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Snapseed Is Free Today

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Snapseed is the best photo editing app for iOS. It’s fast, beautiful, and powerful. The app has lots of great filters that can be adjusted and combined, and it also lets you do everything manually. The app includes editing tools like cropping, resizing, and rotation.

There are many great photo apps for IOS, but this is the most complete. It’s a bargain at $4.99, but today you can download it for free.

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Weatherwise is a new weather app for iOS. It’s free, with in-app purchases for new themes. I normally prefer simpler design, but this graphical approach really works.

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Weatherwise is a new weather app for iOS. It’s free, with in-app purchases for new themes. I normally prefer simpler design, but this graphical approach really works.

Tempus Event Calendar For iPhone & iPad On Sale

Tempus is the excellent calendar app from the makers of Calvetica. It makes viewing and adding events easy and fast. It’s on sale for 99 cents, the regular price is $2.99

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Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 For iOS Is Free

Huge price drops for EA games are par for the course, but they rarely offer the full games for free. Grab Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 for both the iPhone and iPad for free.

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ColorSchemer For iPhone Is Free Today

ColorSchemer is a great app for finding and making color schemes. It works with ColourLovers.com. It’s a must have for designers.

It’s free today, the regular price is $2.99.

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Episode 39 By Justin Luey

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Episode 39 of The iPhone Podcast is live.

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Episode 38 By Justin Luey

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The iPhone Podcast Episode 38

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Instagram photo sharing service reaches two million users

Picture-sharing service Instagram (driven only by the popularity of its free iOS app) has hit a whopping two million users already.

I’ve been using this service since the day it came out, and these results don’t surprise me at all. They launched with an app that was better than any of the similar paid apps, and they’ve continued to improve it.

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App review: AirView — Engadget

We just came across a neat little iOS app called AirView which, as you can probably tell from the name, transforms your iOS devices into AirPlay video receivers. And since iOS can also output video via AirPlay, this means you can use AirView to either grab AirPlay streams from your computer’s iTunes, or you can stream videos from one iOS device to another (provided that they are both running iOS 4.2 and above, of course).

Works well for me. No photo or DRM support in this version. I’m surprised Apple approved this, and I’m more surprised they didn’t build this in themselves.

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