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How to record phone calls on your Mac

If you're in a business — as I am — where you occasionally conduct interviews over the phone, or want to remember brainstorming sessions with a friend, you may wish to record your calls. In the past, this was a bit of a pain with iPhone calls, since iOS apps can't hijack your audio signal. You usually had to record using an external device, either by putting your iPhone on speaker or wiring it up in some way.

No longer.

Thanks to the folks at Ecamm, you can use any Continuity-enabled Mac running OS X Yosemite to record your iPhone calls with Call Recorder for FaceTime ($30, free trial available).

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Microsoft updates Bing apps for iPhone and iPad with new designs and more

Microsoft has updated the Bing apps for the iPhone and iPad today, offering up some revamped designs for the search engine apps.

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500px update adds built-in camera, Lightroom editor

500px has announced that its updated iOS app adds more capabilities for the mobile photographer. The update brings a number of new and notable features, including a built-in camera so you can snap shots directly within the app, a professional photo editor, import capabilities from Lightroom, and support for secure login thanks to 1Password integration.

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Secret app updated with chat and communities

Secret's anonymous confession app has had a significant overhaul in both style and function. In addition to being able to spill the beans about anything without fear of reprisal, now you can enter private conversations with other anonymous users.

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Airmail 2 for Mac review: Email exactly the way you want it

When I reviewed Airmail last year, it was arguably the best mail app available for the Mac. Since then, I've used a handful of other apps before ultimately settling on the Mailbox for Mac beta. However, Airmail 2 just landed, combining the same advanced features with an even better Yosemite-style interface. So, is it enough to regain my heart, and the OS X mail app crown?

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Flipboard gets Flowboard to rebrand after trademark spat

Flowboard's slick app for creating presentations will be known as FlowVella from here on out. The change comes at the heels of a trademark court ruling in favor of Flipboard, the popular story aggregator. At the same time, FlowVella is launching a new App Builder, which lets you repackage Flows as proper iOS apps for as low as $99/month per app.

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djay Pro for Mac takes your music mixing to the next level

djay, Algoriddim's award winning music mixing app, has just gone pro. djay Pro for Mac, to be exact. What that means is more power, more features, and the same incredible interface and ease of use you know and love.

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Procreate Pocket now available for on-the-go doodlers

The excellent iPad drawing app Procreate has been reimagined for iPhone. Procreate Pocket continues to offer an array of brushes, layers, adjustments for hue, saturation, and brightness, and continuous auto-save, so you never have to worry about losing your masterpiece. At the same time, the devs have updated their iPad app with iCloud Drive, AirDrop, and AirPrint support, along with Palm Support, which allows you to use touch gestures while resting your hand on the screen.

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Amazon launches Prime Now to deliver essential goods to your doorstep within the hour

Amazon is rolling out a new service called Prime Now through which the retailer will offer one-hour deliveries of essential goods when ordered via the dedicated Prime Now app. The service is exclusively available to current Prime subscribers, and is live in Manhattan, with more cities to follow in 2015.

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Echoes for iOS turns your iPhone into an intercom

Echoes has finally made its way over to iOS from the Mac to turn your existing Macs and iOS devices into a home intercom network. With Echoes, you can send quick voice messages to other Mac and iOS users on your local network without having to setup the app or dial a connection.

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