iOS 8.1.3 / iOS 8.2 Pangu, TaiG and PP jailbreak exploits for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been patched by Apple with the release of this new firmware today. More details can be found right here past the jump.

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Launcher, a popular widget that offered users the ability to add a number of quick, convenient shortcuts, was hastily removed from the App Store as quickly as it arrived back in September. The reason behind its ousting was to do with Apple not liking the manner of Launcher’s functionality, with the Cupertino’s App Store moderation concluding that it wasn’t appropriate. However, it seems that Apple has now reversed this decision, and the much-celebrated Today widget app can be downloaded and used once again. More info, as well as the direct download link, can be seen below.

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This week’s App Store Free App of the Week is Dark Echo, a sound-based horror game that only made its debut on iOS last month. Some of the apps that are part of Apple’s promotion can be a little stale, but not this one.

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If you have played Grand Theft Auto: Vice City on your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, you might have noticed how the resolution of the game on both the new smartphones was a bit off. Well, Rockstar now comes in bearing glad tidings for all GTA: Vice City users, as the developer updates the game with native resolution support for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Head over the jump for further information.

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The App Store is packed to the gills with free apps, but most of the time, those that appear free are bundled with ads or in-app purchase structures that restrict the experience until money is handed over. When paid apps go free for a limited time, though, a freebie really does become a freebie, and if you happen to enjoy first-person shooters, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Modern Combat 5: Blackout has just shaken off its $4 price tag for the very first time. Check below for the direct download link!

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It has long been rumored that Facebook would add a payments system permitting those on its network to transfer money between one another, and today, said feature has been announced. Although not ready to roll out just yet, users of Facebook’s Messenger app will soon be able to send money to other users, and notably, it’s completely free of charge.

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Google Chromecast users can now use their TV remote to control content being played via the Big G’s HDMI dongle. Head over the jump to read all about this much needed ability, which sure took its time to head out to users.

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The App Store, Google Play, and Windows Store have spawned many great new titles and series for mobile devices, and also, overseen plenty of remakes and ports of old classics. From Sonic CD to Tetris, retro gaming has enjoyed something of a renaissance in recent times, but one company has been conspicuous by its absence. Nintendo, maker of many iconic games including the much-loved Super Mario, has hitherto opted to pit its faith in its DS series of handheld consoles. But now, it seems, the Japanese outfit is finally ready to cave.

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According to a new report, Apple could be looking to launch its own Internet based TV service in the fourth quarter of 2015, with support for over 25 channels. A rather surprising but welcome news, head over the jump for further information on this purported development.

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If you were ever looking for a way to unlock your Mac using your iPhone or iPad’s Touch ID sensor, then this wonderful app for iOS – and its companion Mac app – is all you need to fulfill that purpose, and it has gone absolutely free for a limited period of time – $3.99 value. Head over the jump for further information on this awesome piece of software.

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New TinyUmbrella is out. Save your blobs for iOS 8.1.3 – iOS 8.2 now for future downgrades. More details and direct download links can be found here.

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Fix for iOS keyboard problem in Safari has been implemented in iOS 8.3 by Apple for iPhone users. More details, and screenshot, can be found here.

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The TaiG Jailbreak Team, currently one of the most prominent in the area of jailbreaking and iOS hacking, has announced that it will host a mobile security summit later this month.

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Microsoft’s Cortana digital assistant has been the subject of rave reviews since first emerging with Windows Phone 8.1, and having begun life as a mobile-based service, will be an integral part of the software giant’s wider ecosystem with Windows 10. As the company continues to ready its forthcoming edition of Windows, it has now been revealed that Cortana will be headed to both iOS and Android in the near future, and given the numerous capabilities of Cortana and the improvements that’ll no doubt arrive during the coming months, it’s a move that actually makes a great deal of sense.

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Looking to save a quick buck on a very cool app? Well thanks to Apple’s App of the Week initiative, you can save a whole three bucks on a very enjoyable, retro title. Not only is it free for a limited time, but it’s also the very first occasion that said app has shaken off its price tag entirely, and below, we’ve got full details along with that all-important download link.

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Here’s how you can download and install iOS 8.3 public beta 3 on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch using Apple’s Beta Seed Program without a developer account. More details and complete how-to guide can be found here.

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Apple has just released iOS 8.3 beta 3 download for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The update comes in just a few days after iOS 8.2 was released this week. More news on this development can be found right here.

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Whenever Apple drops a new iOS version, there’s always a complaint, and this time around, the battery life is apparently affected. But a common theme with iOS 8 has been the performance level on older, less able devices, and below, you can check out a comparison of iOS 8.2 versus its predecessor running on the iPhone 4s and iPhone 5. For an interesting angle, there’s also a quick look at iOS 8.2 up against iOS 7.1.2.

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There has been plenty of discussion revolving around Apple’s recent method of bringing large, feature-laden updates to iOS on a yearly basis. Many have argued that doing so means that the company isn’t able to spend the time required to iron out as many bugs as possible. Those of such a persuasion are quick to point to some of the glaring issues that iOS 7 and iOS 8 have suffered from and, in all honesty, they probably have a point.

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Google has its fingers in just about every corner of our lives these days, and that has never been more evident as in the world of productivity. Gmail is synonymous with email at this point, and Google Calendar houses appointments and the like for a huge number of people around the globe. If you’re an iPhone user then you have had an official Gmail app for some time, and while you can tie Google Calendar into third-party calendar apps and even Apple’s own, a real Google Calendar app from the team in Mountain View has been sorely lacking.

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