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SwiftKey, Android's favorite keyboard, finally comes to iOS — as SwiftKey Note!

SwiftKey Note brings the power and precision of one of the worlds best virtual keyboards, along with the convenience of Evernote sync, to the iPhone and the iPad for the first time. SwiftKey is an incredibly intelligent virtual keyboard that's been winning fans on Android — and getting embedded into devices — for years. Since Apple doesn't allow third party keyboards out of apps, SwiftKey had to take their technology inside. So, why a note-taking app?

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The ultimate in education apps arrives for iOS with Gojimo

Whether you're a student or a teacher, this latest release from 'Education Apps' – and the developers first on iOS – is sure to attract some attention. Gojimo is a new all in one learning tool which you'll be able to utilize on the go with your iPhone or iPad.

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Twitter 6.1 makes it even easier to share photos

Twitter has been updated to version 6.1, adding new options and features, including making it easier to reply with and edit photos. A couple of other improvements have been made to login verifications and discovery.

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Ember scrapbook app makes it easier to annotate

Realmac Software has released Ember for Mac 1.3 and Ember for iOS 1.1, new versions of its scrapbook software. With Ember, you can collect and edit images, videos, web content and more, using it for research, inspiration or visual reminders later.

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Hype 2.5: A love letter to the animated — and responsive! — web

The big news with Tumult's Hype's 2.5 update is that their layouts have become flexible, meaning they can now integrate with responsive designs and scale to suit different browser sizes and orientations. You can also now export animations as video files... or animated GIFs. Yup, you can now use Hype animations to troll email and message boards. French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Spanish and now all localized and supported. Hype Reflect 1.1, redesigned for iOS 7, has also been updated to let you preview all the new features on your iPhone.

The big news with Tumult's Hype's 2.5 update is that their layouts have become flexible, meaning they can now integrate with responsive designs and scale to suit different browser sizes and orientations. You can also now export animations as video files... or animated GIFs. Yup, you can now use Hype animations to troll email and message boards. French, German, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, and Spanish and now all localized and supported. Hype Reflect 1.1, redesigned for iOS 7, has also been updated to let you preview all the new features on your iPhone.

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GetGlue becomes tvtag, big updates on the way

Popular social TV app GetGlue has a new name following it's latest update: tvtag. The app still lets you check in and share, but it also hopes to provide high-quality, curated information about your favorite shows will keep you engaged, providing additional context for what you're watching.

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Editor's desk: Return of the daily app roundups!

On any given day hundreds of new and updated titles hit the iOS and Mac App Store. We all care very deeply about some, and not at all about others. And therein lies the challenge — how best to cover the ones that don't appeal to a large cross-section of our readership, the ones outside the overlap? Well, we think we have an idea. It's an old one, but we're going to do it with a new twist!

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Google Chrome for iOS now translating and compressing your data

A quick heads up for Google Chrome users on iPhone and iPad that the already discussed and promised update with on-board Translate and data compression is now live in the App Store.

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Dark Sky gets brand new design, expanded forecasts, and better maps in version 4.0; get it now!

Forecasting app Dark Sky has received a major overhaul in its update to version 4.0 with a brand new design, as well as extended forcasts and improved and expanded weather maps, stepping up to become a full-featured weather app.

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Replace clickbait headlines using this one weird trick

Are you sick and tired of clickbait headlines? That is to say, the sort of viral headlines you see especially on social media telling you about "one weird trick" or "will blow your mind?" So is Alison "Snipeyhead" Gianotto, and she's done something about it.

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