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Airmail for Mac updated with multiple signature support, better label management, performance improvements, and more

Airmail, an alternative email client for the Mac that's been gaining some popularity lately, has just received another nice update that includes many new features as well as several improvements upon existing ones. Most notably, the update to Airmail brings with it support for multiple signatures, a new way to manage labels, inline quick reply, and much more.

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Shadowrun Returns for iOS close to completion

Shadowrun Returns was released for Mac and PC almost two weeks ago, and while developer Harebrained Schemes continues to plug away on improving the desktop game, it has now turned its attention towards completing the tablet version for iOS and Android. Shadowrun Returns for tablets was originally intended to be released alongside the desktop version, but it was delayed to make sure that it would be of the same quality as the desktop game.

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Google Adsense app comes to iPhone, shows you the money!

Google has released what they call the first version of their Adsense app for iOS. It's iPhone only at the moment, though of course it'll run, boxed, on the iPad as well. With Adsense for iPhone you can look up key earnings information, top custom and URL channels, ad units and sites reports, and payment alerts.

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Minutely for iPhone combines weather data with crowd sourced information for more accurate forecasts

Minutely is a new kind of weather app for iPhone and the first to actually let users report incorrect weather data in their area. By using national weather data in conjunction with crowdsourced data from Minutely users, weather forecasts and current conditions can be more fine-tuned and drilled down to more specific areas.

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Spotify announces new 'Browse' feature, providing curated playlists for music discovery

Spotify has today announced their new "Browse" feature, that will be rolling out to iOS and Android premium subscribers in the coming days and weeks. Building from recent developments within their mobile apps, such as the Discover tab, Spotify is looking to make the next push forward in helping their listeners find new, great music to listen to.

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Feedly goes pro, gives you more in your RSS for $5 a month

From this morning when you log in to your Feedly account, there's going to be a new Pro option for you to upgrade to should you wish. The new $5 a month or $45 a year account promises more security, more search and more support. Better still, the first 5,000 people to upgrade will have the option of a $99 lifetime subscription. The full list of perks, from Feedly:

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TeeVee 2 for iPhone can track your favorite shows and alert you when a new episode is airing

TeeVee 2 for iPhone not only gives you lots of information such as episode guides, summaries, and more about your favorite shows, it can actually alert you of an upcoming episode so you can make sure you never forget to watch it or set your DVR to record. Not only that, it's got a great interface that's easy to navigate through and add new shows.

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AMRC for iPhone and iPad lets you swipe and flick your way through reddit

AMRC is a newer reddit client for both iPhone and iPad that is mainly gesture driven and allows you to swipe in and out of any menu instead of having to use navigation menus. Outside of a quicker way to browse, AMRC also offers sync support through Synccit.com, full reddit markup support, and more.

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How we handle security at iMore: Our apps and approaches to keeping our data safe!

All this week on Talk Mobile we've been discussing security - how we keep our information, and the information of others safe. Each of us here at iMore have different approaches, different go-to apps and authentication methods, and generally different levels of paranoia we try to balance with the realities of time and convenience. So what do we do? What security apps and authentication approaches make up our personal arsenals? Here we go...

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Apps of the week: Ember, Cannon Crasha, The Drowning, and more!

It's that time of the week again, when the iMore writing staff comes together to share with you some of those apps we've been using the most this week. Once again we've got a good spread, covering both iOS and Mac, with apps for tracking expenses, a few iOS games, and something to keep the kids busy!

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