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How To Spend A $25 iTunes Gift Card For Oct. 10, 2013

So you’ve got a $25 iTunes Gift Card burning a hole in your pocket? We've got some ideas how you should spend it. Take a look:

"The Circle" by David Eggers, $11.99, e-book

The Circle is the world’s most powerful Internet company, with a sprawling California campus to prove it. However, behind the open-plan office spaces and cozy dorms are plenty of secrets just waiting to be uncovered. Written by the best-selling author of “A Hologram for the King,” “The Circle” presents a fictional account of Silicon Valley that could change how each of us looks at the world of technology in the 21st century.

Sky Guide: View Stars Night Or Day, $1.99, Universal app

Finding objects in the sky has never been so simple and exciting thanks to Sky Guide by Fifth Star Labs, LLC. Using the app, you can find stars, constellations, and planets right above you. For an additional $1.99, Sky Guide will help you identify satellites too.

Kid Tripp, $0.99, Universal game

This old school, platformer game features 20 levels of fun across four worlds. It also has an amazing soundtrack that will make even Mario jump for joy. In August, Christine Chan called Kid Tripp “one of the most challenging platformers you’ll ever play.”

The Quarterback (Music From The TV Series), $5.98, EP

“Glee” celebrates the life of Finn Hudson tonight, Oct. 10, following the July passing of his portrayer, actor Cory Monteith. This six-song EP features the songs "I'll Stand by You," “No Surrender,” "If I Die Young," “Fire and Rain,” "Make You Feel My Love," and “Seasons of Love.” Columbia Records and Fox, as well as the artists involved, will donate 100 percent of the net proceeds of this album in the United States and Canada to Project Limelight. The Vancouver-based organization was championed by Monteith and offers free theater programs for kids who are driven to perform.

Fitness Buddy: 1700+ Exercise Workout Journal, $1.99, iPhone app

This app features comprehensive exercises and videos, organized by equipment and the part of the body. Fitness Buddy recently received iOS 7 support. There are thousands of products just waiting to be purchased in the iTunes Store. Each week, AppAdvice will offer our take on "How To Spend A $25 iTunes Gift Card." This was our first column in the series.
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