Apps

Paper by FiftyThree will now save your journals in the cloud

FiftyThree's Paper app has been updated to version 2.4.1 with support for cloud backups of journals, and a new place to see all of your activity in the app's Mix service.

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1Password's latest update brings support for Apple Watch

1Password for iPhone and iPad has hit version 5.4 with Apple Watch support, letting you access your secure information from your wrist.

On the Apple Watch, 1Password will show you the codes, credit cards, and more that are most important to you, and you'll be able to select specific items that will appear in the watch app.

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Fleksy integrates Riffsy's GIF Keyboard, goes free for a week

Third-party keyboard Fleksy now comes with GIF Keyboard built in thanks to a partnership with Riffsy.

Previously available as an optional extension to Fleksy, the Riffsy GIF Keyboard now comes pre-configured in this update. The GIF Keyboard allows you to search for your favorite GIFs, copy one just by tapping it.

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Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor updated with support for 3D titles and more

Apple has released updates for its Final Cut Pro, Motion, and Compressor professional video editing applications.

Final Cut Pro 10.2 will now let editors create 3D titles. You can create titles with customizable 3D text, using one of the available templates and the large set of text styles available in Final Cut Pro, or import new elements created with Motion 5.2.

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iPhoto and Aperture no longer available for purchase from the Mac App Store

Apple's iPhoto and Aperture photo editing and management applications have been removed from the Mac App Store.

Following the release of OS X 10.10.3 earlier this week, which included the new Photos app for OS X, Apple has removed iPhoto and Aperture from the Mac App Store.

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Apple reportedly in talks to secure exclusives from Taylor Swift, others for rumored music service

Apple is reportedly in talks with both Taylor Swift and Florence and the Machine to offer exclusive releases on its rumored upcoming streaming service.

Along with the above artists, the report mentions that Apple is in talks with over a dozen others for exclusive releases on the as well.

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Nokia reportedly discussing the possible sale of its HERE maps division

A new story says that Nokia is reportedly "exploring" the idea of selling off its HERE Maps division.

The company may decide to ditch the maps business in part to concentrate its time on its wireless network division. HERE Maps is already getting some interest from other companies and private-equity firms, according to Bloomberg's unnamed sources.

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Developers talk about importance of quick actions and notifications in Apple Watch apps

A number of developers have opened up about the lessons they learned while developing apps for the Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch, is generally meant for quick interactions: checking the time, looking up a score for a game, or sending a text.

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Best manual camera apps for iPhone

Built-in Camera app on your iPhone just isn't enough? The App Store is full of alternatives to take your photography to new levels!

Whether you just want to take more stunning shots in general, or need to focus on something more specific, like HDR or long exposure photography, there are tons of third party camera apps to choose from. A lot even offer manual controls for things such as exposure and focus. Want more control over file output? You can have that too. No matter what your iPhone photography needs are, there's something for everyone. As with most apps, manual camera apps aren't always one size fits all.

Follow along and we'll help you figure out which manual camera app is the best for you!

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How to use iCloud's Family Sharing with Photos for OS X

You can't sync your entire iCloud Photo Library with your family, but you can still share images with them.

While iCloud Photo Library supports syncing your photos, videos, and albums across your own personal devices, it doesn't offer an option to sync everything to a family member's device: After all, do you really want to share every photo or video you've ever taken with your family? Probably not.

As such, if you have Family Sharing enabled, you'll still have your own Photos library. But that doesn't mean you can't still share images with each other easily. Here are three options I've been using to keep my family in the loop.

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