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Best calendar app for iPhone

While the default Calendar app for iPhone can get the job done, the interface leaves a lot to be desired. At the end of the day, a calendar app should be powerful, but still allow you to enter and find appointments as quickly and easily as possible. It's a balancing act. But which one is the best balance?

We've taken a look at a lot of the most popular alternative calendar apps for iPhone including, Week Cal, Calvetica, and many more. After testing all of them out, we believe Fantastical by Flexibits is the best choice for most iPhone users. Here's why...

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Best iPhone invoicing app for freelancers

Freelance work and consulting have become a common place among many professionals nowadays. If you own an iPhone, the App Store offers tons of great ways to invoice clients inexpensively and sometimes even free.

As most people know, free isn't always the best deal, especially when it comes to handling clients and collecting money. We've taken a look at quite a few of the most prominent invoicing apps available in the App Store, free and paid. We've created invoices, estimates, and set up inventories to figure out which invoicing app for iPhone is the best all around solution for freelancers.

That app is Invoice2go by Apps2go. And here's why we picked it over the others...

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Best mileage tracking app for iPhone

Your iPhone is always with you, and that makes it the perfect tool for tracking milage so you're ready when the time comes to claim your expenses or work on your taxes. But what's the perfect mileage tracking for the iPhone? Rather than have you waste your time (on free apps that don't work right) or your money (on paid apps that aren't worth the cash), iMore took a look at several popular mileage tracking apps in the App Store, and figured out which was the absolute best one.

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Facebook Poke vs. Snapchat: What's the best sexting app for iPhone?

Need an app for your iPhone that allows you to send images, videos, text, and other types of media in a secure, highly controlled manner? Facebook Poke and Snapchat both let you send messages that, like in Mission Impossible, self-destruct after a few seconds. Whether you use it for sexting, spycraft, or something else, we're not here to judge. We're just here to help you find the best app possible.

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Weather 2x vs. Dark Sky vs. Today Weather: Minimalist weather apps for iPhone shootout!

Weather apps like Weather 2x, Dark Sky, and Today Weather may not be the hardcore weather apps that some users want, there are people out there that just want something minimal and beautifully designed. If you only care about the current weather and a few additional features such as short term forecasts, there are lots of scaled down apps that focus on providing that data quickly and beautifully.

Weather 2x, Dark Sky, and Today Weather all have gorgeous interfaces and focus on showing you what you need to know at a quick glance. The only question is, what one should you choose? Keep reading and we'll help you decide.

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The Weather Channel Max vs. AccuWeather vs. Weather Live: Hardcore weather apps for iPhone shootout!

Whether you live in an area with frequent or volatile climate changes that you absolutely have to keep on top of, or you're just a geek for a good weather app, there are several great choices for the iPhone. The Weather Channel Max, AccuWeather, and Weather Live all go above and beyond to provide everything a hardcore weather app user needs. But which one is best for you?

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Cards vs. Ink Cards vs. Go Cards: Greeting card apps for iPhone shootout!

Sure, birthdays are year-round, the holidays are the busy season when it comes to cards. Why waste time getting some old-fashioned, cookie-cutter card from the corner store when you can make and send your own, personalized, perfect greeting card with an app from the App Store. Cards by Apple, Ink Cards by Sincerely Ink, and Go Cards by Hallmark all allow you to create and send greeting cards straight from your iPhone. But which one is best for the holidays, and best for you?

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Gift Plan vs. Gifts HD 2 vs. mGifts: Gift planning apps for iPhone shootout!

T'is the season to give gifts -- to scramble and fret and hope not to forget sizes and colors and tastes and flavors and entire people on your nice (or naughty) list. Sure gift giving is a year-round chore blessing, but especially in December, especially in our hyper-commercialized culture, keeping track of who you need to give to and what seems especially important. Luckily the App Store has a bunch of gift planning apps to help you out. Gift Plan, Gifts HD, and mGifts can keep you organized and cut down on stress through the holidays, and any time really, but which is the best for you?

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iPhone 5 vs. Droid DNA: Which phone should you get?

No sooner does Apple released the iPhone 5 than HTC and Verizon escalate with the Droid DNA. Where the iPhone 5 is slim and sophisticated, the Droid DNA is big and brutally powerful. Where Apple is anodized aluminum, HTC is soft-touch polycarbonate. Where iOS is consistent across all Apple's mobile products, HTC Sense changes up the Android interface for good or for ill. From atom to bit, the iPhone 5 and the Droid DNA couldn't be more different. So if you're looking for a new phone on Verizon, how do you choose between them?

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iPad and alternative tablet gifts: 2012 holiday guide

If you're looking at getting someone a tablet this year, chances are you're looking to get them an iPad. For most people, most of the time, the iPad remains the best combination of hardware, experience, and content on the market. But which iPad should you get, the latest, greatest iPad 4 or the thinner, lighter, iPad mini? Should you consider an iPod touch instead? What if Apple isn't the right answer, should you look at a Nexus 7 or Nexus 10, or an Amazon Kindle Fire HD or a Microsoft Surface instead? The black and white choices of the past have become increasingly, confusingly gray-scaled. Do you want maximum power or maximum portability? Do you want something that's more mobile or more computer? Do you want a way to easily consume your content or create it as well? With all these choices, which tablet should you get?

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