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Apple expands Maps Flyover and Nearby support to more locations

Apple has expanded support for Apple Maps' Nearby and Flyover features to a number of new countries and cities.

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Snapchat's new chat experience centers on audio, video, and stickers

Snapchat is rolling out a redesigned Chat feature that focuses on audio and video chat, while also adding stickers into the mix.

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Instagram rolls out support for video uploads of up to 60 seconds

Instagram is rolling out a new feature worldwide that will allow users to upload video that runs up to 60 seconds. The previous video limit was just 15 seconds.

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Twitter makes images more accessible for visually impaired people

Twitter is making a change to images that will allow them to be more accessible for people who are visually impaired.

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Anyrun makes going for a coffee run so much easier

Anyrun is a new app that makes coordinating a coffee or food run much easier.

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SoundCloud launches its own music subscription service

SoundCloud has rolled out an app update for iPhone and iPad, which adds a new subscription service. Aptly named SoundCloud Go, this new platform is free for you to try for 30 days and will set you back $12.99 a month thereafter.

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Miitomo, Nintendo's first smartphone app, launches in select markets on March 31

After launching in Japan earlier this month, Nintendo will release Miitomo, its first smartphone app, in the U.S. and select European markets on Thursday, March 31

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Best iPhone apps you should download right now!

Are you brand new to the Apple community? Looking for the apps you need to get started right out of the box? We've got you covered.

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Best music streaming apps for iPhone

So many music streaming services that it's hard to figure out which is the right one for you? Well, here are some of our favorites!

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Netflix admits it throttles video streams for Verizon and AT&T customers

Netflix has admitted that it has been throttling video streams for AT&T and Verizon customers, among others, for the past five years.

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