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World Of Cheese HD iOS Puzzle Game review

World of Cheese HD offers players hours of puzzle solving fun for Free. The game has puzzles based on a huge mouse named Mr. Mousey; original, hay?  Players must help Mr. Mousey find cheese throughout the house, so puzzles must be solved in order to get to the reward. Some of the puzzles require a great deal of thinking in order to complete, so there are both simple and challenging options. Think before tapping the screen because the fewer times you tap the screen, the better you will do.

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Online Educational and Social Collaboration Innovation: Classting

Classting is more than a brilliant productivity app for students and teachers; it may well represent a paradigm shift in how educators, students, and their parents communicate in and out of the classroom. It’s a collaboration and social media platform designed to streamline classroom communication and connect students, instructors, and parents in the same class and around the world.

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SnapStory iOS App Review: Add Text Overlays & Filters

SnapStory is a free application developed by Chengdu Everimaging Science and Technology Co., Ltd. that someone can use to add text and skins to photos.

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Fiverr uses your iPhone to hire someone for as little as $5

When you need to hire someone, whether to edit an audio file or design graphics for a low price, Craigslist is one of the most common places to go. If you really want to pinch pennies and find someone to do the job for the lowest price possible, you should try out Fiverr, a free service that pairs potential customers with potential service providers willing to do the job for as little as $5 or more. You can even do it from your phone with the just launched Fiverr iPhone app. Read More »

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Dozens of iPhone and iPad apps on sale for Black Friday

Apple has posted some Black Friday deals related to iPads and accessories, but if you're in the mood to fill those devices with new apps as soon as they arrive, you might want to take a look at this list of apps that are on sale as part of an effort to kick off the holiday shopping season. This list (after the break) comes courtesy of iMore.com.

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Dropbox remains strong despite Steve Jobs vowing to kill it with iCloud

Steve Jobs told Dropbox CEO Drew Houston that Dropbox was a feature, not a product when he attempted to purchase the company. Houston recently spoke about that meeting with Jobs and how the famous tech innovator vowed to “kill” his company with Apple’s own competitor. Read More »

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Learn Guitar Using Coach Guitar iOS App

CoachGuitar is an iOS application which users can download for free to learn guitar.  Users can choose from four different songs for free.  Other songs can be downloaded for a reasonable price of $3.99.  The library currently has over 60 song titles and growing daily.  Each song has video demonstrations broken down into short learning videos, along with tablature and finger placement on screen.  Save hundreds of dollarts in lesson fees for guitar lessons. Read More »

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Google Play Music for iPhone mixes your music collection and millions of other songs

Google Play Music is a music streaming service that combines all of the popular music formats into one app. It has millions of songs from major record labels that you can listen to at any moment, creates Pandora-style personal radio stations based on an artist, and lets you upload 20,000 of your personal music collection to store in the cloud. And it’s available now for the iPhone.

Play Music has been an Android exclusive until now, but Google has released an app that lets iPhone users listen to any song in Google’s music library and supplement their own collection to fill in the gaps. The All Access feature, which provides the on-demand music listening of Google’s library and radio stations without ads or skip limits, requires a $9.99 monthly fee. If you just plan to upload your personal collection of 20,000 songs or less, you can still enjoy Google Play Music without paying.

Other features include:

  • Listen to unlimited songs
  • Create custom radio stations from any song, artist or album
  • Enjoy radio without skip limits
  • Get smart recommendations based on your tastes
  • Enjoy handcrafted playlists from our music experts
  • Downloading songs for offline listening

Google has made Play Music available in more than 20 countries. A list of the supported markets is available here.

Download Google Play Music

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