Apps

Wunderlist's 2015 plans include new features, integrations, and a public API

Wunderlist has announced some of its plans for 2015, including the addition of important and powerful features to its apps on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. The company has also announced that they will launch service and app integrations, as well as a public API.

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HTC RE camera app for iPhone now lets you stream live to YouTube

HTC has updated the iPhone app for its RE camera. With this latest update, RE camera owners will be able to stream their footage live to YouTube.

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How to design apps for real people

Who are you designing your app for? Is it meant for people of all ages and interests, or is it meant for a very narrow niche? That's the topic Dave Wiskus addresses in the latest installment of his Better Elevation video series — what it means to design apps for human beings.

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Movavi Photo Editor for Mac adds background removal, text overlay, and more

Movavi Photo Editor for Mac has hit version 2.0, bringing a number of new features. Most notable among these is background removal, which works similarly to Movavi's existing object removal feature. The app has also added text overlays, horizon leveling and more.

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Barclays Pingit will allow you to send money using your Twitter handle

Barclays has announced that Pingit users in the UK will be able to use their smartphones to send money using Twitter handles, which would remove the requirement for mobile numbers and bank account details to be exchanged. The new feature will go live on March 10.

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Facebook's Origami Live lets developers test app designs on their phones in real time

Facebook has made a couple of updates to its Origami user interface design tools, including launching a new app for iPhone and iPad called Origami Live. Origami Live lets developers run their user interface prototypes on both iPhone and iPad. The company also released a major update to Origami for Mac with several new features.

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Facebook Messenger adds quick and easy sharing with new extension

Facebook has updated their Messenger app, adding a sharing extension. The sharing extension lets you share photos, videos, and more with your Facebook friends without needing to enter Messenger itself.

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Forge is an iPad storyboard for your creativity

Most sketching apps on the market focus on single projects and their underlying layers, rather than a canvas of ideas and suggestions. Forge is different.

I've long thought the iPad was perfect for rough storyboarding: It's not an artist's preferred medium for detail work, but it's portable, and easy to sketch on, and has plenty of storage space. Forge, built by the folks behind the Jot Touch stylus, invites you to explore a hundred different ideas and sketches in storyboard format, iterating and trashing and reinventing as you go. I've been testing Forge for months, and it's become one of my go-to tools for planning and messing around with creative ideas.

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Facebook launches new iPhone app to let you manage ads on the go

Facebook has launched a new app for the iPhone that lets you manage your ad campaigns. Ads Manager lets you view ad results, edit your advertisements, and even create ad campaigns for your small or medium business.

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Tweetbot for iPhone updated with support for viewing Twitter videos and GIFs

Popular Twitter app Tweetbot for iPhone has scored an update today, bringing it up to version 3.5.2. As far as new features are concerned, it's a bit light, but users will gain support for playing Twitter-hosted videos and GIFs, along with the usual helping of bug fixes.

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