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Koder for iPad now available

Koder is a code editor for the iPad. It includes many features including syntax highlighting, snippet manager, tabbed editing, find and replace code, editor theme, remote and local files connection.

  • Syntax Highlighting
  • Project Based
  • Built In Snippet Manager
  • Tabbed editing
  • Find and replace code
  • Previewer Browser with View Source function
  • Editor theme
  • Extra Key / Additional Keys on Virtual Keyboard with open+close brackets keys
  • FTP Connection, Dropbox, iDisk, local ipad file storage
  • Sophisticated File Browser
  • Expandable editing space
  • Bluetooth Keyboard Support

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Trailer and screenshots after the break.

[$5.99 - iTunes link]

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iOS 5 Features: Unsecured call warning

Not that many of us are Bond, Borne, or Sarah Walker types, but just in case you might be a target for cellular call eavesdropping, [iOS 5](http://www.imore.com/ios/] will now warn you when you're talking over an unsecured network. If you're a high value target, you're probably avoiding even the secure ones, but if you're simply living next to a nosy neighbor with too much time and Radio Shack kit on his or her hands, it could be handy to know when you're vulnerable.

Anyone glad for this warning?

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New and updated iPhone and iPad apps for Monday, June 20

Every day, TiPb gets flooded with announcements for new and updated iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad apps and games. So every day we pick just a few of the most interesting, the most notable, and simply the most awesome to share with you!

  • Quick Recall: A full featured to do list and note manager designed for users by users. [$2.99 - iTunes link]

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New York Post now blocking iPad Safari browser from accessing its content

The New York Post has put up a paywall which prevents users accessing its web content from an iPad. Now when you visit its online site via the Safari browser on your iPad you get a message asking you to download the app!

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iPad 2 AirPlay mirroring walkthrough [video]

One of the most exciting features of iOS 5 is the ability to mirror the iPad 2 screen on a high definition TV via an Apple TV. When it is enabled, you can see everything that you see on your iPad 2 on the TV, including videos, games, documents etc, all in real time.

Apple ‘n’ Apps has put together an excellent video walkthrough showing how it all works. The video demonstrates the speed at which the data is transferred between the iPad 2 and the Apple TV. It is very very impressive.

Gaming on the iPad 2 will gain a huge boost with the release of iOS 5 and AirPlay mirroring. It will no doubt enable new innovative ways to play games on your TV and iPad 2, at the same time! Take a look at the video after the break. Let us know what you think in the comments!

[Apple'n'Apps]

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Kingdom Conquest racking up in-app purchase charges?

Many users are complaining that Sega's Massively Multiplayer Online Game, Kingdom Conquest is "stealing" money from their iTunes accounts. Even though the game itself is free, the game has many in app purchases, ranging from $0.99 - $43.99, which since mid-May, users claim these purchases are being made without their consent. If these complaints are to be believed, it seems that even people that didn't download the original app are being effected as well.

Sega has responded to complaints in their forum:

"We are currently investigating this claim as well as some others, but since we have no access to any customers' iTunes account information or transaction histories we highly recommend contacting Apple directly. "

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Apple airs a new iPad 2 TV ad – Now [video]

Apple has just posted a new commercial for the iPad 2 called “Now” that looks at life after you have bought the iPad 2. The ad features the Wall Street Journal, FaceTime, the iBookstore, an app called Star Walk and a few others.

Now, we can watch a newspaper; listen to a magazine; curl up with a movie; and see a phone call. Now, we can take a classroom anywhere; hold an entire bookstore; and touch the stars.

You can find the full advert after the break, let us know what you think!

[Apple YouTube]

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Dropkick for iPad now available

Dropkick is a simple, elegant to do list for your iPad that wirelessly syncs to your Mac and iPhone with its companion apps. The beauty in Dropkick is the simplicity and strait forward design.

  • Simple, efficient interface.
  • Syncs over the internet to your Mac and iPad with Dropkick for Mac and Dropkick for iPad.
  • Easy drag-and-drop prioritization.
  • Organize tasks into lists like Personal, Work, Grocery List or Vacation.
  • Free to try for as long as you’d like with up to 10 tasks at a time.
  • Upgrading is a simple in-app purchase.

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Trailer and screenshots after the break.

[Free for iPad - iTunes link] [Free for iPhone - iTunes link]

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Apple will soon have enough cash to buy almost all their competitors

When Apple next announces their financial results, they should have close to $70 billion in the bank, which according to Asymco will be enough to buy all their manufacturing competitors with the exception of Samsung. That includes HTC, Nokia, RIM, LG, Motorola, and Sony Ericsson. (Google and Microsoft aren't manufacturers, they're platform vendors.)

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