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How to get a refund for iTunes or App Store purchases

If you experience a problem with music, movies, TV shows, books, or apps you purchase from iTunes or the App Store you can request a refund directly from Apple. You'll need to have a valid reason for the request—it's not meant to be a way to get free trials or short term use—and it can take some time to process, but it is there to help make sure you get what you pay for and don't end up paying for anything you didn't want.

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Groove is the new name for Microsoft's Xbox Music app on the iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has rebranded its Xbox Music app for the iPhone and the iPad with the new Groove name, as it has already done for the Windows 10, Android, Xbox One and web versions.

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Status Board 2.0 helps you keep track of what's important to you

Panic has updated Status Board, its app for keeping track of important news, data, and more, refreshing the interface, adding support for multiple boards and bringing in new panels.

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Kodak now lets you edit, share, and print from its Moments app

Kodak has released an update for its Moments app, which now lets you share, edit, and print photos all from one location. Previously, users needed multiple apps to accomplish this, but not any longer.

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Your August Smart Lock can now be controlled from your Apple Watch

The August Smart Lock app for iPhone has been updated with support for the Apple Watch, letting you operate your locks, view activity, and receive notifications.

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Audio Hijack 3.2 boosts the power of Time Shift with better controls and a global hotkey

Rogue Amoeba's Audio Hijack has hit version 3.2, brining new power to the app's Time Shift feature by adding greater control over how you shift, along with other important enhancements. This version also adds general support for OS X El Capitan.

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How to permanently delete your Snapchat account

Snapchat is fun, fast, and super-popular, but it's not for everyone all the time. And that's okay.

Snapchat can be really fun for sending quick snaps to your friends or looking at specialty content like the Beats 1 DJs being silly. But it's not for everyone.

If you made a Snapchat account and you've decided that you're done, you can permanently delete your account in just a few easy steps using a web browser. (Sadly, you can't delete your account right from the Snapchat app for iPhone.) Deleting your account ensures that you'll no longer be able to see or receive any new snaps from fellow Snapchat users.

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The best word games for iPhone and iPad

Hone your grammar and spelling skills in this collection of iOS word games.

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What's new on the App Store: Watch the PGA Tour live, Angry Birds gets a sequel, and go back-to-school shopping

Every week, the App Store highlights some of the best new and updated apps. This week, we get ready for the PGA Tour, Angry Birds gets a sequel, and Apple showcases back-to-school apps.

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Yahoo LiveText hopes blending video and texting will make for more authentic conversations

Yahoo has officially unveiled its LiveText messaging app, which blends text messaging and video in an effort to make your conversations more memorable.

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