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Best iPad apps for writers: Editorial, Dropbox, Mindly, and more!

The best iPad apps to help writers track ideas, plan content, get more creative, and everything in between!

Looking for the best iPad apps for writing your next big blog posts, essays, or novels? Because the iPad is so portable, and because it can be used by itself with the multitouch screen or with a connected physical keyboard, it's easy to take with you and use in a wide variety of places. There are also a ton of apps on the iPad App Store to help you organize your workflow, plan your content, write your work, and share it with the world. But which iPad writing apps are the absolute best?

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ReadQuick updated for iOS 7, Instapaper and Pocket

ReadQuick, the universal iPhone and iPad app that helps you learn to speed read faster, has been updated with an entirely new iOS 7-style design. It's iOS 7 only now, which means it can use a lot of the new technologies Apple released last year to go along with it, and ReadQuick also ties into Instapaper and Pocket, so read-later becomes read-faster as well.

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New and updated apps: New York Times, AAA Mobile, Domino's Pizza 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. Here they are! Today we've got updated weather, news, pizza ordering apps and more!

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Why I'm ditching Beats Music and going back to Rdio

When I did my initial Beats Music review back in January, I found the service to be so good I was almost certain I'd switch from Rdio and leave it behind. I did just that and for almost three months, I only used Beats Music on my iPhone, the web, and through Sonos. Unfortunately, small issues turned into much bigger ones that, ultimately, have led me to cancel my subscription. Here's why...

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Skype group video calling goes free on Mac, Windows and Xbox One

Skype has today announced that group video calling will be available to everyone for free. Whether you're wanting to chat away with friends about the latest episode of Game of Thrones, or collaborating with employees, it's now easier (and cheaper) to get started with Microsoft's communication platform. The company has removed the premium tag for group video calling on the Xbox One, Windows and Mac platforms.

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Secret expanding its anonymous messaging to Android and new global markets

Secret is a popular iOS app that lets you share things with others without having your name added to whatever is published. Today's news is not only has the service managed to pull off $10 million in funding, but we'll be seeing an Android app released in the future as well as more markets added to the supported list. Think of this a an anonymous social network. Currently, Secret operates in the US.

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FarmVille 2: Country Escape: Top 10 tips, hints, and cheats!

In FarmVille 2: Country Escape, you are tasked with building your own farm from the ground up. In order to do so you'll need lots of resources including crop fields, mills to turn your crops into product, and more. While you could always spend real cash in order to acquire these items quickly, if you have a little patience we've got the tips, tricks, and cheats you need to play strategically and level up fast enough on your own, no real money required!

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comiXology introduces new iPhone and iPad app, removes in-app purchases, following Amazon acquisition

comiXology has introduced all-new apps for iPhone and iPad in order to remove the ability to purchase new comics from within the app. Now, in order to get new comics, you have to go to comiXology's website, buy them there, and then go back to the comiXology app and download them. If this sounds similar to how the Amazon Kindle app works, it should. comiXology was recently acquired by Amazon.

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pushNotify sends notifications from your jailbroken iPhone or iPad to your Mac

pushNotify is a jailbreak tweak available for both iPhone and iPad that lets you forward all of your notifications to any Mac running OS X Mavericks or later. While you won't be able to reply to notifications with pushNotify, it is a handy way to keep an eye on your iPhone or iPad without interrupting your workflow.

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Pinterest introduces Guided Search for iPhone and iPad

Pinterest, the popular social network for sharing carefully curated collections of everything that interests you, has just updated their iPhone and iPad app to version 3.6 and added a new marquee feature — Guided Search. You can check it out in the videos above and below, but the basic idea is to help you not only find stuff you like but chance upon stuff you didn't know you'd like.

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