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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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Snowflake internet radio app for Mac launches in public beta

Vemedio, the developer behind the Instacast podcast app, has announced their latest app for Mac, Snowflake. Built for OS X Yosemite, Snowflake lets you stream internet radio from thousands of stations. The app is available right now as a free public beta from Vemedio's website.

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Best photo extension apps for iPhone

Photo extensions mean you no longer have to jump from image editing app to image editing apps, opening and saving as you go, hoping you never make a mistake because there's just no going back. Instead, you simply open Apple's built in Photos app, tap the photo extensions button, and all the filters and effects you've installed from the App Store instantly become available to you right where you are.

All you have to do is enabled them first. Oh, and find them. That's where this list comes in. If you're looking for the best iPhone apps for photo editing, here they are!

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Box updated for iPhone and iPad with previews for DICOM image files and bug fixes

Cloud storage solution Box received an update for iPhone and iPad that includes the addition of previews for Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) image files. The file standard is used for storing and transmitting information related to medical imaging, and should you have any such files stored in your account, you will be able to see previews for them now. The update also resolves an image picker issue, and comes with stability improvements as well as bug fixes.

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WatchESPN and other Disney live streaming apps are now available to DirecTV users

DirecTV customers now have full access to the video streaming mobile apps provided by ABC and its parent company Disney. That includes the WatchESPN app for the iPhone and iPad along with a bunch of other apps offering both live and on-demand video content.

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Office Sway lets you add video from your camera roll in latest update

Microsoft has updated its Office Sway presentation app to version 1.2. Sway, which has rolled out to more countries since its initial launch in New Zealand in November 2014, has added a number of new options for dealing with photos and text, as well as the ability to add video from your iPhone's Camera Roll.

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OmniFocus 2.1 for Mac gets a Yosemite makeover, new extensions

Much-loved task management app OmniFocus has received a new look with the release of version 2.1 for Mac, bringing the app in line with the design language of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. The update also brings new extensions, offering tie-ins a widget for Notification Center and sharing options in compatible apps across your Mac.

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Calcbot relaunches with new look, pro features, and more

Tapbots, the developer behind the popular third-party Twitter app Tweetbot, have launched a revamped version of their calculator app, Calcbot. The new version of the app has been completely revamped for iOS 8, and is available as an update to those that already own the current version of Calcbot.

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