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Yandex Launches Social Search App Wonder Aimed At US

Update: Facebook has pulled data from Wonder. More here. Russian search engine company Yandex has launched a new social search app for the iPhone and iPod Touch for people in the U.S. It’s called Wonder, and taps into Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Foursquare, iTunes, and Last.fm to provide answers to questions based on data from your friends, as well as location …

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Twitter Launches Six-Second Video App Vine for iPhone

As previously reported, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo previewed what an upcoming Twitter video-sharing experience would look like when he tweeted, using Vine, which the company acquired last year. Today, the company officially launched the offering in the form of a downloadable iOS app. From the company blog: Today, we’re introducing Vine: a mobile service that lets you capture and share …

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Turn Yourself Into A Zombie With This Walking Dead App

AMC recently launched the “Dead Yourself” app for iPhone and Facebook, which uses your iPhone camera or webcam to take your photo, and gives you options to give yourself a zombie makeover. The network blogged about it today, with step-by-step instructions (although it’s pretty self-explanatory). (image) Check it out at DeadYourself.com. The show returns on February 10. AMC released this …

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Google Coordinate Gets An iPhone App

Back in June, Google introduced Google Maps Coordinate, a tool designed to improve the communication between businesses and their employees while they’re on the go. Update: Google has now officially announced the app. The tool has been available on Android, but now there’s an iPhone version in the App Store, with a shorter name – Google Coordinate. According to iDownloadBlog …

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Apple App Store Surpasses 40 Billion Downloads

Apple announced on Monday that the App Store has surpassed 40 billion downloads. That’s unique downloads excluding re-downloads and updates. Nearly half of that came in last year alone. The company also says it has over 500 million active users, and surpassed over 2 billion downloads during the month of December. There are over 775,000 apps available in the store, …

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Google’s ITA Data Heads To MileWise For iPhone

Google announced today that MileWise users can search with its ITA Software QPX pricing and shopping technology on their iPhones, in addition to on miilewise.com. “This means MileWise users have improved speed and range of search options whether they’re using their desktop, laptop, tablet or mobile device,” says Google’s Asif Khan. iPhone users will be able to combine two one-way …

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Google Updates Blogger App For iOS

Google has released an update for its Blogger app on iOS, adding native support for iPhone 5 and the first three generations of iPad. “It also contains the addition of Google Analytics for application usage statistics, updated save post options to ‘Save as draft’, ‘Publish’ or ‘Cancel’, and some minor bug fixes including an issue with Japanese keyboards,” says Blogger …

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YouTube Capture App Launches For iPhone

YouTube launched a new app called YouTube Capture today for the iPhone and iPod Touch. It uploads video in the background when you stop recording, so it’s “ready to share sooner”. “YouTube Capture was designed for speed and convenience, so you can film and upload a video in as few as 3 clicks,” a YouTube spokesperson tells WebProNews. “You can …

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Delicious Has A New iPhone App

Delicious announced that it has a new iPhone app available in the App Store. A little over a month ago, the site got a new design (again). It’s still in demo mode, but it is the basis for the new app, so perhaps they can get some users used to it on the app before changing it up for all …

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Square Launches Gift Cards, Includes Passbook Integration

Square announced the launch of Square Gift Cards, which can be redeemed with the company’s Square Wallet offering or Apple’s Passbook. Square Wallet is the company’s app that lets users pay for things. Passbook, if you’re unfamiliar, is a feature added to the most recent version of iOS, which lets users access boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, …

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YouTube iOS App Gets iPad And iPhone 5 Friendly

YouTube has launched an update for its iOS app, which is designed for the iPad, and has some updates for the iPhone 5 and iPod Touch. “Just in time for the holidays, now you can download or update the YouTube app with a look designed for the iPad and iPhone 5, enhanced AirPlay support, videos that start faster and play …

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Khan Academy iPhone App Is About To Launch

Earlier this year, Khan Academy released an iPad app. On Tuesday, the nonprofit shared a sneak peek at its new free iPhone app, which it says will come out this week. Here’s a look: No word on the potential release of an Android app, but it seems fairly likely that one will be released eventually, given the number of people …

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