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SleepHealth uses IBM's Watson Health Cloud to study how you sleep

SleepHealth is a new sleep research app, powered by ResearchKit and created in partnership between the American Sleep Apnea Association and IBM.

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SoundHound's Hound virtual assistant launches on iPhone

SoundHound has launched Hound, its voice-powered virtual assistant, on the iPhone.

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Google Maps updated with support for 3D Touch, lets you add route diversions

The official Google Maps app for iPhone and iPad has been updated to support 3D Touch on latest hardware. As well as supporting the feature, the latest app update brings with it the ability for you to add diversions to a route for gas, restaurants or even supermarkets.

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Google Maps for iPhone now lets you easily add detours to your trips

Google Maps for iPhone now lets you easily add detours to your trips while in navigation mode.

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What's new on the App Store: Glow Baby, The Walking Dead, and artistic games

Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, check out Glow Baby, The Walking Dead: Michonne, and a showcase of artistic games.

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Spark email app picks up iPad support and account syncing

Spark, Readdle's email app, has added support for the iPad in its latest update. The app also now features support for syncing accounts between devices.

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Like, love, laugh, sad, wow, mad: How to use Facebook reactions!

Express yourself in more ways than a simple like using Facebook reactions to show sadness, anger, surprise and more!

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Netflix adds support for 3D Touch and iPad Pro

The Netflix app for iPhone and iPad has hit version 8.0, adding support for 3D Touch and the iPad Pro's resolution.

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Todoist adds support for 3D Touch, Spotlight search, and much more

Todoist, the task management app, has been updated, adding support for 3D Touch, iPad keyboard shortcuts, Spotlight search, and much more.

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There's more than just 'Like', Facebook adds five more emotional reaction images

Facebook has started rolling out the five new emotional 'reactions" that will supplement its traditional "Like" button for news post comments. The "Love", "Haha", "Wow", "Sad" and "Angry" option will be available to both mobile and desktop Facebook users when they hold down or hover over the "Like" button.

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