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You can now add materials to iTunes U from iCloud Drive, Dropbox and more

A fresh update is now rolling out to iTunes U for iPhone and iPad, most notably adding the ability to import materials to the app from cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud Drive and more.

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Snapchat overhauls Discover and now lets you subscribe to channels

Snapchat has received a bit of a visual overhaul, bringing a whole new look to Discover and adding subscriptions for channels.

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Google's Motion Stills app helps you spruce up your Live Photos

Google has released a new app for iPhone called Motion Stills, which helps you make GIFs and video clips from your Live Photos

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NBC Sports Radio now available to stream on Apple Music

NBC Sports Radio is now available for anyone to stream in the iOS Music app.

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Microsoft's Sprightly app for quickly making fliers comes to the iPhone

Sprightly, an app from Microsoft's Garage division, has been released for the iPhone and iPad after a previous launch for Android. It allows users to quickly make fliers, catalogs and more for home or small businesses.

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Instagram makes posting from other apps easy with new share extension

Instagram users can now share directly to the service from any other app thanks to a new share extension.

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Paper by FiftyThree gets a new look, full screen previews, and more

Paper by FiftyThree has hit version 3.6 with a new look, full screen project previews, and more.

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As Instagram continues crackdown, some third-party apps stop working

As a result of recent API restrictions, a number of third-part Instagram apps have ceased to work.

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Get eight great Mac apps for just $29.99 from X-Mirage

iStat Menus, Hype 3.5, and more are currently on sale as part of a bundle at X-Mirage which offers eight great Mac apps for just $29.99.

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Instagram rolls out its controversial feed algorithm, puts 'best' posts on top

As promised earlier this year, Instagram is now rolling out a new feed algorithm to all of its users. It is support to put the posts that users want to see first on top of their feed.

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