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Setlist

It's hard keeping track of what acts are playing in your area at any given time. Setlist (Free) makes it easy, by linking to your Rdio account and automatically showing shows by artists in your collection that are playing near you. Find a show you're interested in? Tap on it, and the Songkick integration takes over, showing you ticket prices, venue info, and more. Bottom line? It's free, so if you're a Rdio user, there's little reason not to give it a try.

  • Instacast

    Tired of managing all your podcasts via iTunes? Give Instacast ($1) a try. Developed specifically to make consuming and organizing podcasts as simple as possible, it offers a host of user-friendly features, including the ability to add and delete podcasts from your subscriptions list, download podcasts for offline listening, a built-in web browser for show notes, iCloud sync, an optimized podcast player with 2x playback, bi-directional skipping, and AirPlay support, and optimization for multitasking and Retina Displays. New to podcasts? We know a great place to get started.

  • Paper

    Another day, another revolutionary iPad app. Paper (Free with $8 add-on) is an absolutely beautiful app for creating anything you would normally do on real paper — you know, stuff like storyboarding your indie film, general note taking, sketching a nude model, or painting a watercolor landscape of the prison yard. You can create unlimited Moleskine-esque journals to store all of your masterpieces. So if you want to sketch, write, draw, outline, and color, you've found the most elegant app for doing so yet. Oh, and it was made by the touchy-feely folks at Microsoft who developed the failed Courier notebook thing. So... yay?

    P.S. It's time to buy a stylus. Either the Cosmonaut or Bamboo or Jot Pro.