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Since the beginning of iOS time, there have been a number of Twitter applications ranging from the most simple to the utterly complex. If you can do it with Twitter, then there’s probably an app that can do it too.

Then, with the release of the iPad, there came a new wave of Twitter accessing apps to fill up the larger screen with even more tweet-bling! So, if you are unsure of the Twitter clients available for iOS, are unsatisfied with your current client, or are even curious to glance at some alternatives, read on. I’ve listed 25 iOS apps that range from feature-packed to action-specific just for you!

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Happy Friday, everyone! Here comes another roundup of our favourite app store games from this week, including some you won’t believe are free. You’ve got a great weekend to look forward to, so let’s get to the toys.

Keep sending us your tips if you’ve got them!

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Now that Summer is coming to an end, the holidays are approaching fast; that means it’s about time we start looking forward to our favorite meal, the beginning of our vacation, or that magical morning in December.

That’s why we’ve compiled the fifteen best iPhone apps for counting down the days to our favorite events.
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We’ve collected the top five reviews, roundups and how-to articles from across the AppStorm network in September. Whether you’re interested in Mac, iPhone, or Web apps, there’s bound to be something you didn’t spot over the course of the month.

Now would be a good time to explore a part of the AppStorm Network you’ve never seen before!

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Some weeks there are so many fun games coming out that it seems like there aren’t enough lunch breaks and commutes to enjoy them in. Lucky for you, we’re on the job to collect the finest of the recent releases and help you prioritize your weekly dose of app entertainment!

This week is no different, and as always we encourage you to get in touch if you’d like your game featured!

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The App Store now has over 200,000 apps. Lured by the gold rush, developers have been churning out apps at a rate of over 1000 apps a week. Pretty much anything you can think of has been turned it to an app.

Today I’m going to be taking a look at some of the best options for making you laugh on your iPhone. Funny stories, jokes, videos, links, and images. This has proved to be one of the most lucrative categories developers, leading to an abundance of cruft. Today I’ll be slicing through the fat of the app store in search of the best iPhone humor apps.

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The flood of 8-bit revival games continues this week with some fresh entries, and if they’re any indication, then this trend just keeps getting better and better. Plus, with the Game Center coming to life and services like OpenFeint collecting results, the long-lost art of arcade-era high score chasing is coming back too.

Here are a few fun new titles we’ve been enjoying this week from the App Store. Want your game featured? Just drop us a line!

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Hey there sports fans. It’s time to fill your iPhone up with the latest and greatest apps to feed your addiction to the NFL, NHL, MLB and whatever else you’re into!

Below we’ve compiled over eighty of the best sports apps on the app store. Whether you’re a player, a fan, a gamer or all of the above there are plenty of apps to keep you occupied all season.

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This week’s Game Friday once again brings a roundup of the some of the best new games for the iPhone. We will be taking a look at a couple of retro-inspired time killers as well as some impressive modern games.
Like always, if you have a game you want reviewed, please let us know!

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“One upon a time …” Well, ok, you wouldn’t start a story like that anymore. You’ll probably have a much more striking idea for the opening which will make the reader of your short story or novel or poem crave to read more. But if the muse strikes you, where do you write it down? What if you don’t happen to have pen and paper or a smartphone with you? Or: how do you write professionally while not at your desk?

With National Novel Writing Month coming up, a 30 day frenzy of writing an entire novel, I took a look at the options the iPad offers us. And even if you’re not ready to lose yourself in NaNoWriMo, some of these writing apps might just fit your needs anyway if you are a serious journal keeper or have other professional writing needs.

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