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We’ve put together a list of the best iPhone and iPad apps you might’ve missed this week.We have a new app for news junkies, an app that recommends real-world events for you to attend, and even a game about fighting trolls.
Scoople pulls in news stories from a variety of sources to let you share them with friends and add your opinions to them. Keep in touch with friends and keep in touch with current events!
If you have a Roku box, the newly-updated Roku app will help it come to life even more. The update adds improved device detection, a remote control with d-pad buttons, and shortcuts for Pandora, Netflix, and Crackle.
You love your dog -- why not take advantage of an app that will help you build a cool scrapbook of photos and dog-related events for you to look back on? You can log your dog's exercise, record new favourite treats and activities, and even store notes on a visit to the vet.
The Hacker is an abstract puzzle-solving game that lets you simulates hacking and advance through the world of the game.
This universal app combines all your favourite elements of fantasy and tower defence to make it a fast-paced and addictive game. Defend your towers from the troll hordes!
Have you ever wished there were a more subtle way to thumb through the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue? This is it -- pictures of hot babes with little covering them.
Redder is a new Reddit client to make browsing and contributing to your favourite social aggregator site even easier. We love the sharp interface and intuitive controls.
If you use Tumblr to keep a photoblog, check out PowerTumblr -- it lets you snap photos and post them online in an instant.
NPR is quickly becoming one of the go-to places to find new music, and this app is perfect to help you find a new favourite band. Stream songs, read editorial reviews, and search a 5,000-artist database to see interviews and live tour dates.
RAVN is essentially Pandora for real-life events. Tell this app what you like and it will recommend street fairs, exhibitions, and night life events in your city.
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