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Google Play Music iPad UI discovered within iPhone app

Google Play Music has been available for iPhone since late 2013, but so far users of Google's streaming music app have been without an official iPad app. Today, however, we're getting our first look at what Google Play Music for iPad might actually look like, as 9to5Mac has published images of the app's tablet UI. What's more, it seems the iPad version is actually buried in the current iPhone app.

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Facebook retires Poke and Camera for iPhone from App Store

Remember Facebook Poke and Facebook Camera? Don't worry, neither does Facebook. The company has pulled the two apps from the App Store. Facebook Camera was launched in May 2012, while Facebook Poke was launched in December that same year. Neither app came to gain widespread prominence, though they were notable for being the first standalone apps from Facebook.

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Slices brings multi-account management to your jailbroken iPhone or iPad

Have an iPad or iPhone that's used by multiple people in your home? Ever experienced rage when your high score in Flappy Bird gets overwritten by your 6 year old kid? How about that time your wife posted photos of her girl's night out on your Instagram account on accident? If you are rocking a jailbreak on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 7 you can put an end to the madness with Slices!

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Swarm will make you mayor of your friends, offer stickers

Last week Foursquare announced Swarm, its new app for checking in. That's right. Foursquare is pulling out the check-in component and building a standalone app around that experience. That app will be called Swarm and will focus on connecting you with your friends. While the Foursquare app that remains will serve to help explorers find new spots. Today Foursquare has shared more details about Swarm, which launches next week.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week

Boy howdy, it's been awhile since we've done a round-up of the best iPhone and iPad apps of the week, eh? In our ongoing mission to bring you the latest and greatest of the App Store, we've rounded up these five apps that have been released in the last 7 days. This week we've got a lot of creative apps for making something to share with the world, but also a few to help you zone out and disconnect. Dive in and be sure to let us know about your favorite iOS app releases this week in the comments!

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Google Docs for iPhone and iPad review: It's just as bad as Google Sheets

Google Docs is one of Google's newest iPhone and iPad apps. Just be sure you don't confuse it with the Google Docs service itself, because the Google Docs app deals only with word processing and text editing. If you want to access your spreadsheets, you'll need to grab the Google Sheets app as well. Some folks may ask why Google decided to split these services into two separate apps that were already accessible with the Google Drive app. Perhaps for extra features or capabilities? I recently reviewed Google Sheets and found that wasn't exactly the case. So is Google Docs any different?

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New and updated apps: Dropbox, Flipboard, Record Run 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 fun games for iOS and OS X, an update to the popular file sync tool Dropbox and more!

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New and updated apps: Google Maps, Warhammer 40,000: Carnage, WebReaver 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 a major update to Google Maps, a new game based on Warhammer, new apps for Mac web developers and Salesforce users, and more!

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Spotify for iPhone review: Finally, some progress!

I have an ongoing love hate relationship with pretty much every music streaming service available. I just want them to be better as none of them as a whole are the best. That's why I was excited when Spotify majorly overhauled their iPhone app. It was a chance to try the service out again and see if the glaring issues that push me on the Rdio side of the fence are finally remedied. Is it good enough for me to give it a second chance? More importantly, is it good enough for you, our readers, to choose it over the many available options? Let's find out...

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Snapchat settles with the FTC over privacy concerns, will be monitored for 20 years

Snapchat has agreed to settle with the FTC over claims that the company deceived consumers over the data it collected and also the security measures taken to prevent unauthorized disclosure. Snapchat's failure to secure its Find Friends feature resulted in a breach that allowed hackers to steal 4.6 million usernames and phone numbers.

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