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Shazam will tell you more about that annoying FirstLook movie theater pre-show

Shazam and NCM Media Networks today announced a new partnership that will see the audio-ID service tying into NCM's FirstLook movie theater pre-shows. By opening the Shazam app when FirstLook is playing in AMC, Cinemark, and Regal theaters, you'll be able to get more info about whatever advertised content is filling the screen.

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New and updated apps: Marvel Unlimited, Adobe Voice, Hitman Absolution 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 new games for the Mac, an update to Adobe's new Voice app, and more!

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Best photo filter apps for iPhone: Snapseed, Litely, Mextures, and more!

The best photo apps for adding filters, creating effects, and making your iPhone photos stand out!

Looking for the best iPhone apps for adding filters and effects to your photos? We all share photos everyday, whether it be with friends and family or the world via a service like Instagram. If you're looking to make the best of a bad shot or make a great shot that much more creative and unique, photo filter and effect apps are what you want. The App Store has plenty of them to choose from, but which ones are the very best?

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How to find 'Most Recent' Newsfeed in Facebook 10.0 for iOS

The Facebook 10.0 update for iPhone and iPad has removed the Most Recent Newsfeed from its previous, easy to find position right at the top of the main screen. This has led to a burst of confusion and consternation and yes, a lot of questions. The good news is that the Most Recent Newsfeed isn't gone, it's just been buried. Here's how to find it!

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Facebook for iOS hits version 10.0, adds post review, hides recent posts

Facebook for iPhone and iPad has updated to version 10.0 (yes, really). New features include the ability to review what your posts will look like and remove suggested links (?!) before sharing. You can also create posts when on a bad or non-existant connection now and they'll be shared when next you get back online. Finally, older devices should now load the Newsfeed faster. Speaking of which, if you were a fan of the Recent Posts tab, bad news β€” that's now been moved from the top and buried near the bottom.

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Panic's Coda 2.5 leaving Mac App Store, staying awesome

Panic's Coda is one of the best all-in-one web editors on the Mac, but when version 2.5 hits, it will no longer be in the Mac App Store. The reason? Sandboxing. Both Panic and Apple tried everything they could to make Coda, a complex development tool, work within the confines of the Mac App Store but it just couldn't come together, at least not in a way that fit the release schedule.

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Evernote for iOS adds Presentation Mode

Evernote has added a new Presentation Mode which allows users to display slideshows of your notes in a clean full-screen interface with easy navigation. The iPhone and iPad apps support AirPlay for Presentation Mode, too. Single slides can be identified with simple horizontal lines in your notes, or by using the new Create a Table of Contents option. On the downside, this feature is reserved for Premium subscribers, which costs $5/month or $45/year.

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Hands-on with the new Sonos Controller for iOS

The folks at Sonos have released an update to their Sonos Controller app for both iOS and Android devices. While it doesn't change much of the functionality, it does add a redesigned UI, the ability to create playlists on the fly and universal search across all of your music services. It's been available on Android in beta form for a few weeks, but it's now officially available for everyone to enjoy.

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Jawbone UP partners with Automatic to get drivers to walk more

Automatic, the company behind the smart driving assistant that we reviewed in March, is partnering with Jawbone to integrate data into their UP fitness app. While the UP band tracks your steps, integration with Automatic will show drivers the connections between their physical activity and driving. Jawbone has previously partnered partnered with Whistle in a similar way.

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Students get iOS apps running on an Android device

A group of Columbia University students have demonstrated a proof-of-concept implementation of iOS apps running on an Android device. The compatibility layer, dubbed "Cider" (get it? Apple? Cider?) isn't an emulator or virtual machine as you might expect β€” no, it's a compatibility layer designed to allow natively-coded Objective C apps to run on Android. In this case, they're demoing it on a last-generation Nexus 7.

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