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How to use Fitbit for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide

Track your Fitbit progress wherever, whenever with the Fitbit app for iPhone and iPad.

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Best weather apps for iPhone

There are hundreds of weather apps in the App Store. Which one is right for you?

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How to watch US Netflix in Canada - VPN Guide

Netflix may be cutting off VPN access for some customers, but Canadians can still take advantage of these iOS apps to experience content that isn't available in their home region

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You can now share your Spotify songs and playlists via Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger has now integrated support for sharing Spotify songs and playlists into its app. Users can find the new feature in Facebook Messenger's “More” section.

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Vimeo gets a new design, uploading improvements and more in version 6.0

Vimeo has received a large update, bumping it up to version 6.0. Along with this update came a new design that is easier on the eyes, improvements to uploading, the ability to save videos for offline viewing and more.

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Lightroom mobile apps expand 3D Touch support, add full resolution exports

Adobe has updated its Lightroom mobile apps, expanding 3D Touch to the Camera Roll browser view on iPhone and adding the ability to export photos in full resolution.

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Slack rolling out voice calls beta to its desktop messaging platform

Slack is now testing voice calling in its desktop apps and in Chrome, giving users an easy way to initiate a voice call with teammates right from the app.

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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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