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Mortgage Calculator by Quicken Loans for iPhone review

In the market to buy a house? Mortgage Calculator by Quicken Loans is an iPhone app that includes a purchase payment calculator, a refinance payment calculator, an interest rate calculator, a loan amount calculator, and a mortgage term calculator to help assist you during your stressful hunt.

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Elevation Dock for iPhone review

Consigned to having to charge by cable rather than waste money on a dock that'd give me fits, I fell into a deep depression, haunted by the white iPhone dock cables I had strewn about the house. Then, one day in mid-December my dreams were answered. An upstart Oregon company by the name of Elevation Lab was kicking ass on Kickstarter with their proposal for the iPhone dock to beat all other iPhone docks: the Elevation Dock.

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Checkmark for iPhone review

Checkmark is a new productivity app that lets you create location and time-based reminders on your iPhone. And to create them wickedly fast -- as in, only 3 taps! Checkmark will keep your reminders organized by location and distance, making it easy to see what needs to be done closest to you.

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The Impossible Game for iPhone review

I'm not going to lie, deciding to review The Impossible Game for iPhone was not an easy decision, because, well, it's nearly impossible! I'm embarrassed to admit that I haven't even made it past the first level, yet. But despite that, I'm still having fun and am totally addicted. That's why I've decided The Impossible Game is worthy of a review.

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Amazing Alex for iPhone and iPad review

Amazing Alex is a "new" game by Angry Birds maker Rovio. I say "new", because it has actually been in the App Store before -- as Casey's Contraptions. Rovio purchased the physics-based puzzle game and rebranded it as Amazing Alex. It promises 100 levels of challenging fun, the ability to create and share your own levels, and the frequent, free updates that have made Angry Birds an enduring hit.

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Tiny Wings 2.0 for iPhone and Tiny Wings HD for iPad review

Tiny Wings is back with a big update. Now there's local multiplayer in the HD version for the iPad, and a new racing mode called Flight School, which pits you against rival hungry birds. There are 15 hand-crafted stages, all Retina-optimized. There's cloud sync, so you can keep your progress saved across iPhone and iPad. Best of all, the update is free for previous owners of the iPhone version, and Tiny Wings HD is a steal for just $2.99.

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Layout for iPad review

Layout is an iPad photography app that lets you create custom collages of your photos. I know what you're thinking -- "another collage-making app? The App Store is flooded with them!" I thought the same thing when I saw that Layout was featured by Apple. Turns out that Layout was worthy of that feature with its ability to access all your photos from not only your Albums, but also Facebook, Flickr, and Instagram. Layout also has a unique approach to collage creation and includes a slew of photo editing tools that can be applied to each individual photo of your collage.

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Twitter for iPhone 4.3 review

Earlier today, Twitter updated its iPhone app to version 4.3 that includes new features like expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more. For new Twitter users, this update is excellent.

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Google+ for iPad review

After what felt like an eternity for many users, Google has updated their social networking app Google+ to include native iPad support. It features a side-scrolling stream and lots of gestures to interact with content. The content on your stream is also styled based on popularity, type and orientation. The iPhone version of Google+ also now includes the ability to create and manage Google+ events.

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Vaja premium leather cases for iPhone and iPad: Agenda, LP, and Lèger review

The Vaja premium leather cases, including the Agenda for iPad, and the LP and Lèger cases for iPhone. The look is gorgeous, the feel is incredible, and the manufacturing quality is more than impressive. But do they work as good as they look and feel?

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