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Celebrate National Donut Day with these apps, games and iBooks!

National Donut Day is upon us, so we've rounded up some fun apps to celebrate the day. We have games, apps and iBooks for you to enjoy, all donut-themed!

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Facebook rolls out more granular location sharing in Messenger

Facebook announced that it is enabling more granular controls for users to share locations in Messenger. With the changes rolling out today, users will be able to select specific locations to share in separate messages with their contacts.

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What's new on the App Store: Curator, Blades of Brim, collections for coders

This week on the App Store, be sure to check out new apps like Curator and Relook, along with games like Blades of Brim and the latest Hitman title from Square Enix.

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Free App of the Week: Keep track of your tasks with 2Do

Every week on the App Store, an app or game goes free for seven days. This week, we've got 2Do, which will help you track your tasks across iPhone and iPad.

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Instapaper now lets you add your own notes across iPhone, iPad, and the web

Instapaper for iPhone and iPad has been updated with support for notes, letting you add comments to your highlights. Notes can be created and synced across the iPhone, iPad, and web versions of Instapaper.

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Review: ETA drives speedy directions and traffic prediction to Apple Watch

Want to get somewhere quickly — and know how long it will take you? ETA's on the job.

At the beginning of this year, my roller derby league moved their practice space north of Boston, changing my five-minute commute to somewhere in the 55-minute vicinity. Boston is notorious for its rush hour traffic, and our move meant that for the first time, my naive work-at-home self was routinely stuck in it.

Lucky for me, I had ETA.

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Tweetbot 2.0 for Mac brings Tapbots' signature look into the age of Yosemite

It's clean, it's crisp, and you better believe Tweetbot 2.0 for Mac is vibrant!

The transition from the old, richly textured look of Apple software to the current, more physical age meant a lot of designers and apps had to figure out how to translate their personality from rendered pixels to physics and animation. Tapbots and designer Mark Jardine had among the most distinctive styles of the previous era. Tweetbot 3 for iPhone showed that his skills were every bit as fierce in the post iOS-era. So how do they hold up post-Yosemite?

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Periscope now helps you find live broadcasts around the world

Twitter's Periscope live streaming and app has been updated to help users find broadcasts to watch, with a new Map section letting them find streams all over the world.

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Get your schedule right on your wrist with Sunrise Calendar

Sunrise Calendar, the popular third-party calendar app owned by Microsoft, has been updated with support for the Apple Watch.

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The week's best iPhone games: Bounce Baby, Geometry Wars 3, and more!

So many iPhone and iPad games, so little time.

The App Store's new "Best Games" category features a selection hand-picked by Apple curators. In honor of this change, I decided to highlight a few new iOS games that were not selected to be featured on Apple's front page — along with one notable exception I can't stop playing.

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