that holds a special place in my dock is FiftyThree's Paper. The app's won many a convert for its excellent drawing tools, previously encumbered by an $8 in-app purchase; as of Thursday, however, those tools are now completely free for everyone and anyone to scribble to their heart's content.

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The developers behind Kim Kardashian: Hollywood are making a Katy Perry game

Hot off her Super Bowl XLIX halftime show performance, singer-songwriter-ascendent-pop-queen Katy Perry is poised to get her very own mobile game. The as-of-yet untitled game is being developed by Glu Mobile, the same company that inflicted Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on the world.

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Reuters TV brings on-demand news coverage to your iPhone

News junkies, listen up: Reuters has just launched a new app for iOS called Reuters TV. As you might suspect, the app offers up on-demand access to video coverage of news events around the world, directly from Reuters. One of the cooler features, called "Reuters Now" even lets you create a customized news show based on your interests.

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iPhone and iPad apps from Launchpad Toys are now free following its acquisition by Google

Two well reviewed educational iPhone and iPad apps from San Francisco-based developer Launchpad Toys, Toontastic and TeleStory, are now free to download from the App Store. The change comes on the same day Launchpad Toys announced they are being acquired by Google.

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