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Inbox by Gmail is now available for your iPad

Google has released its Inbox app for iPad. The invite-only email client for tablets is already available for Android, promising to provide a new way for consumers to interact with incoming mail. It's not for everyone, but should you be on the hunt for a new client on iOS, the new Google Inbox may be worth checking out.

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Snapchat finally adds the ability to record video while playing music

Snapchat scored an update on iOS today that finally brings the ability to snap while playing muisic and other audio from your phone. This is sure to be a welcome change for many, as avid Snapchatters will no doubt be aware of the frustration that occurs when the app cuts all audio coming from your phone the second you press that record button.

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Tally 2 offers quick and easy counting for iPhone and iPad

Agile Tortoise, the developer the Drafts text app, has relaunched the Tally counting app. Tally 2 comes to the table with full gesture support and even a widget for the Notification Center.

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Astropad brings the Cintiq experience to your iPad

The iPad's made great progress in the sketching world, but it's still been hampered by imprecise screen mapping and styluses that can't perfectly replicate pressure. The solution from Astro HQ's Astropad is to map the iPad to a different screen entirely — that of your Mac.

Astropad does for creative pros what Duet Display did for second-screen enthusiasts: Not only does it provide a high-quality, high-framerate mirrored display on your iPad that you can draw on, but Astropad goes a step further and integrates with three of the iPad's top-selling pressure-sensitive styluses to offer you full pressure support in your Mac app of choice.

It may not be a true Wacom Cintiq experience, but it sure comes close to fooling me.

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OneNote for Mac lets you find and copy text in images

Microsoft OneNote for Mac has received support for optical character recognition (OCR) in its latest update. OCR allows users to find text in images in OneNote, and comes alongside other helpful improvements, such as reducing clutter while viewing shared notebooks, and the ability to close a window without quitting the app.

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UK banks update their iPhone apps with Touch ID support

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and NatWest have announced updates to their iPhone apps, enabling the support of Touch ID authentication. Since the feature itself has been compromised in the past, unlocking the app using Touch ID will not grant access to all app features. Available to iPhone 5s, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners, access to fund transfers and other account tasks require additional verification.

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NBC brings live streaming to select markets with update to iOS app

NBC has rolled out a significant update to its iOS app that brings live streaming functionality in select markets as well as the ability to watch full episodes of the network's classic shows. To access live streaming content, you're going to need a subscription to a cable or satellite partner in available markets, but you can watch older NBC shows such as The A-Team, Miami Vice, Battlestar Galactica and more for free even if you're not subscribed.

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Trello gets a fresh design and adds sharing features in latest update

Popular task managing app Trello scored a pretty major update on iOS today. Version 2.7 brings a fresh new design, along with new features such as support for iOS 8's share menu, a new today widget, and Handoff support.

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Google Play Music updated with iPad support, Material Design tweaks

Google Play Music for iOS has been updated, and is available for the iPad for the first time. On both the iPhone and the iPad, the app has received some updates to its Material Design interface.

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Dropbox's new extension lets you upload files from almost any app

Dropbox for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 3.7 with a new extension that makes it easier than ever to save files to Dropbox, and it has the potential to be one of our favorite action extensions. This update also contains bug fixes and performance improvements.

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