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Best app to keep track of receipts on your iPhone

Your iPhone is a great place to store receipts and there are lots of apps in the App Store that offer this feature. Whether you need to keep track of business expenses to turn in to your employer, want to keep track of receipts as a self employed individual, or just want to know where your money is going, OneReceipt is a great option.

Not only can OneReceipt import receipts in many different ways, but let you categorize them in ways that makes it easiest for you to manage them.

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How to file your tax return straight from your iPhone or iPad

Your iPhone and iPad are useful for all kinds of tasks and filing your tax returns is no exception. If you're a U.S. resident, you've got until April to get your tax returns filed so a lot of users are thinking about how and when they should file. If you've got a simple return that just involves some W-2's and a few other random income items, there are a few apps out there that can help you get them filed from start to finish.

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Best iPhone app to help budget your money

There are lots of apps out there to help you take control of your financial life and budgeting apps for iPhone are no exception. While expense and bill tracking apps can give you your financial position at a glance, they don't do much to help you save money or deter you from spending money you can't afford to. That's where budgeting apps come in handy.

Mint.com not only shows you brief summaries of all your accounts and cash flows but lets you set up budgets for yourself complete with alerts and custom categories. If you need a little help staying on track, Mint.com can provide it.

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Best app to track bills and expenses from your iPhone

Pageonce provides not only an iPhone app to help keep you on track with bills but a whole suite of tools online as well as well as an iPad app. From linking bank accounts and credit cards to inputting bills and expenses, Pageonce is easy to use and understand. If you've got investments, it can also help you keep track of those as well.

Whether you're trying to save money or just want to know where you stand at any given point in time, Pageonce offers something for everyone.

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Audible updates their interface, improves cellular downloads, adds iPad support

Audible has released a major update to its iOS app, finally adding iPad support. Previously limited to the iPhone and iPod touch, Audible is now a universal app. In addition to iPad support, version 2.0 also boasts a updated UI for the iPhone, adding larger playback buttons, along with improved navigation and a new library filter that allows you to hide titles that you have finished.

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Best nutritional and food information app for iPhone

When we think fitness we typically think of eating better being one of the very first steps to a healthier lifestyle. There are many apps in the App Store that provide nutrition information about the foods you eat, and in some cases, even healthier alternatives to help you make changes gradually.

We've scoured the App Store for the best apps when it comes to nutrition and learning to eat better. We looked for apps that would not only give you nutrition information but provide alternatives, help you shop for them, and let you track your progress when and if you wanted to.

Fooducate Plus was our all around top pick and here's why...

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Mailbox for iPhone aims to reinvent the way you manage your inbox

Mailbox for iPhone is a brand new email app that's primary purpose is to let you focus on the messages that matter right now and store away the ones that don't. The Mailbox project seems to draw inspiration from both task management philosophies like Getting Things Done, and email management philosophies like Inbox Zero. Through a list of gestures, swipes, and taps, you quickly filter through emails and drill down to the content that matters right that minute, without being distracted by the rest.

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GetGlue updated with better interface, personalized guides, and more

GetGlue, the popular check-in app for media and entertainment, has been updated with a much improved upon interface, better personalized guides for movies and tv, added video clips and photos for your favorite shows, and more. The update has also added supper for the iPhone 5, so if you've been waiting on that, you'll definitely want to grab the update.

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How to buy movie tickets with Siri on your iPhone and iPad

As of iOS 6, Siri has been able to help you find movie theaters and showtimes. With the iOS 6.1 update Siri can also help you purchase tickets to the movie of your choice with help from the Fandango app. All you have to do is have Fandango installed and then ask Siri to find tickets.

If you aren't sure how, follow along...

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500px app returns to the App Store with mature rating and better photo reporting options

500px has returned to the App Store after its short hiatus over nudity concerns. Apple's main issue was that nudity was too easy to come across without any warning even though a recent update has made them harder to find, not easier. This time, 500px has been updated with an added mature rating and better photo reporting features.

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