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Enpass for iPhone and iPad gets redesigned sidebar, watchOS 2 support

Enpass password manager for iPhone and iPad has picked up some design tweaks and support for watchOS 2 in its latest update.

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Family Locator is offering access to its flight tracking feature for free

Sygic has updated its Family Locator app, allowing all users of the popular app to access its flight tracking feature for the first time.

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Snapchat tools to take your snaps to the next level

Turn your Snapchat Story into a true masterpiece with these tools to fuel your snap game!

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Microsoft launches Flow and SharePoint apps for iPhone; updates OneDrive

Microsoft has launched two more iPhone apps this week. One is called Flow for keeping track of work notifications, and the other app brings Sharepoint to IOS.

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You can now control Sonos playback from your iPhone's lock screen

The Sonos Controller app for iPhone and iPad has been updated, adding playback control from the lock screen, 3D Touch support, and more.

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Tumblr joins the rush to offer live video streaming support

The micro-blogging service Tumblr is the latest to join the trend of offering live video streaming support for its audience. The new feature will roll out later today.

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Instagram is now used by 500 million people

Instagram has announced that the social network is now used by 500 million people, and that a majority of those folks access it every day.

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Twitter Engage makes it easier for influencers to understand and grow their audience

Twitter has announced Engage, a new way for influencers and celebrities to easily find conversations and discussions about themselves. The app will be available in the App Store shortly, but only for users in the U.S.

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Adobe brings a host of improvements to several Creative Cloud apps

Adobe has released important updates for several of its Creative Cloud apps, including Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and After Effects.

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Twitter videos can now be 140 seconds long

Twitter is now allowing anyone to upload longer videos to their accounts. The new video length limit is 140 seconds, compared to the older limit of 30 seconds. Twitter's sister app Vine is beta testing a way to upload videos up to 140 seconds as well.

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