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weekflow calendar for iPhone review: Use colors, grids, and gestures to better organize your schedule

weekflow for iPhone is a rather unique alternative calendar app that treats your schedule as somewhat of a live feed where you can endlessly scroll up and down through weeks. Different colors and the width of different days indicate at just a glance what days are the busiest. These elements combined with natural language support and a great use of gestures can potentially make for a unique alternative.

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NBA Game Time gets ready for the 2013-2014 basketball season

NBA Game Time for iPad has been updated for the 2013-2014 NBA season. Game Time keeps fans up-to-date on the season, letting them follow the progress of their favorite teams. The app also lets you watch games live with your NBA League Pass.

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Undercover Mac theft recovery software adds Mavericks support

Orbicule has released Undercover 5.5. This new version of Undercover supports Mavericks, along with other features. Undercover helps you recover your Mac if it is stolen, and features location broadcasting, keylogging, and the ability to take pictures of the theif with your Mac's built-in camera.

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Dropbox for Mac brings iPhoto import tool and screenshot upload out of beta

Dropbox has allowed instant upload for iPhones for quite some time. While the Mac version isn't getting the exact same treatment, it is getting a new import tool for iPhoto users. You can also now choose to automatically save screenshots to your account whenever you take them, according to the Dropbox blog:

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Toronto Blue Jays assistant GM leaves baseball... for Apple

Jay Satori, formerly assistant general manager of the Toronto Blue Jays Major League Baseball franchise has left to join Apple's App Store team as manager of the sports category. Shi Davidi reports for SportsNet:

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SlowCam lets you record slow motion video, even if you don't have an iPhone 5s

The iPhone 5 and its predecessors got left out when it comes to slow motion video. Unless you have an iPhone 5s, the native Camera app doesn't support it. Luckily, SlowCam lets iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 4s, and even iPhone 4 owners get in on the slow motion fun too. SlowCam solves the Instagram slow motion problem for iPhone 5s owners too!

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GoDocs updated with an all new design, support for AirDrop, and more

GoDocs, an all in one solution for handling your Google Docs, has just been updated to version 5.0. It comes with a completely re-designed interface, much faster response times, and support for new iOS 7 features such as AirDrop.

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Rdio Recommendations, available now on the web and coming soon to iOS

Popular music streaming service, Rdio, has today announced its new Recommendations feature that will be coming to iOS in the near future. Recommendations is exactly as it sounds; album, playlist and station suggestions served up to help you discover great new music.

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Facetune now available for iPad, adds localized filters

Facetune, which first launched on the iPhone, lets you touch up your existing photos and do things such as whiten teeth, edit out skin blemishes, add filters, smooth textures, and more. Not only is Facetune now available for the iPad, the iPhone version has been updated to version 2.0 and brings with it some new features as well as updates to existing ones.

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The present and future of Vesper for iOS 7

Vesper gets a lot of attention because it's crafted by well-known personalities in the Apple community, namely Brent Simmons, Dave Wiskus, and John Gruber. Part of the reason they're well-known, however, is because they're not only capable of great craft, but of explaining the creative and business processes behind it. That makes it as valuable as them. Cases in point, Brent Simmons technical details on Vesper 007's iOS 7 implementation on Inessential:

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