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You'll be able to get your fix of Trivia Crack right from your Apple Watch

The highly-addictive game Trivia Crack has just expanded beyond the phone in your hand, and onto the Apple Watch on your wrist.

Playing Trivia Crack will no longer require you to take you iPhone out of your pocket to compete with your friends. Users will be able to read their question along with select their answer right from their Apple Watch, and they will be notified each time that it is there time to be able to continue playing.

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Animate to your heart's desire with Hype 3 and Hype Pro

I'm not a big fan of WSIWYG editors for the web. But Hype is something special.

Tumult's Hype — an HTML5 WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web and animation editor — is approaching its four-year anniversary in May, and what a way it has chosen to celebrate: The company is releasing a major update for its professional and prosumer users in the form of Hype Pro, packaged inside the all-new Hype 3 as a $49.99 upgrade.

I've had so much fun testing Hype Pro over the last few months: It's an excellent upgrade for longtime Hype users, and I suspect it may draw in quite a few new pro users, as well.

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Mail Pilot 2 for Mac on the way; Apple Watch app in the works

Mindsense has annoucned that Mail Pilot 2 for Mac is on its way. The app has added a number of new features, including a revamped interface for OS X Yosemite, and will be a free update for existing users.

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Facebook announces payment services through Messenger

Facebook has announced a new feature for its Messenger app that will allow users to send and receive money from their friends.

While the code for the payments feature was first discovered in October, today is the day that Facebook decided to turn the switch on the service. People who want to send money in the app simply start a chat with the designated person, then press the " $" icon and type in the amount of money they want to send.

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Autodesk launches Tinkerplay App in hopes of making 3D design and printing fun

Tinkerplay, a new free app from Autodesk, hopes to make 3D printing and designing a little more fun.

3D printing is becoming more and more popular, and Russell Holly from Android Central has been having quite a good time with it, but designing and printing isn't for everyone. The folks at Autodesk have just released a new app for Android, iOS and even Windows Phone that they hope will make the experience much easier.

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Rhapsody will now let you share full songs on Twitter

Rhapsody has announced a partnership with Twitter to allow users to share full songs from the music service using Twitter Cards.

The full Rhapsody catalog, some 34 million songs, is available for sharing. Users will be able to listen to a song from Rhapsody without leaving the Twitter app.

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Here's why you should turn on two-factor authentication

These days, simple passwords aren't good enough to secure your data. Hackers are too good, and security systems flawed. Longer complicated passwords created by generators like 1Password and Safari's iCloud Keychain can help, but the best way to lock down your accounts is to add extra authentication options.

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FiftyThree announces Think Kit tools for Paper, coming in April

FiftyThree, the developer behind Paper, have announced a new set of tools for the popular iPad drawing app, coming next month.

The tools, called Think Kit, include a marker with a ruler, scissors, and a paint roller. The idea behind Think Kit is to make creating things like charts faster and easier

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Opera's Coast browser adds video boost to combat buffering in version 4.1

Opera Coast has been updated to version 4.1, which adds video boost, a feature that helps you start watching videos as fast as possible

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Adobe gets its docs ducks in a row with Document Cloud

Acrobat DC apps for Android and iOS (and with easy syncing for Windows access)

Adobe may have invented the portable document format — that'd the venerable PDF, boys and girls — but for whatever reason its "Acrobat" suite never really had much to do with consumers, and even for biz types it often was easier just to print, sign, scan and send. That ends today with the announcement of Document Cloud, which brings forth Google Drive-like syncing capabilities and the mobile document power we've seen from Samsung.

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