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Facebook Pages Manager and Facebook Camera receive small updates, still no iPhone 5 support for Facebook Camera

Facebook has pushed out small updates to Facebook Pages Manager and Facebook Camera that include security, performance, and bug fixes as well as the ability to swipe to delete comments in Facebook Pages Manager. More notable than what's included in these updates, however, is what's not included -- iPhone 5 support in Facebook Camera.

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Instagram for iPhone updated with new filter and fixed privacy

Less than two weeks after adding the new Willow filters and other tweaks, Instagram for iPhone has added yet another filter called Mayfair. This update was actually available last night caused a bit of an uproar with a misleading privacy toggle. It appeared that private accounts were switched to public, but it turns out that was only a bug and private accounts were actually still private, and a new update today fixes that bug.

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Gas Cubby gets a new interface, iPhone 5 and Launch Center Pro support

Gas Cubby, our favorite mileage tracker, fuel, and maintenance tracker for iPhone, has been updated to version 2.5 and brings a refreshed interface to the app, along with support for the 16:9 iPhone 5, and Launch Center Pro.

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Google updates Chrome for iOS to fix audio bug

Google pushed out a fix to their Chrome for iOS browser to fix an audio bug. That looks to be about all there is to it, so if you use Chrome on your iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, go grab it.

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Karateka makes old school fighting new again on iPhone and iPad

Karateka -- originally released for pre-Mac Apple computers back in the day when bitmap samurai and Shaolin still walked the world, solving problems with their will, their fists, and their keyboard commands -- has now been reborn in full 3D, multitouch glory on the iPhone and iPad.

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Pudding Monsters for iPhone and iPad review

The makers of the highly addicting Cut the Rope game have released a new puzzle adventure called Pudding Monsters. Just as cute and just as addicting as Cut the Rope, Pudding Monsters is destined to also be a huge hit. The goal is to help the adorable little Pudding Monsters (I think they look more like Jell-O) save their friends from the cold-hearted fridge owner by getting them to stick together.

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iStopMotion updated with better audio support

iStopMotion, the stop motion animation app for iPad, has been updated to version 2.0 and brings full audio support in the clip editor, more import options, ability to view audio waveform, and more. iStopMotion has been a favorite app among stop motion animation enthusiasts for 10 years, and version 2.0 just makes this great app even better. The free companion app that lets you use your iPhone as a remote camera has also been updated

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Flickr for iPhone updated with better Facebook sharing and more notifications

Just one week following its huge update that introduced filters, Flickr for iPhone has been updated again with a few more improvements including better Facebook sharing and more options for notifications.

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Fieldrunners 2 updated with new weapons, new items, and iPhone 5 support

Fieldrunners 2, our favorite Tower Defense game, has been updated to version 1.4 and with it comes all new weapons, all new items, and widescreen 16:9 support for the all new iPhone 5.

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iPhone and iPad gifts for gamers: 2012 holiday guide

Hopefully at this point, you've done most of your holiday shopping. Let’s say you felt really generous this year and bought a youngster (or someone young at heart) an iPad. It’s nice that it’s a completely clean slate, ready for them to make their own, but to personalize the gift yourself, you might be loading it up with pictures, music, and apps. This is a great way to get folks excited about their shiny new toy, not to mention adding that personal touch. Here are a few of the iconic, recognizable, essential games and accessories that you should be sure to include on any new iOS device that you’re giving away during the holidays.

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