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Square Enix Gives Canada First Dibs to ‘Hitman: Sniper’ for iOS [Review]

Hitman Sniper is a challenging sniping game, but is lacking variety right now

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Polamatic: Shake It Like a Polaroid Picture [Review]

If you’re a fan of old Polaroid photos you can relive their magic with Polamatic

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Deezer: Streaming Music That’s Free, But Mobile Comes at a Cost [Review]

Deezer is a great app for steaming and discovering music

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AMA: Read Reddit AMAs on Your iPhone [Review]

AMA gives you a good taste of what Reddit AMAs are, but the website provides a better experience

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Checking out Instagram’s HyperLapse to Make Time-Lapse Videos

Make time lapse videos with ease using Hyperlapse from Instagram.

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Curious: Learn Anything by Watching Videos and Taking Courses [Review]

Learn many, many skills with Curious

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Hanx Writer iPad App by Tom Hanks: Nostalgic and Fun [Review]

Hanx Writer may be a nostalgic gimmick, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fun or useful

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Overcast: A Great Alternative to the Podcasts iOS App [Review]

Overcast works well as a podcast player, but you’ll have to pay $4.99 to unlock it’s standout features

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Withings Health Mate: Track Your Steps and Measure Your Heart Rate [Review]

Though Health Mate is meant to work with Withings products, it works well by itself as a pedometer and heart rate measuring device.

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Monty Python’s The Ministry of Silly Walks [Review]

Monty Python’s Ministry of Silly Walks is both challenging and silly, but isn’t much different from all the endless runners on the App Store

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Chaticle : Chat About Interesting Articles with Friends [Review]

Although Chaticle delivers on what it promises, it doesn’t make chatting about articles easier than Facebook does

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Reuters Sports Reel: Live Sports Highlights In Pictures [Review]

Staying up-to-date with the latest highlights from the World Cup is easy with Reuters Sports Reel

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