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Best iOS 7 apps for iPhone

Whether you're new to the iPhone or you've just upgraded your existing one to iOS 7, one of the first things you'll want to do is load up on apps that show it off. Luckily there are lots of apps that are already updated to support the new interface. We've been keeping track of all the app updates we've seen come through and here are some of our absolute favorite apps when it comes to showing off the brand new look and feel of iOS 7!

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Hangouts for iPhone and iPad review: Google+ cross-platform messaging service

Hangouts for iPhone and iPad is Google's new cross-platform messaging app that lets you converse with your friends regardless of what phone, tablet, or computer they are using. It features a beautiful, clean design and support for video messaging.

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Soundcloud updated to let users sign in, share with Google+

Soundcloud has received an update that adds integration with Google+. Users can now sign into SoundCloud using their Google+ login credentials, as well as share what they’re listening to with their circles.

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Google brings storage for Gmail, Drive, and G+ storage into harmony, users get 15GB to store whatever they want

Google is unifying storage across Google Drive, Gmail, and Google+ Photos. Users will receive 15GB to use as they see fit, rather than walling storage off between services.

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Google+ for iPhone and Android update improves photo sharing, posting, location sharing, and more

If you use Google+ on your iPhone, you'll want to keep your eyes out for an update that will make sharing content, posting photos, and managing communities even easier. The update promises that you'll be able to do more in less time and have stricter control over your content when posting.

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Follow Friday: Get your daily dose of iMore on Twitter, ADN, Facebook, or Google+!

If you're new to the iPhone, iPad, or Apple, if you just discovered iMore, or if you've only begun signing up for Twitter, app.net (ADN), Facebook, or Google+, then you may not be aware of the wonderful confluence that brings them all together -- you can follow iMore right on your favorite social networks!

And as a bittersweet aside to those who have been following iMore for a while, our own Georgia has finally changed her Twitter handle from @GeorgiaTiPb to @Georgia_Prime. It's been just over a year since our site name changed from TiPb to iMore, so it made sense, but it was still a little sad to see that remnant fade away.

But that was then and this is now, and if you haven't followed iMore or your favorite writers yet, now's the time to do it. Don't forget to leave your Twitter, ADN, Google+, Instagram, and other links in the comments either, we'd love to know where to find you as well!

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Now you can follow all of iMore on Google+!

If Google+ is your thing, we have some good news for you -- all of our iMore stories are now posted there for you to enjoy. And share. And plus. A lot.

That's right, just like Twitter, ADN, Facebook, and RSS, Google+ is now getting absolutely everything iMore has to offer. That includes news and editorials, apps and accessories, reviews and how-tos, podcasts and contests.

If you're curious how we're doing it, it's all thanks to dlvr.it's, you-could-call-it-experimental, support for the brand new Google+ write API. Yes, that does mean it might not be as stable as our other social feeds, but right now it seems to be working really well, and we'll be sure to keep an eye on it to make sure that continues.

So, if you use Google+, circle us up, and let's get plussy!

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How Google got their design together on iOS

There's an argument to be made that one of the best Google phones on the planet right now is the iPhone 5. Over the last few months Google has been rolling out better looking and more functional iPhone and iPad apps. From Google+ to Gmail, Google Maps to YouTube, Chrome to Google Drive, they've introduced a more consistent, more usable, more human experience on iOS -- arguably even more so in some ways than what they offer on their own, competing platform, Android. That includes playful pull-to-refresh implementations, prominent photos and profile pictures, and other consistent cues that suggest a coordinated maturation of their design language. To find out more, Matthew Panzarino of The Next Web spoke to Jason Cornwell, lead designer of Gmail for iOS:

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Google+ for iOS updated with communities, profile editing, better event handling, and more

Google has just updated their Google+ social networking app for iOS to version 4.0, and among the new and improved features is support for Google+ Communities, the ability to set timezones and indicate guest numbers in events, profile editing, a new compose interface, and a new design for visual stream.

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Snapseed goes free, adds Retrolux, integrates Google+

Snapseed, one of the best bits of photo editing software on the iPhone and iPad, has gone free-as-in-Google today, and as some modicum of recompense, added Google+ to its mix. Snapseed had gone free for short periods of time in the past, before the Google purchase, but this time there's no going back.

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