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ZDNet App Wrap: 21 May 2012

Facebook Pages Manager, Roamz, Citrix GoToAssist, JB-Hi-Fi Now, iCircuit, Pizza Hut, Evernote and Quickflix WatchNow
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Facebook Pages Manager

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone)

If you're doing social media for your company, and are having trouble keeping track of your Facebook pages, you can use this app to post updates and photos, view insights and be notified of new activity on the pages.

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Roamz

Price: Free
Platform: Android, iOS (iPhone)

Social network Roamz, which allows you to find things to do in the real world, based on data from Twitter, Foursquare, Facebook and Instagram, has just arrived on Android.

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Citrix GoToAssist

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPad), Android

GoToAssist allows IT support teams to provide remote support from their mobile devices, as well as their laptops. You just log in with your GoToAssist account, and start helping out users. You can also create an account and make use of a 30-day trial from the app.

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JB Hi-Fi Now

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android

JB Hi-Fi has finally outed the mobile apps for Now, its music-streaming service. The apps support the iOS and Android platforms, with more platform support coming later. These new apps support offline synchronisation, meaning that you can throw a few albums onto your mobile device and take it with you on a flight, for example. The app's launch has also brought the one-month free trial back to Now.

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iCircuit

Price: $5.49 (Windows Phone), $10.49 (iOS)
Platform: iOS (iPhone and iPad), Windows Phone 7

Designing and experimenting with circuits? Maybe you should try out this app, which you use like a computer-aided design (CAD) program, adding and connecting elements and setting their properties to see how it operates. There are 30 elements you can use for the circuits, from resistors to metal-oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs).

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Pizza Hut

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone), Android, Windows Phone 7

Pizza Hut is making sure that Windows Phone 7 users don't go hungry, releasing an app for ordering cheesy treats on the Microsoft platform. You can even save your favourites for easy ordering next time. BlackBerry users, unfortunately, are still going hungry.

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Evernote

Price: Free
Platform: Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, iOS (iPad and iPhone)

The Android Evernote app has received an extensive upgrade — one that brings with it a completely redesigned look and UI, making it eminently more usable. The home page now has one-tap icons for creating new notes, snapshots, recordings and attachments, and everything is really simple to navigate and find. It's the app it should have been all along.

There's no news on a similar update for iOS.

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Quickflix WatchNow

Price: Free
Platform: iOS (iPhone and iPad)

This app provides access to movies and television shows for Quickflix's WatchNow customers to stream whenever they want.

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