This neat little widget lets you dial numbers right from iOS 8 Notification Center without having to launch the Phone app. More details and download link can be found right here.

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Even though Apple has, with iOS, sought to make it easy for us to capture photos and videos quickly before that Kodak Moment passes us by, there’s always a bit of a delay, and it’s the split-second wait while we open up the app, gather our composure, position the device and shoot, that can be the difference between a perfect, treasured snap and a blurred impression of the aftermath. The app we’re featuring today has made a name for itself on Google’s Android in the past for the speed in which it permits one to take photos, and with widget support also a part of the deal following the iOS 8 update, this is one tool that all amateur photographers should have in their armory.

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This handy iOS 8 extension lets you view a photo’s exif metadata right from Photos app on iPhone or iPad, and has gone free for a limited time. More details and download link can be found here.

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Running a jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch offers many well-documented advantages over stock software, namely the ability to alter the functionality and UX in ways that Apple would simply never permit. But it’s not all a bed of roses, of course. Jailbreaks are, after all, the result of developers finding and exploiting holes within the Apple platform, so while the plus points of running jailbroken vs. untouched software may be enticing, you may also be afflicted by nastiness that would otherwise not have reached you. Case in point: a new proof-of-concept tweak that is not only dangerous, but potentially fatal to your device in that, as per the author, it will brick your device irreversibly once installed.

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Not impressed with your iPhone or iPad’s battery life? Then you should try out this app that has just gone free for a limited time – $0.99 value – and is available to download right away. Head over the jump for further details.

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The jailbreak scene is currently thriving thanks to the three major exploits that have arisen since the launch of iOS 8 back in September. Pangu, TaiG, and PP have all catered to the tweak-loving masses, and while Apple’s iOS 8.1.3 may have halted proceedings for now, authors of tweaks old and new have continued to churn out the updates. If you’re jailbroken and looking for a way to boost the interactivity of your lock screen, a new tweak has just appeared that is being touted as the spiritual successor to the famed JellyLock. Full details, as well as info on where you can download said tweak, can be seen after the break.

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Here’s a list of some of the best paid iOS, Mac, and Android apps out there that can be downloaded absolutely free for a limited time. Head over the jump for the rundown of the apps.

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A new jailbreak tweak brings system-wide options and features to iOS 8 and is available to download from Cydia right now.

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It’s Valentine’s Day 2015, if you need some inspiration, here are five best free iOS apps for iPhone and iPad to add some convenience to your love life. Read on after the jump, for the complete list.

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Last April, Nike cooled down on its Nike+ FuelBand endeavors in a move that was attributed to Apple’s impending smartwatch efforts. But despite rumors of the wearable’s demise, the line-up is still on sale, as is the companion app for iOS. Today, said app has been treated to a rather generous update, which not only offers integration with the iOS HealthKit, but also permits users to track data without the need for a FuelBand in the first place.

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Along with the incredible growth of the iTunes App Store in terms of general content, the way that payments are gathered by developers has shifted dramatically since third parties were first given the opportunity to supplement the iOS experience. Whereas paid apps and games were sold at a flat rate, at one-dollar increments from $0.99 upwards, today’s App Store sees the vast majority of successful titles given away for free. Devs can generate continued revenue by offering certain aspects of a game for purchase after the initial download, but with many consumers having grown frustrated with this system, Apple has launched a new App Store section that points out titles available for a one-off rate.

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Pinterest, the social network that allows people to ‘pin’ images, has announced that users of its iPhone and iPad apps will be able to download new apps right from within its iOS app thanks to a new partnership with Apple.

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Here’s how you can add native haptic feedback to iOS 8 keyboard on iPhone the easy way. More details can be found right here.

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Even companies that, on paper, seem largely unrelated like to form mutually beneficial partnerships, and given how often you see a MacBook’s glowing logo in a coffee shop, it should come as no surprise that Starbucks has just brought Apple Pay capabilities to its official iOS app. There are several other new features besides, the details of which you’ll find below.

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Majority of us have been in a situation at one time or another where we’ve been locked out of our homes -or place of work – because we’ve lost or misplaced our keys. It’s not going to be the worst thing that you ever have to contend with in your time on earth, but it can certainly prove to be extremely inconvenient and problematic if it happens. Can you imagine if you never had to worry about that again? What if you could simply carry a photo of your keys around on your smartphone and then use an app to print a 3D copy of it in the event if it’s lost? It’s a crazy world that we live in but that’s exactly what the KeyMe app for iPhone offers.

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Want to watch 57th Annual Grammy Awards 2015 Live Stream on mobile or web? Here we have detailed all the options to watch this year’s Grammy’s on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android or your desktop.

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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 kicks off in just a few days, with February 14th being the start of the eleventh world competition to take place in a sport that is massive around the world. As with every big sporting event, whether that be the Olympics or FIFA World Cup, people want to keep up to speed with how well their team is doing, as well as those that they are going to be competing against. Now they can do just that when the Cricket World Cup starts, thanks to the official app for both iOS and Android.

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Here’s how to get downloader app to download music from SoundCloud on iPhone, iPad for offline playback the easy way. More details can be found here after the jump.

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The weekend is here and once again, we bring to you some of the most popular iOS and Mac apps that have gone absolutely free for a limited period. Head on after the break for the complete rundown.

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The world of quantified self apps is a big one, with everyone from startups to multinational sports brands getting in on the game via a plethora of apps and associated hardware. But few have done it by making a game. That’s what Happitech has done.

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