As TV shows go, Game of Thrones is among the most popular, and given that most movies and series spawn games to supplement the experience, it was only a matter of time before a Game of Thrones title emerged. Today, the time has come for Game of Thrones Ascent to make its grand introduction at the Google Play Store and Apple’s iTunes Store for Android and iPhone respectively, and if you’re captivated by the show, you’ll almost certainly want to check this one out.

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It’s a new day, and a new hunt for free apps by our dedicated team around the iTunes App Store for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. While there’s no shortage of inherently free titles for the iOS platform, nothing beats the ability of getting otherwise-paid apps for free, and that’s what we’re after on a daily basis. Our findings today include a number of great apps that you can get your hands on completely free if you hurry, so without further ado, here are today’s best paid apps gone free for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.

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Sir Paul McCartney, the English singer, songwriter, composer, musician and founding member of The Beatles, has embraced the iPad to bring five of his classic albums to the iOS App Store. The musical works of art have been remastered and transformed into native iPad apps by McCartney and his record label, Concord Music Group. As well as including special remastered versions of each song from the classic albums, the individual iPad apps also offer signature content and media that has been created specifically with this project in mind.

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It’s a polarizing fact that, to many, celebrity is everything, and when we consider those who command the lion’s share of the media spotlight, reality TV queen Kim Kardashian is right up there. But while, in tech circles, she doesn’t really get much of a mention, her new iOS and Android game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood has taken the charts by storm, and the free-to-download app, it is reckoned, could rake in an eye-watering $200 million per year.

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Apple has today struck a deal with IBM that will see devices like the iPhone and iPad build a stronger presence in the enterprise market, with IBM’s obvious clout among business helping to seal what will no doubt be a mutually beneficial deal. Announced today by means of a press release, IBM will take the opportunity to integrate its own pool of services and solutions into these Apple-made devices before selling the tailored experience on to specific, pin-pointed businesses and industries.

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The iTunes App Store is awash with great apps, but while most of us would love to simply download them all, we’d soon rack up a bill amounting to a small fortune. This is why, we try our utmost to present you guys with the best deals and freebies on a daily basis, and below, we’ve got another ten great apps gone free over at the App Store.

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Not content with already having singlehandedly cornered the music recognition market, Shazam has just updated its iOS apps to include some new music streaming integration that will see users able to identify and then listen to entire tracks without ever having to leave the comfort of the Shazam app.

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We’ve covered plenty of great app deals here, but on this occasion, we’ve a special treat. For instead of four, five or six apps gone free, we’ve got a sizeable haul of nine, and if your home screen is looking a little scant, check the details below!

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Even though Apple makes every new iOS device considerably better than the last and, by some miracle, thinner and lighter than the preceding model, one common quibble that consumers have is in the waning battery life. Even though the likes of the iPhone and iPad excel in most departments, battery retention is not one of them, and as such, users are often left with a well-built, stylish, and feature-rich device that won’t power up. Apparently, though, Tim Cook’s company is joining forces with Intelligent Energy in a collaborative effort that may see iDevices, as well as other products like the MacBook, keep going for up to a week by embedding fuel cells into them.

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Apple’s iPad is among the most coveted in the tablet game, and given that the Cupertino outfit is credited with forging this now-lucrative market, this is to be expected. However, while it’s a well-made device – as is the case with most hardware out of Cupertino – the nickel element of its metal finish is apparently causing irritation on the skin of young children coming into contact with the slate.

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We place a great deal of importance on our mobile devices in this day and age, and you only have to look at the scrum of eager consumers at ever iPhone launch to realize that Apple lovers take their gadgets very seriously indeed. But whilst it is often said of the iPhone’s appeal that consumers would “sell a kidney” to get hold of the latest handset, it’s not a phrase that we actually take to heart, but unfortunately, one young lady has tragically died in trying to keep hold of her iPad.

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Ingress, Google’s intriguing augmented reality title for Android, has just made its début on the iTunes App Store, allowing iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users to get a piece of the action. It’s free of charge, and below, we’ve got the details and download link so be sure to join us right after the break!

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The jailbreak community is still recovering from the release of the Pangu untether for iOS 7.1.x, with many incompatible tweaks having been updated in compliance with the newer firmware. Activator, a tweak central to the Cydia scene as a whole, has just been given its customary bump to support the latest software, so if your device has been given the Pangu treatment and you’d like to call upon the services of Activator, join us after the break for all of the details.

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Jailbreak king and the man behind Cydia, Jay Freeman, had taken to the web to post a lengthy diatribe about a variety of things ranging from the monetization of Cydia to his own motivations to actually do the work on Cydia in the first place.

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We’re all for paying for great apps, but there’s no denying that there are few finer things in smartphone-owning life than getting a real gem of an app for free, especially when it would usually cost you money. Sometimes there really is such a thing as a free lunch, no matter what the naysayers have to say.

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It’s a well-known fact that Samsung spends copious amounts of money on advertising and marketing, and a good deal of that budget is commanded by adverts bashing rival Apple in one way or another. Two of the most influential outfits in mobile space, it’s not uncommon for each company to deliver several ads a year taking shots at the other’s products and services, and as such, it should come as little surprise that Samsung’s efforts to plug its Galaxy Tab S line includes a few not-so-subtle digs at the Apple iPad.

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As you know by now, iOS 8 beta 3 download links are live for iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, 4S, iPad 2 and over, iPod touch 5G on Apple’s Dev Center. Apple unveiled iOS 8 to the world for the first time at WWDC 2014. iOS 8 brings a ton of new features to supported devices. More information on the features new in iOS 8 can be found here.

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iOS 7.1.2 download links are now live for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, fixing a bug pertaining to the encryption of email attachments and iMessage delivery. Additionally, a further lock screen-related bug has also been dealt with, and so if you’re running iOS 7.1.1 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, it is highly recommended that you download the update right away.

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The daily deals never cease, particularly where the App Store is concerned, and given that this week just so happens to be the sixth anniversary of Apple’s famed apps and games portal, we present to you a sizeable dose of paid apps gone free for iOS. Below, you’ll find the details and download links, so whether your home screen is looking a little bare or you just want some entertainment for the weekend, be sure to join us after the fold.

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On a daily basis, we seek to bring you guys the very best deals on apps and games for iOS and Android, and today, we’re back with another five titles for iPhone and iPad users. You guys know the drill, so join us below, where you’ll find the details, original prices and of course, those download links.

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