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Apple Pay your way to the SuperBowl: Eleven amazing apps for travel and parties

Apple Pay — or Pay if you're fancy — makes it both easier and safer to pay for things in everyday life and online. That can come in particularly handy when traveling or when getting ready to party. Whether it's for the SuperBowl this weekend or for a great group of friends any day of the week, as long as you have Apple Pay, you're ready for fun.

Reminder: If you're staying home, NBC will be streaming the SuperBowl for free!

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Twitter launches tweet translations for mobile apps and web

Twitter has announced today that it has enabled tweet translation, powered by Bing, on both its official iOS app, as well as on the web. The feature was previously available on TweetDeck, and has been tested off and on for a while now.

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Credit Sesame adds Siri and TouchID integration in latest update

If you're a fan of credit monitoring apps on your iOS device, you may want to check out Credit Sesame's latest update. In version 2.6.7, users will be able to take advantage of TouchID to login to the app, and even be able to ask Siri, "What's my credit score?", to be taken directly into the app.

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How to manually reorder a podcast playlist in Overcast

Whether you're on an airplane, in the middle of traffic, or halfway through your housework, playlists are a great way to make sure that when your current podcast finishes playing there's another one queued up and ready to go. Sometimes, however, you want more control than a preset playlist provides. Some podcast apps include an "up next" feature that lets you override the playlist and fast track an alternative episode. Overcast for iPhone and iPad, however, simply lets you grab a show and drag it to the top, or to manually reorder it any way you like. Best of all, it's easy to do!

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Twitter announces 'while you were away' recap feature

Twitter has announced a new recap feature coming to its iOS app today. If you're a casual user of Twitter, you should start seeing recaps of tweets that Twitter thinks you'll find interesting. The groupings will also be marked with the helpful "while you were away."

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Logic Pro X brings the 'wub wub' in latest update

Logic Pro X picked up a rather substantial update today, the first it's seen since May of last year. Coming along for the ride are a whole host of enhancements to the UI, an expanded sound library, and 10 new drummers featuring a variety of hip hop and electronic styles. Yes, iMore faithful, that means you can finally be an aspiring dubstep artist.

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Rdio update highlights new music, helps you share your favorite tunes with friends

Music service Rdio has updated its app for iPhone and iPad to version 3.1, adding a new radio station for new music and smarter sharing. There are also a number of UI improvements and bug fixes in this update.

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Simplenote gets Touch ID support and a dark theme in latest update

Note-taking app Simplenote has been updated today, and now allows you to secure your notes behind Touch ID and a passcode. The app has also added a dark theme.

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Google Docs, Sheets and Slides updated with desktop-class features, Touch ID security

The mobile apps for Google Docs, Sheets and Slides are increasing in power with each update, and today's releases now support more desktop-class features. Google Docs gains real-time spellchecking as you type and edit, while Sheets now lets you hide specific rows and columns and Slides gains the ability to group shapes in your presentations.

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Sunrise Calendar caters to the ultra-productive among us

Sunrise Calendar has come a long way since its initial release almost two years ago. It has evolved from a basic calendar app that only worked with Google and offered but a few social hooks to a productivity powerhouse that now supports iCloud and Exchange and offers a ton of app integrations. Not only that, Sunrise it also available as a dedicated Mac app.

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