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Fuse for iPhone manages your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts all in one place

Fuse for iPhone aims to make managing your social life just a little bit easier by combining your social feeds into one easy to read timeline. With support for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn, Fuse makes for a great way to catch up with all your friend's activities quickly and without the need for toggling between apps.

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How to quickly access drafts in Twitter for iOS

If you use Twitter for iOS on either your iPhone or iPad, you've probably had a time where you had a tweet fail and tell you it has been saved to your drafts. Whether that reason was spotty service or something else, you will need to try and resend it at a later time. Drafts also doubles as a nice place to jot down thoughts for a later time if you don't have time to interact with followers right that second.

Instead of hopping through several menus, here's how to access the drafts section of Twitter for iPhone and iPad in only one tap:

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Facebook for iOS updated with OpenTable integration for restaurant reservations, better hashtag support, and more

Facebook for iOS has just been updated with a few new features for both iPhone and iPad users including the ability to tap on hashtags to view more on that specific topic, options to make restaurant reservations at participating locations in the US, and a cleaner timeline interface for iPad users.

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Ruby brings a clean and customizable Reddit experience to iOS

Ruby for Reddit provides a clean interface paired with functionality and customizations that the default Reddit app doesn't give you. If you're heavily active in the Reddit community, Ruby is the best option currently available.

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Map out, share, collaborate, and create memories with Grid for iOS

Grid for iPhone is a new and unique way not only to share memories but to collaborate on ideas. By functioning not only as somewhat of a scrapbook, it can double as a workspace for you to plan trips and any other kind of function you'd like with friends and family. Grid is pretty much a blank canvas for you to do as you please.

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Branch launches Potluck, a social network without the social headaches

Potluck is a new social network developed by Branch that allows you to share content in the form of links. It manages how you interact with others a little differently though. Instead of checking your Twitter feed or Facebook feed for contact that might interest you, friends can simply tag you only in the content they think would interest you while you do the same.

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Head for Facebook: Access Facebook on your Mac anytime, no browser required

There are lots of apps out there that give you quick access to many different services including Facebook and Twitter. Head for Facebook gives you instant access to your Facebook account directly from your desktop on your Mac. The cool thing about Head for Facebook is that it actually looks good, doesn't get in your way, and actually works great.

More → launches Passport app for iPhone, lets you manage accounts, browse for ADN clients, and more! (ADN) has released Passport, an iPhone app that aims to make it easy to manage your experience. Current users can sign in to manage their profile, find people to follow, and browse ADN apps. You can download apps without leaving Passport by tapping the “App Store” button next to the application’s name on the list, causing its App Store page to pop up and allowing you to purchase and download the app before dismissing it and returning to the app list.

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Find My Friends updated with better controls for sending notifications

Find My Friends has been updated with a new user interface for setting up location-based notifications. Alerts tell you when you or a friend arrives or departs from a given location, and with this update, you now have control over what distance from the location alerts are triggered.

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Twitterrific 5 updated with push notifications, more

Twitterrific, the elegant Iconfactory Twitter client for iPhone and iPad, has been updated to support one of their most requested features -- push notifications. Currently in beta, users are being added to Twitterrific's push system in batches of 1,000 to make sure servers stay up and the experience remains positive for everyone. If you don't get into the push beta immediately, just try again in a few days. (You can find it in the Settings section.)

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