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This week's roundup of iPhone and iPad apps includes a fresh update for a much-loved cooking app. Also featured: new apps for those who love photos, scheduling, studying, and their dogs.
We've got a whole range of new ways to help you make better images on your iPhone and iPad. And if you're looking for work? We've got suggestions there, too.
Charlie Brown and NASA are some of the familiar faces in this installment of our regular look at content-rich apps. And even if the term "knelling" isn't immediately familiar to you, it will be after you take a look at Andrew Kim's enhanced iBook on the subject.
Just because you're unplugging for a little bit doesn't mean you want to leave all your technology behind. We've got gadgets and apps that can make the great outdoors even better.
Delicious Library 3, the library organization desktop application from Delicious Monster, debuted on Thursday. It's a relaunch that embraces the Mac’s new Mountain Lion operating system, and also features, for the first time, iOS integration.
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Pocket, the iOS app and Web service for saving Web content to read later, introduced a Mac app on Thursday.
A developer has posted blurry screenshots that are reportedly a native iOS 6 version of Google Maps, under development while Apple's original mapping app for iOS 6 is under fire.
The smartphone apps created to promote the campaigns of President Obama and his Republican election rival Mitt Romney gather a slew of personal data about the folks who use them.
For those who are enthralled with the Curiosity rover, or just love gazing at the summer night sky, there are plenty of iOS apps that'll encourage and inform your inner astronomer.
The tablet is helping scientists do everything from recording research results and keeping up with the latest journals to photographing fish and monitoring rising sea levels.