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Free App of the Week: Place your face inside goofy illustrations with Chomp

Every week in the App Store, an app or game goes free for seven days. This week, place your face inside of goofy illustrations with Chomp.

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How to pair the Apple Pencil to the iPad Pro

Want to move your Pencil to your new iPad Pro? Here's how to go about it.

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Next Emoji Keyboard spices up your messages with extra emojis, stickers and more

Next Emoji Keyboard is a new third-party keyboard for iPhone that gives users access to a huge number of emoji, stickers and more.

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Office for Mac will soon support third-party add-in programs

Microsoft announced that Office for Mac users will soon be able to access the many third-party add-in programs made for the company's productivity app. The add-in support will be included in the spring.

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How to move your photos, contacts, and more from Android to iPad and iPhone

Apple's launched a new Move to iOS app for Android that makes it a piece of cake to move your files and data from an Android phone or tablet to a new iPhone or iPad. Here's how it works.

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Destiny Companion app revamp brings iPad support and more

Fans of Bungie's popular FPS-MMO hybrid Destiny can look forward to a newly refreshed version of the Destiny Companion app, complete with iPad support.

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Square's new Register API lets sellers build custom point-of-sale apps

Square has released a new set of tools that will allow developers to create custom point-of-sale apps for iPad and iPhone that can tap into the company's payment processing tech.

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You can now text to an AI bot with Skype on iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has update Skype for the iPhone and iPad, adding in a preview of text chatting with AI bots. Audio and video bot chat is slated for Skype sometime in the future.

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Fullscreen video service will take on YouTube and Netflix on April 26

Fullscreen, which began as a YouTube content company, will launch its own separate video streaming subscription service on April 26. The service, which will offer iOS and Android apps, will be priced at $4.99 a month and offer a mix of older TV shows and movies with original content.

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Fantastical for Mac gets full Exchange support and more

Fantastical, the alternative calendar for Mac, has added full support for Exchange calendars with version 2.2. There's also a new invitee availability lookup, and you can even print your calendars if you need to.

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