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New View Source iOS 8 app lets Safari users check out source code in websites

The launch of iOS 8 is inspiring some app developers to do some cool things. One of them is Paul Hudson who has just released an app called View Source that allows Safari users to finally check out the source code for websites.

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Belkin's WeMo Smart LED Bulbs now on sale in US and Canada

Belkin has announced that its WeMo Smart LED Bulbs, which can be controlled by an iOS app, are now on sale in the US and Canada, both as individual bulbs as well as in a Starter Kit that includes a WeMo Link which can control up to 50 of those lights.

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Epic Games releases Unreal Engine 4-based Epic Zen Garden demo for iOS 8

Epic Games has released its Epic Zen Garden demo for iOS 8 users, a few months after the game developer showed off the Unreal Engine 4-based graphics demonstration at WWDC 2014 in June.

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Chromecast support added for Slingbox owners on iPhone and iPad

Chromecast owners who also have a Slingbox connected to their television should be happy today as Sling Media announced today it has added support to Google's HDMI dongle for the iPhone and iPad.

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OmniFocus 2 adds Extension support and brings new UI to iPad

OmniFocus 2 for iPad is out and brings a number of changes and improvements. For one, the iPad-specific app, adds support for iOS 8's Extension and also delivers a fresh new UI. And if you need even more power, you can upgrade to Pro with in-app purchases.

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New York Times updated for iOS 8, includes Handoff support

The official New York Times applications for iPhone and iPad have just been updated. These apps are both now ready for iOS 8 and include a few new features like Handoff support.

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New, updated, and discounted apps: iOS 8 updates incoming!

Today iOS 8 launches, and along with it, a whoooooole bunch of apps are being updated to support the new software. It's a veritable avalanche of updates, but we're going to dig up the very best ones for you. Give us a shout in the comments if you find any more!

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Transmit brings new iOS 8 capabilities to iOS file transfers

Transmit for iOS now brings some new features found on iOS 8 to its file transfer app. Now, you can open and save files directly from your file server, which would allow you to leverage your server as your own cloud storage.

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Screens VNC adds Touch ID, refreshed looks, and more

Screens VNC for iOS has been updated to version 3.5, and is now ready for iOS 8. Screens 3.5 brings some refinements to the user interface, which is now simpler and cleaner. The app is also supports Mac's Adaptive Display, making it faster.

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All the iOS 8 widget apps you can download right now!

If you've somehow managed to get iOS 8 loaded up after all of the traffic today, and you're eager to get started with Notification Center widgets, we've dug up a bunch of notable apps that started supporting them today. There's a lot more to read about widgets in iOS 8, if you're interested.

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