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Briefly: NYPD iOS app, Final Fantasy All the Bravest
Friday, January 18, 2013 @ 1:56pm

The New York Police Department has released its first official iOS app. Providing access to crime statistics, Most Wanted lists, precinct information, and rewards for information about past crimes, the NYPD was designed to aid in the departments goal to enhance the quality of life in NYC. In addition, support is included for submitting anonymous tips about witnessed crimes. Users can submit a suspect's description, including gender, race, and appearance, as well as an account of the crime.



Final Fantasy: All the Bravest released for iOS Final Fantasy: All the Bravest, a new pick-up-and-go RPG game designed for iOS devices has been released by Square Enix. To progress through the game players must continuously battle enemies, using experience points gained from battles to level up. As the player's level increases they are rewarded with new character slots for expanding their party. Combat is based on the classic Active Time Battle system from other Final Fantasy games, which requires each character to wait a set amount of time between actions. Final Fantasy: All the Bravest can be downloaded from the App Store for $4.

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