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Creating email harmony with Mailbox for iOS and Airmail for Mac

I've been on the hunt for the perfect cross-platform email setup ever since Mavericks made the native Mail app so awkward and unreliable. I've looked at the best alternative mail apps for Mac and done the same for both iPhone and iPad. As it turns out, Mailbox and Airmail play rather nicely together... with a little help.

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New and updated apps: Google Chrome, Aviary, Zynga Poker 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 updates for Google Chrome for iOS, Zynga Poker, the Aviary photo editor and more. Let's take a look!

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What apps are still missing from the iPhone and iPad App Store?

When you look at Windows Phone or BlackBerry 10 it's easy to see the well-known iOS and Android apps that are missing from their respective app stores. Even with Android, you can look at popular iOS apps like Tweetbot, Fantastical, or Letterpress, not to mention every single one of Apple's apps like GarageBand, Keynote, and iTunes Store, and notice their absence from Google Play. With the iOS App Store, however, it can take a little while longer. The Google apps are mostly there, as is BBM, and many Microsoft apps as well. So what's still missing?

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Flappy Bird demise caused by addiction, not Nintendo

Flappy Bird may have flown away, but the media attention continues. Despite having an apparent issue with the attention, developer Dong Nguyen has taken the time to speak to the team at Forbes outlining his reasons for pulling the insanely popular game. And it doesn't have anything to do with Nintendo, apparently.

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Google Admin for iOS lets you manage your Google Apps domains on the go

Google has released Google Admin, an app to manage Google Apps users, groups, passwords, and more. The app is designed for use with Google Apps for Business, Education, Government, Google Coordinate and Chromebooks.

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Best Valentine's Day apps for couples: OpenTable, Avocado, ProFlowers, and more!

Valentine's Day is almost upon us and for those out there with significant others, it's a time to enjoy each other and remember what brought you together in the first place. There are lots of apps to help you make this Valentine's Day the best one yet. Here are my favorites for Valentine's Day 2014!

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New and updated apps Feb. 10: Temple Run 2, Just Eat, Vert Lite

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 a love fuelled update for one of the most popular iOS games in recent times (no, not Flappy Bird), a new iPad app for a popular UK based take out ordering service and more!

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Ask iMore: What's the best way to share lists between iPhone and Android?

Shopping lists and reminders are easily shared between iPhones with the stock Reminders app. That means adding something to a shopping list on one iPhone automatically updates it on the other person's. While this is a great option if both parties use iPhones, what if one of them uses Android? That's exactly the question one reader asked us. He currently uses an iPhone while his wife is sporting an Android. They want to be able to share lists and notes with one another but aren't quite sure what the best solution is. Luckily, there are some awesome third party apps that are available for both iPhone and Android that do just that. Here are my suggestions...

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iTunes Radio vs Pandora vs Songza vs TuneIn Radio vs Last.fm: Radio streaming music services compared!

Radio streaming services take the heavy lifting out of finding music to listen to. They differentiate themselves from on-demand streaming music services by taking the work out of curating your own content and playlists. Remember the days where we had favorite radio stations and just tuned into them and listened? That's the experience Pandora, Songza, iTunes Radio, Last.fm, and TuneIn Radio want to put in your pocket. So if you aren't interested in offline downloads and just want to hit play, follow along to figure out which one is right for you.

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Were you using LinkedIn Intro? Well, neither was anybody else, so they're shuttering it!

It was only October when professional social media network LinkedIn introduced Intro, a service that enabled you to check the LinkedIn profile (when available) of people sending you e-mail. Today LinkedIn announced that as of March, Intro will be no more.

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