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Cinemagraph Pro gets 87% price cut to celebrate Apple Design Award

Cinemagraph Pro, an app for Mac that helps you create moving photo images from short videos like you might find in things like online ads, being heavily discounted after it's recent Apple Design Awards win. Normally $200, Cinemagraph Pro will be available on the Mac App Store for $24.99 for the rest of WWDC, a discount of over 87%%.

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Fleksy teases its iOS 8 keyboard app already

We're all getting excited for what iOS 8 is going to bring us, especially for third party keyboard support (finally!) Fleksy is also naturally excited and couldn't wait until the fall to show us what its iOS 8 app looks like, so we're getting a first look today.

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SmartGlass on iPhone and iPad can now control your TV through your Xbox One

The SmartGlass app for iPhone and iPad allows users to remotely control their Xbox One from their phone, and with the latest update, you can do a lot more. TV and App Channels are now showcased in an easy-to-access OneGuide page. You can also manually cruise through your TV channels if you have service now. Twitch integration helps you discover live streaming gameplay through SmartGlass. An array of smaller tweaks, such as achievement comparisons, new notification options, and an overall Home screen change round out a pretty beefy update.

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FitPebble is the perfect Pebble watch face for #MobileFit Month!

If you're a Pebble user who also happens to be rocking a Fitbit — there's a sweet watch face you may have missed. FitPebble connects to your Fitbit account from your Android or iOS device and displays your current stats right on your Pebble smartwatch. It's a quick and easy way to see your stats throughout the day.

After installing the app on your Pebble, just login and FitPebble will collect your data and show it under the time on the watch face. It shows off total steps, distance, floors & active minutes. Each has a progress bar so you can see how close you are to your daily goal, and will also show a checkmark when you complete them.

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Sky Go adds ITV support just in time for the World Cup

Sky TV's popular mobile service, Sky Go, just got more useful for football fans on the go by adding ITV to its list of supported channels just in time for the Fifa World Cup. Or, if you're just into regular TV, you'll be well taken care of by the other channels since it includes ITV1, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4 and CITV.

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Best messaging apps for iPhone: Hangouts, LINE, WhatsApp, and more!

iMore's guide to the best, most reliable, and most widely used messaging apps currently available on the iPhone!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to stay in contact with your friends and family? When it comes to messaging, the list of services to choose from is pretty much endless. Whether you need to send messages internationally or just don't care to give out your phone number or iMessage information to everyone you need to be able to communicate with, there's an appropriate option for everyone. But that still leaves one important question unanswered, what messaging apps for iPhone are the absolute best?

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New and updated apps: SwiftKey Note, Uber, Castro, and more!

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. Today we've got updates to BlackBerry's cross-platform messenger, a popular note taker and something that'll help you get around. Let's take a look!

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Instagram adds bunch of new editing tools

Instagram 6.0 has hit the App Store today, bringing with it some new photo editing features. The features include the ability to adjust brightness, contrast, saturation and warmth. In addition, you can now selectively add filters to your photos, controlling the intensity of the change. The new features can be found when adding a filter by selecting the new wrench icon.

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Microsoft's Bing is the search engine of choice in Yosemite's new Spotlight

Apple's keynote for the 2014 WWDC event is history but there are still some interesting news bits that are slowly being discovered from the massive two hour briefing. One of them was officially confirmed by Microsoft as it stated the updated Spotlight feature in OS X 10.10 Yosemite and iOS 8 will have its web searches powered by Bing.

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iOS apps can now "facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies"

A new section in the App Store guidelines suggests that virtual currencies like Bitcoin may very well be supported in the future on iOS. Previously Apple had placed a ban on those sorts of apps, but section 11.17 shows there's been some easing up.

"Apps may facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies provided that they do so in compliance with all state and federal laws for the territories in which the app functions."

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