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Sparkle Mac web page editor will seem familiar to page layout fans

Sparkle is a new web page editor for the Mac, now available in public beta form. It's still pretty raw, but the first version should give you an idea of what the developers are going for - web page design using a page layout metaphor. It's a bit like Pages for the Web.

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KISS Photo Bomb app can add rock and roll to all of your pictures

KISS is going mobile and today have announced the launch of the KISS PHOTO BOMB app for Android and iOS devices. With the free app, users can "KISSIFY" their photos and text messages with things like KISS members, KISS make-up, KISS frames and even KISS emoticons. Snap away then share to your favorite social service.

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Penultimate updated with improved pens, page-turning and Jot Script support

A new version of Penultimate, the Evernote-owned real-life notebook app for iPad, is rolling out now through the App Store. Penultimate version 5.2 introduces a redesigned pen selection menu, allowing you to choose the width of your pen, and easier swapping without having to reselect your color.

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Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff headed to iOS on April 10

FOX and TinyCo has announced that their new Family Guy mobile game will be headed to the App Store from April 10. MacRumors reports that the official name and release date of the title were unveiled at a launch event in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.

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Pebble unbreaks crippled iPhone app with update to version 2.1.1

Smartwatch fans rejoice! Version 2.1.1 of the Pebble app for iPhone is now in the App Store. The update, pushed through Apple's review process with all possible haste, fixes the bugs that plagued the previous 2.1 version of the Pebble app, adds some new apps for the appstore, and gives you the ability to share apps with friends via email, Twitter, and Facebook, and SMS.

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New and updated apps: Pro Camera 7, Airbnb, BillGuard, and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS App Store and Mac App Store. 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 some updates a few photo editing apps, some social, and a little bit in between!

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Best selfie apps for iPhone: Picr, Snapchat, FaceTune, and more!

Looking for the absolute best iPhone apps in the App Store? You've come to the right place! Selfies — short for self-portaits — are a big thing on mobile and so is the iPhone. More people take more selfies with the iPhone than just about any camera in the world. But how do you get the very best selfies on your iPhone? By using a great selfie app, of course! The App Store is full of apps to help you capture the best selfie possible on your iPhone. From collecting all your selfies in one place to fixing skin blemishes to self destructing photos, there are apps for that! But which one is the best?

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WhatsApp down, slow, or inconsistent for you? You're not alone!

WhatsApp, the cross-platform instant messaging service recently acquired by Facebook for $16+ billion, seems to be having some trouble this morning. We're getting multiple reports of it simply not working, the send button being grayed out, messages sending slowly, or it working sometimes but not others. In other words, of WhatsApp being a bag of frustration today.

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Design photobooks from your iPad with ease using Kodak Moments HD

iOS offers a variety of photo printing apps like Free Prints and PostalPix. But until now, none of them bore the illustrious Kodak name. That changes today with the release of Kodak Moments HD for iPad. With Kodak Moments HD, users can easily create high quality photo books and prints using photographs from their iPad or social media sharing sites. And unlike competing apps, Kodak allows users to choose from both ship-to-home and same-day in-store pickup options.

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Fantastical 2 for iPad review

Thanks to Fantastical 2 for iPad I can now rapidly enter and find appointments and events on all my Apple devices, all the time. Flexibits' hyper-efficient, natural-language parsing calendar app first shipped for the Mac in May of 2011. Fantastical for iPhone landed in November of 2012. Now it's April of 2014, three years post-Mac, a year-and-a-half post-iPhone, and because of Michael Simmons and Kent Sutherland, I can't even use the default iPad calendar as an excuse to avoid time management anymore. I'm now a fully organized person. And yeah, I still love to hate them for that.

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