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Google brings your photos and files together by adding Google+ Photos to Google Drive

Google is making it even easier to keep your photos and files in the same place by adding Google+ Photos into Google Drive.

Google is now making organizing your photos and files even easier by showing your Google+ Photos in Google Drive. Over the course of the next few weeks users will be able to view images from Google+ Photos in their Drive account.

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Facebook Messenger brings in other apps for GIFs, videos, and more

Facebook Messenger has received an update that lets people easily install and third-party apps to send GIFs, stickers, videos, and more through Messenger.

Facebook announced the Messenger Platform last week at their F8 developer conference. The idea behind the platform is to let developers hook their apps into Messenger.

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Microsoft quietly launches iPhone beta for Project Phoenix expense report app

Microsoft has very quietly launched a limited beta testing program for Project Phoenix, a new expense reporting app. At the moment, it's an exclusive for the iPhone.

The official Facebook page for Project Phoenix first launched earlier this month, with a summary of the development team's idea behind the app.

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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes it easier to get started on your new app or web design

Adobe has launched a new app for the iPad called Comp CC. It's been made to give designers a basic way to make initial designs that can be filled out on the company's desktop apps.

Adobe Comp CC has been made to replace the use of pen and paper for designers of mobile apps, websites and more for their first brainstorms, but adding the ability to use assets from Adobe's cloud service.

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How to sign up for, send, and receive Snapcash with Snapchat

Snapchat has partnered with Square to make sending secure cash payments to your friends just as easy as sending a photo.

To get started with Snapcash you'll need to be 18 or older and have a US issued debit card. Once you link your debit card information to your Snapchat account, you're ready to start sending and receiving Snapcash! Follow along and we'll walk you through the entire process of how to link your information and how to make sure it stays secure.

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Slack launches two-factor authentication following unauthorized database access

Slack has enabled two-factor authorization for users, following unauthorized access to their database which stores user profile information.

Slack had the database which stores user profile information accessed without authorization, and to ensure account security they have rolled out two-factor authorization for all accounts. A very small number of accounts were found to be affected by suspicious activity, and Slack has already reached out to those users.

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This is how Wunderlist designed its app for the Apple Watch

Wunderlist's head of design, Ben Lehnert, has gone into detail about how the company designed its app for the Apple Watch.

Not wanting to try and fit everything from the desktop and mobile apps onto the Apple Watch, the Wunderlist team decided to only implement those features that were extremely relevant to users.

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Vine now supports 720p video viewing and uploads from the iPhone

Vine now supports higher-resolution 720p video uploads from the iPhone.

Vine announced the new higher-resolution videos in a blog post, adding that they will be viewable on their iOS and Android apps "over the coming days".

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Instapaper 6.2 adds speed reading, instant syncing, and faster saving

Instapaper for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 6.2. The new version adds speed reading, faster syncing, and a new way to share on Twitter.

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Napkin, the best annotation app for Mac, just got better!

Forget Skitch: My favorite screenshot annotation app is Aged and Distilled's Napkin.

Not only does Napkin let you annotate single screenshots, but you can also arrange multiple Retina-quality screenshots on a single canvas and export them accordingly. That might sound like niche software, but it's essential for those of us who need to annotate screenshots for articles, books, interface review, and other jobs involving design or production. Its latest updated, version 1.5, adds a bunch of must-have annotation features including redacting images, cropping them, and new arrow and fill shape styles.

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