RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 for iOS has arrived on the App Store, bringing with it none of the in-app purchase nonsense that we saw in previously-released RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile, and instead of being free to play, costs a reasonable $4.99.

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Parallels Access app for iOS has just been updated to version 3.0, bringing with it a bunch of improvements, most notably the experimental support for playing PC games on your iPhone or iPad, support for the Apple Watch, and file sharing for both Android and iOS devices.

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For limited time only, here’s how to download Goat Simulator On iOS for free on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Normally it costs $5 from the App Store.

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Every week, Apple features an impressive app as its ‘App of the Week’ which is made available for free for seven days before it returns to its original price. The time has arrived again and this week’s app happens to be one with some of the best 3D photo effects you’ll ever come across on your iOS device, and if you wish to save on the $1.99 price tag that it usually carries, now is the time.

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It’s fair to say that Microsoft has fully embraced the existence of the Apple Watch from initial launch. Owners of Apple’s precise and beautiful timepiece have been able to interact with a number of Microsoft apps pretty much from day one. The software giant has now shown its clearest indication yet that it will continue to develop cutting-edge software that’s compatible with the Apple Watch by releasing an upgrade to its popular Microsoft Outlook email app which brings extended compatibility for the wrist-worn gadget.

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Apple’s iMessage, like so many other instant messaging solutions, sends read receipts to those who have sent you messages. The idea is that everyone can see when their messages have been read by the receiving party which should mean you no longer have to wonder whether your message was received or not. It’s a great feature, but it can have its problems.

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This week’s App Store Free App of the Week is the excellent Worms3 for iPhone and iPad, and you can download it for nothing right now.

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After initially teasing the latest offering in the extremely popular franchise via its social media accounts, Rovio has now officially launched Angry Birds 2 for the iOS and Android platforms. Mobile owners may have seen a number of Angry Birds incarnations over the years, such as the Star Wars spin-off and the Transformers collaboration, but Angry Birds 2 is the official sequel to the biggest mobile game of all time, and promises to be “bigger, badder and birdier”.

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Here’s how to get watchOS like icons on iOS home screen on your iPhone or iPad using ‘Watch iOS’ theme and Anemone tweak.

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Here’s how to add new emoji characters to stock iOS keyboard on your iPhone and iPad. Works with both iOS 8.4 and iOS 8.3.

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Every so often a jailbreak tweak pops up that embodies what can make the jailbreak scene so awesome. Amidst a sea of mediocre tweaks and apps, there is always one that stands out from the crowd. This week, that tweak is Alympus.

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Sharing images from your Instagram feed with your friends has always been an issue. Instagram makes sharing image URLs possible, though the feature isn’t immediately obvious, and we’ve always wondered whether there is a better way. Turns out there might just be.

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We all have to deal with far too much email, whether we like it or not. If your job involves email then you receive even more of it, and we doubt that too many people enjoy dealing with it on iOS, even with some of the excellent email apps that have appeared over the last couple of years.

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The iOS dock is one of the most useful feature of iOS that provides a quick access to your frequently used apps. If you’re looking to give it a fresh new look, you should probably check out a new jailbreak tweak known as CirDock.

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This week’s free gift courtesy of Apple’s App Store allows gamers to dive head first into all of the wonderful adventures in Bikini Bottom. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to live in a pineapple under the sea, or work long hours at the Krusty Krab then this is something you just aren’t going to want to miss. As part of the cupertino company’s weekly tradition of serving up a free app of the week Nickelodeon’s adolescent favourite “SpongeBob Moves In” is free for the next seven days.

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Following hot on the heels of the recent Android update, YouTube for iPhone and iPad has now received the latest update as well. Google’s mobile development team has been full of busy lately with the recent release of the beautiful Spotlight Stories, and now, thanks to this latest update, the updated YouTube app on the iOS App Store finally has a fix in place for those annoying vertically captured videos that seem to cause everyone so much anger and fury.

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Apple has today launched its latest big App Store promotion, with 100 apps and games now available for a paltry $0.99, with some of the biggest names in the App Store available for some pretty big discounts. Everyone loves a bargain, and if our first run through what’s on offer in this promotion is anything to go by, it’s got more than a couple of must-have titles ripe for the taking.

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Here’s how to add lyrics for Apple Music songs in iOS Music app on iPhone. This method requires an iOS device which is jailbroken to work.

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For those of you who love the Phantom jailbreak tweak for Snapchat, there’s some good news. A new version is now available that solves the recent issue of Snapchat locking accounts of those who use jailbreak tweaks to enhance Snapchat app’s functionality.

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Google has continued to expand its growing arsenal of native mobile apps by releasing its new Spotlight Stories app for iPhone onto Apple’s iOS App Store. If you’re a a follower of the Google Motorola saga then you may remember that when the Google sold the smartphone maker to Lenovo, it kept Motorola’s ATAP Division which was responsible for the creation of Spotlight stuff that featured on Motorola devices. After initially creating a dedicated app to showcase the content for the Android platform back in May, Google has now launched with the same delightful content on Apple’s iOS.

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