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Black Friday is the time of year that a lot of people wait for, and for good measure. It’s probably the best time to buy any product that you’ve been craving for, especially gadgets and related assortments. Traditionally, hardware isn’t the only component that sees price slashes; a lot of apps, games, widgets and whatnot goes through price cuts as well, and gives buyers a wonderful opportunity to enhance their arsenal with coveted titles.

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Black Friday isn’t just a day for getting in line outside your nearest big box retailer in the hope that you’ll be able to snag that big screen TV or the last remaining Furby. These days the fun happens just as much online as it does on the high street, and that goes for digital stores as well. Sales are currently kicking off all over the internet, and Apple’s iOS App Store is no different.

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Electronic Arts and Gameloft are big developers in the gaming industry, and as veterans of many a great title, many of us look forward to the holiday period in the hope that the company will deliver another wave of great savings on some of its best. That has once more proven to be the case, as most of EA’s and Gameloft’s best titles are now free or down to just $0.99. Details – and a list of those games available on the cheap – can be found after the break.

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2012 is drawing to a close, and among the bunch of round-up posts we’re going to be seeing throughout the blogosphere, Apple has piped up prematurely with its annual Best Of list. Every year, the Cupertino company hand-picks its favorite apps of the year alongside the bestsellers, and with hundreds of thousands of new entries every year, it can be easy to miss some of the very best. Here, we run through each and every one.

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iOS 6 has only just made it way onto iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices worldwide, and despite Apple bragging of some 200 new changes, it’s fair to day many are struggling to find many of real significance moving forward. Although the Maps app may have come as a disappointment, there’s quite a bit of anticipation encircling Passbook – Apple’s very own answer to NFC – and although there aren’t too many establishments supporting the Cupertino’s flagship iOS 6 feature, more and more apps are being added to the App Store at an hourly rate.

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