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KISS Photo Bomb app can add rock and roll to all of your pictures

KISS is going mobile and today have announced the launch of the KISS PHOTO BOMB app for Android and iOS devices. With the free app, users can "KISSIFY" their photos and text messages with things like KISS members, KISS make-up, KISS frames and even KISS emoticons. Snap away then share to your favorite social service.

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iMore's favorite movies, TV shows, music, and books of 2013

We'll be posting both our 2013 Readers Choice Awards and 2013 Editors Choice Awards soon enough, but there's a reason Apple sells more than just devices, and iTunes offers more than just apps. Music, movies, TV shows, books, and comics have all gone digital. Not only is the idea of linear broadcasts increasingly anachronistic, but the idea of media not being everywhere we are, available at the click of a remote or tap of a screen, is almost a thing of the past. From Mac to iPod to Apple TV to iPhone to iPad, we can now access everything we want to listen to, watch, or read, any time we want, anywhere we are. So, just like devices, apps, and games, we want to recognize the other stuff, the media, that makes our lives so much more enjoyable. These, then, are our favorite movies, music, TV shows, and books of the year!

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New portable MIDI keyboards sport 37 keys, Lightning connector

IK Multimedia on Tuesday introduced two new keyboards for musicians on the go: the iRig Key Pro and iRig Keys with Lightning connector. They're available for $149.99 and $129.99 respectively.

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Lily Allen and John Lewis team up to launch the British Christmas, grab the song in iTunes now!

This past weekend saw the debut of the official start of the Christmas season here in the UK; the John Lewis ad. Normally we like to ignore TV advertisements, but the John Lewis ad – and maybe the annual one from Coca Cola – is an exception. This years features The Bear and The Hare, and a pretty amazing backing track by Lily Allen. The good news; the song is available to buy from iTunes right now.

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Pandora for iOS now pumps your radio stations to Chromecast

Google's Chromecast is a ridiculously cheap and easy way of getting content to your TV from your iPhone, but supported content is still extremely limited. One such service that has now been allowed through the gates is Pandora, with the switch flipped and now you're able to launch your Pandora stations on your TV.

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iTunes is getting some new Beatles material, up for pre-order now

If you want to listen to the absolute best of The Beatles, iTunes is possibly the best place to go. Pretty soon, the already extensive collection will get even larger with the release of some material in digital form for the very first time. Live at the BBC Volume 1 and Volume 2 will be available to download from mid-November at $19.99 a piece.

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iTunes Festival adds Elton John and Arctic Monkeys to its impressive lineup

We're still a way out from the start of Apple's annual iTunes Festival, but the lineup is starting to fill up nicely. The latest big name additions are Elton John and Arctic Monkeys, joining such artists as Justin Timberlake, Kings of Leon, Pixies and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

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Rock out even harder with your guitar and iOS using Amplitube 3.0 and iRig HD

IK Multimedia has introduced a new version of their Amplitube app, which enables iPad and iPhone users to model amps and effects pedals virtually. The new release, 3.0, adds timeline audio editing and new gear models.

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Sonos enhances Spotify connections and more in new update

Sonos is already one of the most flexible music systems available, and with the latest 4.1 update to its controller software for iOS, OS X, Android and Windows, it's gotten even better.

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iRadio: Apple could do streaming really well, but they don't have to do it at all

The rumors of an Apple iRadio music streaming service just won't go away. With WWDC just around the corner, many think that we may see something announced in San Francisco—in the very same room Google recently announced All Access. Apple could knock it out of the park if they entered this space, and I'm sure a lot of us would love to see just such an Apple branded service. But a couple of questions still present themselves. Does Apple really need to do music streaming, and what form could it take if they do?

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