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Well, pretty much EVERY app needed to be updated to the new IOS7 standards, so I'm not surprised you had to do that. I had seen just about every app I had updated in iTunes in the run-up to the IOS7 launch, and then many of them after the launch. So even if you hadn't updated to IOS7, the apps would have shown as needing update. iTunes updating is much faster than OTA, at least if you have a reasonable speed connection through iTunes. The new App Store functionality is that it can automatically download the updates for you, if you let it, so the number won't show because as soon as it detects an update, it installs it. If you don't want that, go to Settings/Itunes & App Store and scroll down to turn off Automatic Downloads. I have them ALL turned off as I use iTunes to sync, but you can set what you want done automatically and what you don't. Also check to see if the Use Cellular Data is on or off to control how this automatic download eats up your cell data.
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