Apps

Scanner Pro celebrating download milestone with a 50% off sale

Readdle's Scanner Pro is having a 50% off sale to celebrate reaching their 6 million download milestone. Normally $6.99, the app is currently available from the App Store for $2.99 for a limited time.

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Microsoft adds new encryption support to OneDrive and Outlook.com

Microsoft has announced it is adding new encryption support for its OneDrive cloud storage service and its Outlook.com email website, along with the opening of its first Transparency Center.

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Skype is changing the way it charges VAT to EU customers

Skype has announced that it is changing the way it charges VAT to EU customers. Instead of charging VAT when customers add credit, Skype will add the relevant taxes when you actually use the service to make a call or buy a new subscription.

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Best barbecue and grilling apps for iPhone: On the Grill, GrillTime, The Photo Cookbook, and more!

The best apps to help you master grilling techniques, time foods just right, and get fresh new ideas that keep your grill menu interesting!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you make the most of your grill season this year? Whether you're preparing for a cookout or just want new recipe ideas to spice up your family's menu, there are tons of apps available in the iOS App Store that can help. Another important aspect of grilling is making sure all your veggies and meats are timed just right. And you guessed it, there are apps for that too! The real question is, what iPhone apps are the absolute best when it comes to becoming the ultimate grill master?

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New and updated apps: Spotify, Fotomagico, MiX 16 Pro

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got a new version of Spotify, something to make air travel less stressful, a pro-level photo slideshow app for the Mac and more!

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JET magazine goes all digital with release of new app

JET magazine is releasing its app today, replacing its print offering with an all-digital strategy. The phone and tablet app will update content on Fridays, and contain exclusive digital content. The app has all the material readers loved from the magazine, in addition to content only a digital magazine can provides.

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Apple announces iTunes U update that adds course creation, more

Apple has announced some updates coming to its iTunes U app, adding course creation and management features and more. Teachers will be able to create and edit course built for iTunes U directly on the iPad, adding materials from iWork, iBooks Author, and several education apps for iPad. Students are also getting new tools to facilitate class discussions.

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Facebook tries to explain motives for secret user experiments

One of Facebook's team members that helped to run secret psychological experiments on some of its users has now written a note explaining the motivations behind their efforts, adding an apology for how its scientific paper on the research describe their efforts.

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Google Docs, Sheets permanently replace Quickoffice

Update: Slides is not available on iOS but is currently available for Android.

After having acquired Quickoffice, Google had made ported many of the document suite's features to its Google Drive service. As such, Google will be retiring Quickoffice and migrating users who need native document editing and creation to Drive's standalone Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps. The move will affect both iOS and Android users as Google suggests that users migrate to those apps instead.

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Facebook ran secret psychological experiments on users

A report from a team at Facebook that was first published in a scientific journal earlier this month reveals that the social network ran secret psychological experiments on 600,000 users without their awareness.

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