Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features Playboy bunnies, baseball bats, and more.
30/30, Updated March 28, Universal, Free
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The task manager app recently received a facelift. The freemium app now includes iCloud integration, new buttons, and more.
See also: New Major Update To 30/30 Brings Redesigned iCloud Integration And Lots More
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One of the most popular news apps keeps getting better. Version 2.0 includes the ability to collect and save content into personalized magazines, plus other features.
See also: Now You Can Create Your Own Magazines With The Flipping Fantastic Flipboard 2.0
MLB.com At Bat, Updated March 29, Universal, Free
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The official app of MLB now includes redesigned team pages, a video archive section, and a lot more.
See also: MLB.com At Bat Readies For 2013 Season
Phoster, Updated March 21, Universal, Free
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Normally priced at $1.99, Phoster is currently Apple’s Free App of the Week. In total, the poster-generator app includes 197 free templates with various designs.
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You won’t find anything naked here, but that doesn’t mean Playboy for iPhone isn’t a treat. Besides non-nude pictorials, the free app includes the best articles from the latest issue of Playboy Magazine, and more. Subscriptions begin at $1.99 per month.
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The news app has received a complete redesign, and is now available in Apple’s Newsstand. Through summer, every article remains free.
See also: The Washington Post Redesigns Official iPad App In Preparation For Paywall
We’ll be back next week for more “Monday Apps.”