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Nettelator for iPhone is Twittelator for

Next to Tweetbot, one of the most popular Twitter clients for iPhone is Twittelator neue, and just like Tapbots, Big Stone Phone has released an (ADN) client that closely resembles their popular Twitter client; it's called Nettelator.

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Chain3D for iPhone and iPad - a match 3 game with a twist

Chain3D for iPhone and iPad is a new match 3 game with a twist -- literally! The goal of this puzzle game is to remove all the colored blocks from the cube presented at the beginning of each stage. To do this, you much place the small cubes that are given to you in a manner that matches at least 3 small cubes of the same cube.

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Vjay for iPhone now available, both iPhone and iPad versions on sale

The popular music and video machine for iPad, vjay by algoriddim, has made it's way to the iPhone bringing all the same great features to the smaller device. With vjay, you can mix and scratch your favorite music videos from iTunes or combine songs from your music library with personal videos into a killer audio visual experience. You can then share your creations to a Facebook and YouTube.

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Twitter 5.1 for iPhone and iPad now available

Twitter for iPhone and iPad has been updated with several new features that focuses on headlines and photos, discovering popular tweets, and searching for a new perspective.

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Facebook for iPhone update brings ability to share stories, tag your friends in posts, and more

Facebook for iPhone has received a pretty nice update that includes a Share link to re-post stories from your news feed as well as the ability to tag your friends in any post, comment or photo. Both of these features have been huge requests of Facebook for iPhone users for a very long time, so it's great to finally see Facebook deliver.

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Facebook Messenger update allows users to give feedback about the app

Facebook Messenger for iPhone has released another update that is notably special because it allows users to give feedback about the app. So although we love to complain with you about the woes and troubles of the various Facebook apps for iPhone, now you can send your complaints directly to Facebook as well! Well, you can complain about Facebook Messenger, that is.

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Clear for Mac now available in Mac App Store, Clear for iPhone updated with iCloud support

Clear, the incredibly beautiful task list manager for iPhone that stole our hearts with its gesture-based approach, has been updated to support iCloud sync -- to work seamlessly with the newly released Clear for Mac! The Mac version looks very similar to the iPhone version both in design and size, which is awesome because switching between the two is a seamless as ever. If you're already familiar with Clear for iPhone, Clear for Mac behaves exactly as you would expect.

Clear for Mac is currently 50% off to celebrate its launch, so grab it now!

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Apple Store iPhone app updated, claims to let you email gift cards [UPDATED]

The Apple Store app for iPhone has been updated and supposedly allows users to buy gift cards and have them emailed to the recipients. We must be blind and clueless, because no one at iMore can actually figure out how to do this. The update notes also claim that these gift cards can be used with Passbook, but the only type of gift cards we can find are for iTunes, the App Store, and the iBookstore; it doesn't make sense to use Passbook for any of these stores. Apple Store gift cards, however, would be awesome with Passbook -- too bad they are nowhere to be found.

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Instagram begins rolling out web profiles for users

Instagram, the extremely popular photo sharing service for iPhones and other mobile devices, has started rolling out web profiles to its users. Previously, the only thing that could be viewed on the web was individual photos, but now entire profiles can be viewed from your favorite desktop (or mobile) browser. The profiles follow the same look and feel of the profile pages on the iPhone app, just on a larger scale.

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Path now available for iPad

The social network Path has been updated with support for the iPad. In portrait, it has a design that you would expect -- sidebar on the left with your stream to the right. In landscape, a summary of the posts for the day are displayed as a collage of photos, movies, music, locations, and book previews. It's a very visually appealing to consume the content shared by your friends.

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