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PCalc 3.0 for iOS brings new, iOS 7 design, constant functions, and more!

PCalc, one of the most popular alternative calculator apps for both iPhone and iPad, has just been updated to version 3.0 and brings with it lots of updates, changes, and new features. Most notably, the design and interface has been completely redone to feel more at home on iOS 7.

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Apps of the week: JARVIS, Strata, Authy and more!

It's the weekend, and after the crazy week we've had what better way to kick back and relax than with another fine selection of apps from the iMore writing team. We've got a good bunch again this week covering both iOS and OS X, so let's dive in and take a look!

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iWork for iOS going free gives Microsoft something to think about

Slipped into the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c keynote earlier this week, was the announcement that the iWork suite of apps for iOS would be going free with new iOS device purchases. This includes mobile productivity apps Pages, Numbers and Keynote, Apple's answer to Microsoft Office. There's been much said about how this might affect Microsoft's product, and Paul Thurrott of the Supersite for Windows has weighed in:

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Calendars 5 for iOS review: Combine your calendars and tasks into one beautiful, easy to use app

Calendars 5 has just become available for both iPhone and iPad and is a complete redesign of Readdle's popular Calendars+ app. With a great new design, support for natural language input, a built-in task manager, and more, Calendars 5 makes for a compelling option when it comes to alternative calendar apps.

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Reeder 2 hits the App Store completely iPad ready

Reeder is a favorite news aggregator of many, and today we see its triumphant return to the App Store in the form of Reeder 2. It's an all new app, with an all new design, and it brings back the long awaited iPad support that we lost when Google Reader closed its doors. The previous version of the iPhone app is still available, and received Feedly support right at the death, but Reeder 2 is an all new universal app, with a couple more new features to add to the collection.

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Angry Birds Star Wars heads to the Forest Moon of Endor in latest update

Angry Birds Star Wars II might be just around the corner, but the original has just received a great update with 30 new levels to tackle. What do we get? Ewoks! The new levels are set on the Forest Moon of Endor where you shall attempt to destroy the bunker and disable the Death Star's shields in the big final battle.

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Apple end-of-lifes Cards app, tells you to switch to iPhoto instead

Announced back in October of 2011 alonsgside the iPhone 4S as an easy way create and mail custom letterpress cards personalized with your own text and photos, the Cards app for iOS has been sent to the shredder. Apple Knowledge Base:

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Yahoo! Screen aims to reimagine video for mobile devices

Yahoo! has released Screen, a video app that brings on-demand content from several providers, including Comedy Central, ABC News, and The Onion, along with video from the web. You can select popular videos or find something to watch on your own, and share videos you like with Facebook, Twitter, and email.

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Ads coming to Instagram in the next year

Instagram had to make money someday, and after being acquired by Facebook, it's clear that the strategy is going to lie in advertising. In a recent interview, Facebook's Emily White described her challenges in roping in advertisers to Instagram while not scaring off the user base.

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Xbox Music now available for iPhone and iPod touch

Microsoft has finally released their Xbox Music service in iOS form, with the new app now available to download for iPhone and iPod touch. Microsoft had promised Xbox Music would be coming to iOS some time ago, and it's been a bit of a wait – we've seen a web client release in the meantime – but fans of the service can now rock out using their iOS devices. It comes alongside a simultaneous launch on Android, too.

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