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Best Apps of 2012: Great Games for Android and iPhone

Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Infinity Blade 2, and other terrific smartphone games will encourage your creativity, test your reflexes, and challenge your wits.

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Best Apps of 2012: Top Replacement Apps for Android and iPhone

No need to settle for the apps that came with your Android handset or iPhone. Assistant, GroupMe, and other capable replacements offer extra functionality.

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The Best Apps for Android and iPhone, 2012 Edition

The right apps can give your iPhone or Android smartphone superpowers. Facing speeding deadlines? Want awesome entertainment? Need instantaneous news? This collection of super apps is ready to save the day!

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Best Apps of 2012: Top Entertainment Apps for Android and iPhone

With Turntable.fm, Tweetbot, and other just-for-fun apps, you can stay entertained wherever you are.

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Best Apps of 2012: Shockingly Useful Apps for Android and iPhone

Any.Do, GasBuddy, and other practical apps can turn your Android handset or iPhone into an indispensable tool.

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Best Apps of 2012: Top Business Apps for Android and iPhone

Business Calendar Free, GoodReader for iPhone, and other apps can help you stay on top of everything you need to do throughout the workday.

Google Allows Developers to Answer User Comments in Play App Store

Developers can use the new feature in the developer console to help confused users, or let them know when their feature requests have been implemented.

Amazon's Appstore for Android Soon Coming to Europe

Amazon's Appstore will open this summer in the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, and Spain, and developers can now submit apps for distribution in those countries.

Social App Skout Suspends Teen Community After Rape Allegations

Skout, which offers a social networking app for iPhone and Android devices, has suspended temporarily access to its teen community, after three cases of alleged rape.

Facebook App Center: Hands On

Here is a first look at Facebook's App Center, the social network's take on an app store offering a centralized place to find more than 600 Facebook and Facebook-related apps.

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