App Deals for today: Download Help Me Fly, Printer Pro, Thunderspace HD and more for free

App Deals for today: Download Help Me Fly, Printer Pro, Thunderspace HD and more for free

We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including Help Me Fly, Printer Pro, Thunderspace HD and more.

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Windows Phone 8.1 adds support for Apple’s Passbook Passes

Windows Phone 8.1 adds support for Apple’s Passbook Passes

Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8.1 earlier this month at a developer conference, and the update is rolling out to developers starting today. The update brings a lot of features to Windows Phone devices, but one feature that went unnoticed was native support for Apple’s Passbook Passes.

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Pandora app updated with alarm clock for iPad; launches new app for Pebble users

Pandora app updated with alarm clock for iPad; launches new app for Pebble users

Internet music streaming service Pandora today updated its iOS app to version 5.3. The update adds an alarm clock to the iPad, and brings a new Pebble app for better integration with the smartwatch.

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New Tweak Roundup: HUDE, MultiPass, Bouncy, and HiddenSettings7 Icon

New Tweak Roundup: HUDE, MultiPass, Bouncy, and HiddenSettings7 Icon

The jailbreak tweaks continue to roll in day after day, and even the smallest of them can completely change your iOS experience for the better. In today’s new tweak roundup, we’re covering HUDE, MultiPass, Bouncy, and HiddenSettings7. You can grab all of these on Cydia right now, but be sure to head after the break for videos and a quick review of each one.

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Internal Google document reveals stark differences between Android before and after the iPhone

Internal Google document reveals stark differences between Android before and after the iPhone

When Google acquired Android in 2005, its aim was to launch a BlackBerry-style Java phone with a hardware keyboard, and not full touch screen devices like the iPhone. An internal Google document detailing the requirements for v1.0 of Android further highlights the stark differences between Android before and after the iPhone.

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T-Mobile eliminates Overage Charges for all customers

T-Mobile eliminates Overage Charges for all customers

T-Mobile seems to be on a roll. It has just announced that it is eliminating overage penalties for all its customers regardless of their cellular plan as part of its latest Un-carrier campaign from May 1st.

The carrier claims that the three largest carriers may have charged customers more than $1 billion in penalties.

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Alleged iPhone 6 manufacturing mold also points to a 4.7 inch display

Alleged iPhone 6 manufacturing mold also points to a 4.7 inch display

It has long been rumored that the iPhone 6 will come with a 4.7 inch display. And a new leak which has surfaced over the weekend brings confirmation of that. What you see above is a manufacturing mold which is allegedly being used for the shaping of the new iPhone. The image shows a comparison with the iPhone 4s revealing the slot for a substantially larger device.

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Report claims Apple planning to increase iPhone 6 prices by $100

Report claims Apple planning to increase iPhone 6 prices by $100

The StreetInsider reports that according to Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, Apple is negotiating with carriers to raise the price of iPhone 6 by $100.

Initially carriers had refused the increase in the $199 base price, but may buckle down based on the growing interest for the iPhone 6, which is expected to come with bigger screens.

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MagBak wall mount and grip for the iPad is a nifty accessory for just $34

MagBak wall mount and grip for the iPad is a nifty accessory for just $34

A Kickstarter fundraising project called MagBak recently surfaced consisting of a wall mount accessory and grips on either side of the device. This project has now reached double its $15,000 funding goal with three days still left.

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Alpine will reportedly launch CarPlay console later this year

Alpine will reportedly launch CarPlay console later this year

Japanese car audio manufacturer Alpine Electronics will reportedly launch a standalone aftermarket CarPlay console later this year according to a report published by Nikkei. CarPlay is currently available on a handful of upcoming cars, but reports of third party manufacturers getting in on the action has been floating around for quite some time now.

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