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How to follow iMore on RSS, App Store, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more!

While we love everyone who visits iMore on the web - we are a website, after all! - we realize that it's even more important for us to be where you are. That's why we make it as easy as possible for you to follow us everywhere and anywhere you may be!

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How to get iMore to cover your apps and games

Today's Talk Mobile was all about helping developers better market their apps. Media outlets like iMore are an important part of that marketing, yet like any resource, we have our limits. We get dozens of app submissions a day and sometimes hundreds a week, but we only have time to cover a handful. And as much as we love developers and apps, we love our readers even more, and take our responsibility to them incredibly seriously. We're only ever going to offer them the very best apps and games we can find. To put it bluntly, if something looks or works like crap, we're not going anywhere near it.

So, if you're a developer and you've made an amazing app or game, what's the best way to ensure it gets featured on iMore? There's no absolute answer to that question -- it's a classic chaos equation -- but there's a lot of things that can help, and a few that can hinder:

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Get your Debug, Iterate, and iMore t-shirts in time for WWDC 2013!

Whether you're heading out to WWDC and need something snazzy to wear, or just want to be one of the best dressed people in your neck of the woods, here's a reminder: we've got the 2013 editions of the Debug, Iterate, and iMore shirts ready and waiting for you. If you're not familiar with the backstory, we made the originals up as gifts to our podcast guests, but after getting asked about them a bunch, we uploaded the designs to CafePress so just about anyone can order them. We're also offering them at cost. No markup. Our shows and sites are successful because of you, and if you enjoy them enough to want shirt, we're honored to provide them.

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Editor's desk: Putting the more in iMore

Change is scary. Change is exhilarating. Change is hard. It's going to be a huge month for iMore and Mobile Nations, and a lot of that involves change, growth, and our continual drive to reach for more.

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Welcome to iMore ... Peter Cohen!

Peter Cohen has spent most of his life writing about technology, especially as it pertains to Apple and gaming. He ran MacGaming, which was acquired by MacCentral, which in turn was acquired by Macworld, where Peter worked for many years as a Senior Editor. Since then, Peter has written for Mac|Life, MacUser (UK), Tap! and a variety of other online and print publications. Most recently, Peter began the Angry Mac Bastards podcast, and co-founded The Loop with Jim Dalrymple, where he serves as the executive editor.

Over the course of his career, Peter has accumulated a tremendous amount of experience, insight, and understanding, as well as a unique voice, attitude, and editorial sensibility.

And starting April 22, he's bringing it all to iMore.

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Forums: BlackBerry 10, iOS 6.1.3, iOS 6 vs Jelly Bean, iMore for iPhone 2.0

Interested in iPhone, iPad, or Apple and looking to have some great conversations? Got a burning question or frustrating problem you just want help fixing? Already an expert and eager to share your knowledge? Well, all that and more is just waiting for you in the iMore forums.

Here are today's hot topics:

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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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Get your iMore, Iterate, and Debug t-shirts here

We made some special edition iMore (gray), Iterate, and Debug t-shirts over the holidays as thank-yous for the hosts and staff, but enough of you asked about them that we decided to make them available for anyone and everyone who wants one. Since we don't want to get into the t-shirt business (at least not yet), we simply uploaded the designs to CafePress and are letting them do the heavy print-on-demand-and-ship lifting. We're also offering them at cost. That's right, no markup. We don't make a dime off of them. Our shows and sites are successful because of you, and if you enjoy them enough to want shirt, we're honored to provide them.

They're all black, available in both men's and women's sizes. iMore features a gray version of our iconic logo in its new, 16:9 style. Debug and Iterate feature the podcast artwork in "worn"-looking blue and red respectively.

I've received mine already, and they're terrific. I'll be wearing them at Macworld|iWorld.

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Introducing phon.es, iMore and Mobile Nations' new URL shortener

If you see an iMore or Mobile Nations link out on Twitter, app.net, Facebook, or some place else that's other, you'll see our brand spanking new URL shortener -- phon.es.

So from now on, if you see phon.es on your favorite social network or sharing site, you can rest assured the article it links to comes from Android Central, CrackBerry.com, iMore.com, Windows Phone Central, or webOS Nation, the names you trust for everything mobile.

And this is just one of the many, many awesome new things iMore and Mobile Nations has coming your way. Keep your browsers locked and loaded right here. 2013 is going to be one incredible ride.

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iMore, ADN, and the importance of different answers

We've had @iMore set up on App.net for a while now but this week we flipped the switch to start posting our stories there. We're using IFTTT.com to handle the posts, and it's not a great solution. Basically it checks the iMore RSS from Twitter and then copies that over to ADN. Unfortunately that includes @replies, which I'd rather it didn't. That's part of the reason we waited -- hoping that something better would come along, like the twitterfeed.com service we use for Twitter, but nothing seems to have so far. We could have kept waiting, but because two major barriers to entry dropped last week, and APN picked up steadily, it made sense to start now. We had readers there, they wanted to get iMore content there, it's our job to provide it.

And here's how we'll do it.

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