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Ever since Apple unexpectedly ditched Google's maps API in favor of their own, iOS 6 users have been impatiently waiting for a Google replacement. Today is that day and Google has released their own client which restores the invaluable Google Maps data and more importantly for me, Street View.
The app is free and available right now in the iTunes store.
A while back I took you on a look at Autumn Dynasty for iPad. Now developer Touch Dimensions have taken the RTS down to the iPhone. The new app is universal and you can hear all about how it plays on the smaller screen in the video.
You can get the new universal app in the app store here.
Twitterrific 5 just hit the app store. The latest offering from the Icon Factory might have some up to date elements like gestures but the look is all too plain.
Join me as a take a quick look at the newly redesigned official Gmail app from Google for the iPhone
I haven't been playing any new games on my iPhone or iPad in a while but these two games were a delightful surprise. First, Jack Lumber. Think Fruit Ninja crossed with Flight Control. Logs fly up on to the screen like Fruit Ninja but when you press the screen time slows down and you draw a path through the logs, avoiding animals and other obstacles to slice them up. Oh and all this is to avenge your grandma who was murdered by a tree. This game has tons of personality. It's available for for iPhone and iPad for $.99 for a limited time.
Gasketball is a series of diabolical tests to sink a basketball into a hoop. You'll have to bounce around saw blades, account for wind and even gravity. The best part of the game is the asynchronous multiplayer. In multiplayerr you can devise challenges for your friends in a game of H.O.R.S.E.. Gasketball is free with a one time in app purchase of $2.99 for extra challenges, only available on iPad.