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New and updated apps: Twitterrific, Glassboard, Unread, Pumatrac, Race Coach and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates that have floated out over the weekend and today to Glassboard, Pumatrac, a new UK racing driver coaching app and more! Let's take a look!

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Glassboard, everyone's favorite private social network, gets re-designed for iOS 7

Glassboard is a private social network, something that a lot of people find an incredibly attractive to the very public, and often privacy-challenged Facebook, Google+, and like networks of the world. And it's just re-launched with an all new, all-iOS 7 update. I've used Glassboard for conferences for years, and been beta testing Glassboard 3.0 for a few weeks now. It's a great app, and it's great to see it getting so much love. (The snazzy new icon by Marc Edwards doesn't hurt either!).

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Iterate 60: Justin Williams on Glassboard

Justin Williams of Second Gear Software joins Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk about Elements, Photos+, Glassboard, and juggling multiple apps and platforms.

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Second Gear acquires Glassboard, iOS 7 update in the works

Justin Williams and Second Gear Software have acquired Glassboard from Sepia Labs, where it was previously developed by Brent Simmons. Anyone familiar with Williams should know what that means - pretty darn relentless development from hereon in. From the Second Gear blog:

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Iterate 33: Brent Simmons of Sepia Labs

Marc, Seth, Dave, and Rene talk about 1080p displays on mobile, Twitter on Dribble, and sharing design, and interview Brent Simmons of Sepia Labs about Glassboard. This is Iterate.

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Campfire vs. Glassboard vs. HipChat: Group chat apps for iPhone shootout!

Your iPhone is a great tool for helping you get things done and group chat services are no exception. If being able to keep up with work topics and having the ability to check in with colleagues while on the go is important to you, services that have good iPhone support are most likely super important to you.

Campfire, Glassboard, and HipChat are three popular group chat services that also happen to have iPhone app counterparts. Whether you're considering switching from the group chat service you're using now or are stuck deciding which one to start off with, if you need access on your iPhone, you've got some decisions to make. Which is best and which will suit your productivity needs the best?

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