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Kindle for iOS update adds Kindle store search

The Kindle app for iPhone and iPad has been updated, adding the option of searching the Kindle store. Previously, users could only search their own library of books, but using the search function of the app will now also return books in the Kindle store that have free samples available.

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Outline+ for iPad: The perfect note taking option for the overly compulsive!

Outline+ for iPad is a note taking app that focuses on keeping your notes organizes in outline format. You can create different notebooks for different purposes and organize and drill down inside of those as well. You also get Dropbox, Skydrive, iTunes, and Box syncing support.

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Math 42 for iPhone and iPad not only solves math problems but helps you better understand them

Math 42 is an amazing little app for iPhone and iPad that functions both as an all-in-one calculator and as a learning tool. Aimed at 5th to 12th grade level students, you can get the help you need solving problems in many different categories. When you get stuck, Math 42 can even take you step by step through how to solve a particular problem.

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Zagat from Google launches for iPhone, discover cool nightlife and restaurants

While Google may taketh away with one hand, they giveth with the other, as is the case with the new Zagat application for iPhone. Zagat has been available on Android since late 2012, and provides a service to discover nightlife and restaurants in selected cities around the world. Picking up a little where the Google+ local app leaves a gap, Zagat's arrival on iOS means that at least a part of Google's local search services remains separate from their main bank of apps.

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Google Shopper next to fall out of existence, app being retired on August 30

The Google streamlining continues, with the announcement now that their dedicating shopping app, Google Shopper, will be retired come August 30. The app acts as a front for Google's web-based shopping curation service, and helps people find products and prices in their local areas as well. But, in around a months time the app will disappear. From the Google Commerce Blog:

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PDF Expert updates with iCloud sync, PDF merging

PDF Expert for iPad has been updated to version 4.7, adding iCloud sync, PDF merging, and a host of fixes and improvements. People have previously been able to sync their documents using other methods, such as Dropbox, but iCloud sync is native to iOS and requires not extra accounts or setup. The other significant update to PDF Expert comes in the form of merged PDFs.

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Writedown is a new and beautiful, if restricted, Markdown editor for iPhone

Writedown is a newly released text editor for the iPhone and iPod touch that also has complete support for the Markdown format. Since Markdown is the preferred writing tool here on iMore, we're always keen to check out interesting looking new clients. Writedown is the project of Nguyen Vinh, and has seen some success over in Vietnam already. It looks great, and has some really nice features within that make it well worth a look, but at the same time it's pretty restricted as well.

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Apps of the week: Calca, Beamer, Tiny Thief and more!

It's that time of the week again, when the iMore writing staff comes together to share with you some of those apps we've been using the most this week. Once again we've got a good spread, covering both iOS and Mac, with apps for getting stuff done, apps for leisure time, and something for social networking time!

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Cut the Rope updated with Cheese Box episode, new characters too!

Cut the Rope has just released an update to the original game for both iPhone and iPad introducing a new set of levels in an episode called Cheese Box. Along with a whole new group of levels to play through, Om Nom meets a new mouse friend making his quest for candy a little trickier.

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Google+ Local being retired on August 7, another Google app bites the dust!

Google's never ending spring cleaning continues it seems, with the retirement of the Google+ Local iOS application destined for August 7. The app, which hasn't even been updated for the iPhone 5 as it is, acts as a directory for such locations as bars, restaurants, gas stations and local attractions. An email being sent out to users of the app regarding the closure was obtained by 9to5Mac:

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