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Starbucks app for iPhone going digital tipping, shake-to-pay

Starbucks has announced a couple of new features heading to its iPhone app in a forthcoming update. To be launched into the App Store on March 19, Starbucks will be adding a new shake-to-pay feature, as well as a way to digitally tip your baristas in the U.S.

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Microsoft Office 2014 might finally be on its way!

Microsoft Office for Mac hasn't seen a refresh in a few years now, but all that looks set to change in 2014. First reported from CeBIT by German site Computerwoche, Microsoft will finally update its office suite for Mac before this year is out. The folks at Macworld then followed up with a quote from Microsoft:

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New and updated apps: Instagram, Google Chrome, Duolingo, 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 social photo app, a web browser, and a couple of language apps, and more!

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Best fishing companion apps for iPhone: Knot Guide, My Fishing Forecast, FishTales, and more!

Whether you want to become an expert angler or learn how to better identify different types of fish, loading up a few fishing apps on your iPhone can be the difference between you telling all your friends about the catch of the day... or the one that got away. No matter what you're fishing for, understanding fish behavior is key. From tying a good knot to knowing what lure to use, these are a ton of great apps on the App Store to help you out. But which ones are the very best?

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Shaq spends $1,000 a week on iPhone apps!

Shaquille O'Neal has been talking tech at SXSW in Austin, Texas, and it turns out he's something of an app addict! Speaking on video with the folks at the Wall Street Journal, Shaq says he spends about $1,000 a week on apps for his iPhone. Sure, he's not exactly short of cash, but that is a pretty insane spend even for a self-confessed geek with a huge wallet.

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Best coupon and savings apps for iPhone: Ibotta, SnipSnap, Checkout 51, and more!

Why pay more than you have to? If you've got an iPhone, whether you're checking items off your grocery list, hunting now a new wardrobe, or eyeing the next gadget for your collection, there are a ton of apps to help make sure you never pay full price for anything ever again. But which coupon and savings apps are the very best?

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New and updated iOS apps: Tweetbot, Remote, Angry Birds Star Wars, Hay Day, more!

Every day the App Store and the Mac App Store are bombarded with new and updated apps. There are way too many for us to write about them all, so we try bring you the highlights every day, instead. Today we've got some updated games, a major new release of a popular social app, a great sync tool for the Mac and more!

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Ask iMore: How the #@$& do you find anything with App Store search?

App Store search is horribly broken. We all know that. So it came as no surprise when a reader asked me how we — the people who write about them all day — find anything on the App Store. The short answer is a little creativity and a lot of tenacity. The long answer is best given in the form of a recent example. Here it is!

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What's on Ally's Mac dock right now!

I currently have two Macs in my workflow, a 13" MacBook Air and a 27" iMac. My iMac is my main work machine in my home office while I use my MacBook Air on the go. For the most part the docks on both are mirror images of each other. I have loads of apps on both of my Macs, but I depend on certain ones a lot more than others. Here's a look at the ones that currently earn a spot in my dock...

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JellyLock7 for jailbreak lets you access your most-used apps right from your lock screen

There are some jailbreak utilities that come along and quickly receive must install status. JellyLock7 is quickly becoming one of them. It gives you quick access to your favorite apps without ever having to leave the Lock screen. It's simple but it's one of those tweaks that you never knew you needed until you had it.

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