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How to cancel your Spotify subscription

If you think it's time to break-up with Spotify, we're here to hold your hand as you cut the final chord—ahem—and cancel that subscription.

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Best keyboard apps for your iPhone

Need a keyboard change? Desperately wishing you could swipe-to-type? We've got you covered!

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Google launches iPhone app for its I/O 2016 developer conference

Google has launched the official iPhone app for its I/O 2016 developers conference, which will let you track the conference schedule, find sessions, and even stream the keynote live.

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What the heck is Boomerang?

What exactly is this newfangled video app from the team behind Instagram? Don't worry, we're here to explain everything!

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Instagram's video limit is now 60 whole seconds

Our favorite photo-sharing app got a huge video bump. You can now post up to 60 seconds of sweet, sweet video on Instagram.

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WhatsApp Web now lets you share documents

After introducing a standalone desktop app for Windows and Mac users earlier this week, WhatsApp is bringing added functionality to its web client. You can now send documents directly from WhatsApp Web.

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This is Beme: The social video app that forces you to be authentic

Beme is a brand new video-sharing app that uses the proximity sensor on your phone to trigger 10 second video recordings. At the end of the recording, it instantly uploads the video to Beme, making it impossible for you to edit the video in any way.

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What's new on the App Store: Superfly, Bejeweled Stars, and accessibility apps

Each week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, take a look at Superfly, Bejeweled Stars, and great apps that improve accessibility.

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Third-party keyboards find their audience in spite of Apple's neglect

Google's new GBoard keyboard is just the latest example of how companies are attempting to circumvent home screen app saturation on iOS.

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Some developers see App Store review times fall to an average of two days

Apple may be making some behind-the-scenes changes in order to shorten the times apps spend in the review process.

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