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Head for Facebook: Access Facebook on your Mac anytime, no browser required

There are lots of apps out there that give you quick access to many different services including Facebook and Twitter. Head for Facebook gives you instant access to your Facebook account directly from your desktop on your Mac. The cool thing about Head for Facebook is that it actually looks good, doesn't get in your way, and actually works great.

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Mind Blitz for iPhone and iPad review: Exercise your muscle memory in this classic memory game with a twist

If you like memory games, you'll love Mind Blitz for iPhone and iPad. It's a twist on the classic flash card based memory game. As you advance through the game, the grids will get larger, time will get shorter, and different obstacles will be thrown in the mix. You can also challenge your friends via Game Center to compete for different achievements and the fastest times.

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Motion Tennis review: Wii style gaming with your iPhone and Apple TV!

Mirroring games from your iPhone to your Apple TV with AirPlay is great, but it's still just what's on the small screen blown up on the TV. This isn't the case in Motion Tennis. With this game, the mirrored content is something different to what's being displayed on your iPhone, which opens up a whole new experience. Think Nintendo Wii style gameplay, only using your iPhone as the remote, and your Apple TV as the console.

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Despicable Me: Minion Rush for iPhone and iPad review: Temple Run style game play, but with minions!

In Despicable Me: Minion Rush you're tasked with the job of overcoming lots of obstacles in order to become employee of the year and impress your super villain boss, Gru. Flicking and swiping the screen as well as tilting it will guide your minion through each course. The object is to get through each level without running into any obstacles along the way. If you're a fan of Temple Run games, you'll find Minion Rush just as enjoyable, if not more.

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Sprinkle for iPhone and iPad review: Fight fires and save villages but don't run out of water first!

Sprinkle for iPhone and iPad is a great casual puzzler in which you'll control a water cannon in order to distinguish fires and save villages. The trick is that you've only got so much water and obstacles stand in the way of you and several fires. You'll have to use the water in order to move objects out of the way or cascade water on top of them in order to splash it up where you need it.

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Dark Nebula HD: Sci-fi labyrinth game makes Retina comeback

Marble-rolling games have been around for iOS ever since developers learned how to use accelerometer controls - there are countless examples of labyrinth games and other ball rollers, enough to make your eyes glaze over. One has always stood apart for me: the Dark Nebula series. Now it's back and better than ever in HD, with new levels.

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Graffiti Collective for iOS review: Make and share your own graffiti!

The people behind youth smoking prevention campaign Truth have just released their own message game for iOS: Graffiti Collective. The basic theme is that smoking is really bad for you and the American cigarette companies do lots of awful things to keep people smoking. BUT even people who smoke like a hundred packs a day might just dig this free game's actual gameplay. As you can guess, it involves lots of awesome graffiti.

I like to think that games qualify as art. And like art, some games seek to promote messages rather than simply entertain. Not everyone will agree with what a message game has to say, but that’s how art works too.

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Songza review: The best way yet to stream music on your iPhone

Songza for iPhone is a streaming music service that takes a different approach to discovering music than traditional apps such as Pandora. Songza comes complete with your own personal concierge. Just tell Songza what you're doing or what kind of mood you're in and you'll instantly be served with playlists curated by experts based on what you've specified.

Let's not forget that Songza also has the most beautiful and easy to use interface of any streaming service we've used thus far.

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Qwiki for iPhone review: Turn your iPhone photos into stunning, shareable slideshows in seconds

Qwiki for iPhone's whole purpose is to allow you to turn all your already existing photos into beautiful slideshows in just a matter of seconds. Your slideshows, complete with transitions and music from your own library, can then be shared via your social networks and on Qwiki with a simple tap. If you're looking for an easy way to share memories without any heavy lifting involved, Qwiki is great for traveling, moments with your kids, and anything else you'd want to compile into a single file to share.

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Where's My Mickey? for iPhone review: Help Mickey work his way through over 100 head scratching levels

Where's My Mickey? for iPhone is Disney's newest Mickey adventure where you'll help him and his friends collect water and evade the elements to complete each story line. Throughout each of 5 separate stories, you'll need to think your way through how to complete each level without losing water along the way or not getting it to Mickey at all. Collecting stars along the way gives you higher points. Collect all three to ace each level.

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