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Best prom apps for iPhone: OpenTable, ASOS, ProFlowers, and more!

Heading to prom this year? Grab these iPhone apps to help you plan better, budget smarter, and party harder!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you prepare for your prom? For many juniors and seniors at many schools, prom is just around the corner and that means it's time to pick out a dress, find a suit or tux, place flowers on order, book a table, arrange festivities, and do all the other things that go along with planning a perfect prom. Luckily the App Store has a bunch of apps to help you make your prom the best one ever. But which iPhone apps are the absolute best for prom planning?

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OneNote gets iOS 7 redesign, character recognition, and more!

Microsoft has announced some significant updates to OneNote clients for iPhone and Mac. In addition to a visual overhaul for iOS 7, the iPhone version now includes character recognition so you can snap pictures of documents and save them to OneNote in the cloud. You can also create and share notebooks independently on the iPhone now.

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Foursquare announces Swarm, its new app for checking in

Foursquare has announced that they're going to be spinning off a new app this summer called Swarm. While Foursquare has been used for sharing where you are for years, Swarm aims to facilitate meet-ups with friends more easily by letting you broadcast where you're going next and what your friends' plans are. Meanwhile, the original Foursquare app will be changing a little bit to be more focused on venue discovery and reviews.

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New and updated apps: Sunrise Calendar, Talisman, Google Drive 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 a popular calendar and Google's cloud service, as well as a new Games Workshop title and a bunch more. Let's take a look!

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Snapchat updated with text chat and video calling

Self-destructing photo-sharer Snapchat has been updated today with a couple of major new features. Previously you'd have to take a photo if you wanted to send any kind of message through the service — now text chat is accessible by swiping right from the main camera view, then swiping again on the person you want to chat with. As you might expect, message history is wiped when you swipe away from the conversation, though you can choose to save individual messages for later if they're important. But text chat is only part of the new Snapchat.

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What's the one App Store app you couldn't do without?

Is there an App Store app you can't imagine doing without? Each and every single day there is hundreds of apps submitted to Apple for inclusion in the App Store. Some of them are great and some of them, not so much. The App Store is often times hard to navigate and finding great apps can be related to finding a needle in a haystack. But every now and then you find exactly what you're looking for and that app, whatever it may be, never leaves your device. It's an app you use every single day, love to use and can't imagine not having it available or how you ever managed to get on without it before. Do you have an app like that?

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Facebook Login for apps will now offer users selective permissions and anonymity

Facebook made some impressive strides in privacy at their annual conference today, announcing a new feature that would let users log into connected apps without giving any personal data. There will also be the option for users to tick off which Facebook permissions to allow an app on the initial set-up.

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Facebook wants to make it easier to jump between apps with App Links

Today at Facebook's F8 developer conference, the social networking giant unveiled a new initiative to make it easier to share data between mobile apps and the web: App Links. The open source service is meant to make it easy for developers to expose and integrate deep links into their app and into other apps with just a few lines of code.

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Google Docs and Sheets get their own iPhone and iPad apps

Google has released two new apps for iOS, one for Docs and one for Sheets. The two apps are dedicated to viewing and editing text documents, as opposed to the Google Drive app, which shows all of your documents in one place. It's a way to easily find all of your documents of a single type. Both apps support all of the features that you would expect.

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Hulu Plus to offer select free viewing on mobile this summer

Previously bound to having a Hulu Plus subscription, Hulu this summer will be opening up their free streams to mobile users. As of right now, if you want to watch something that's streaming on Hulu on your mobile device, you'll need a Hulu Plus account — even if that show is free to stream through a desktop browser. Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins announced today that this summer that will change.

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