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7. Tips and Tricks - iPhone Secrets

Those iPhone users who have already had Apple's smartphone for a year or two will most likely scoff at an app which promises to teach them tips and tricks to squeeze the best out of their handset.

However, if you have recently signed up to Apple's iOS world on mobile, then this, the fourth version of Tips and Tricks - iPhone Secrets saves you all the bother of having to quiz your iWorldly mates!

Rating: 5/5

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