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Cloudier puts the power of CloudApp in the palm of your hand

Confession: I don't use CloudApp. It's one of those things that I think is absolutely brilliant, but is ultimately just one more thing, and I never found time nor place for it. Until Cloudier.

Developed by Jackie Tran and Benjamin Mayo, Cloudier takes the web-bound CloudApp service and brings it, beautifully, elegantly to your iPhone. While that might not sound like much, given how many terrible web front ends we've suffered through in mobile, rest assured it's a tremendous achievement.

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Cooking Light Recipes: Quick and Healthy Menu Maker for iPhone and iPad review

It's Fitness Month here at iMore and Mobile Nations and part of getting in shape involves eating better which is why this week we're focusing on nutrition. When it comes to nutrition, the first step is to say goodbye fast food and eating out, and hello to healthy home-cooked meals. One such app to help you with this endeavor is Cooking Light Recipes: Quick and Healthy Menu Maker by Time Inc.

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Keep track of your points and stay on track with Weight Watchers Mobile for iPhone and iPad

It's Fitness Month here at Mobile Nations and part of getting in shape involves eating better. The Weight Watchers program probably isn't new to many people that are trying to diet. If you haven't used it personally, you've most likely heard of it or know someone who has used it.

The mobile version for iPhone and iPad is part of Weight Watchers' supplementary tools for their online program. Weight Watchers Mobile can help you track points, find recipes, set goals and track your weigh-ins, and more. The real question is, does it really work as a supplement to attending meetings or is their program better than free tools that don't require subscription fees?

Let's find out.

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Best run and walk tracking app for iPhone

Walking and running are hugely popular ways to exercise, and there are several really good iPhone apps that aim to help you keep track of the walking or running you're doing. Since February is Fitness Month at iMore and Mobile Nations, we took a look at the most popular ones, and figured out which one was the best for most people.

That app is Endomondo Pro, and here's why we picked it.

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Yoga Studio for iPhone and iPad review

It's Fitness Month here at iMore and Mobile Nations and this week's focus is on exercise. We've already taken a look at the hardcore bootcamp app P90X, so this time we're going to take a look at an app for a gentler workout approach: Yoga Studio.

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Mailbox for iPhone aims to reinvent the way you manage your inbox

Mailbox for iPhone is a brand new email app that's primary purpose is to let you focus on the messages that matter right now and store away the ones that don't. The Mailbox project seems to draw inspiration from both task management philosophies like Getting Things Done, and email management philosophies like Inbox Zero. Through a list of gestures, swipes, and taps, you quickly filter through emails and drill down to the content that matters right that minute, without being distracted by the rest.

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Track your weight loss with Monitor Your Weight for iPhone and iPad

It's Fitness Month here at iMore and Mobile Nations and for many of us, that means weight loss. For the past couple weeks, I've been on the hunt for an app dedicated to tracking my weight, and it was no easy task. Before the iPhone 5, Weightbot was my go to weight-tracking app, but since Tapbots has not updated Weightbot to support the iPhone 5, I'm ready to move on to an app that does. After searching high and low, I've settled on Monitor Your Weight.

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Apple's request for import ban on Samsung Galaxy Nexus rejected

Apple failed in its effort to get an import ban on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. A U.S. appeals court rejected Apple’s request after revisiting an October decision by the same court. Apple had been hoping that the new panel of judges would overturn the earlier ruling.

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Best forum browsing app for iPhone and iPad

Forums are a super popular way for like minded people to gather and discuss topics that interest them. We have the iMore forums and many other communities have forum boards as well. If you own an iPhone or iPad and actively participate in forum communities, regardless of type, there are apps available in the App Store to help you do it on the go.

We took a look at all the forum apps we could find and Tapatalk 2 for iPhone and Tapatalk HD for iPad by Quoord Systems are the best around when it comes to hooking into forums from any iOS device. Here's why...

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Cygnett Cases for iPad hands-on

Cygnett makes a wide variety of cases for the iPad, and I recently had a chance to look at and try out a bunch of them.

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