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Trivia Crack scores a slight redesign, new languages in version 2.0

The insanely addictive mobile game Trivia Crack scored an update to 2.0 today, bringing a slight redesign and some new features along for the ride.

In Trivia Crack 2.0, players are presented with a new user profile, improved navigation, new animations, and new languages for both the game and the question factory.

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Google Calendar finally lands on the iPhone

Google has just announced that Google Calendar is finally available for download in the App Store.

While there are tons of calendar options available currently in the App Store, there are tons of users who have been patiently waiting for the official Google Calendar to finally be available. Like its Android counterpart, Google Calendar for iOS will allow events to be created right from Gmail, offers various assists to speed up the process of entering events, and has a great schedule view. The features aren't the only thing Google brought over from the Android version, they have also copied the Material Design language of the application over as well.

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All the Apple Watch apps you'll want to have!

The Apple Watch is going to ship with a ton of apps, including the ones already announced, and the many more that are being finished right now.

Apple reportedly worked with a hundred or so developers to help make sure some of the best and most popular apps would be ready and polished for the Apple Watch's launch. They run the gamut from news and information services to sport and leisure activities to education and entertainment to social networking and communication to, well, pretty much every category the App Store offers.

You'll be able to get them on your Apple Watch by downloading them to your iPhone first. In some cases that'll mean updates to the existing apps you already have, in others it'll mean all new apps to love!

It's still early, and we won't know for sure how well they work, and which will be the all-stars, until we get them on our wrists, but here are the ones we're looking forward to the most!

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VSCO Cam 4.1 introduces Copy + Paste batch photo editing

For its latest major release, popular camera app VSCO Cam has added batch photo editing, an undo edit button and performance improvements. The new batch editing feature, aka Copy + Paste, lets you make a complex set of edits to just one photo, then copy that set of edits and apply it to other photos you've taken already. It's kind of like an edit preset, but made to be used on a shorter-term basis, and it should really cut down on editing large sets of photos.

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HandBrake moves to interim bug fixing release schedule, starts with version 0.10.1

The HandBrake team are continuing to move away from their yearly release cycle, and have now set out to publish interim fix releases.

The first of these new releases is version 0.10.1, which has just been released. These updates will focus more on fixing any bugs uncovered in the app, as opposed to adding new features already being worked on for version 1.0 of the open source video transcoder.

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How to manage two-factor authentication on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac with Authy

Passwords are weak and often cracked. Two-factor authentication, which uses your phone number to send a secondary code you have to enter, is much stronger.

I know first-hand how scary password hacks can be, but I still put off two-factor authentication for years — relying instead on a strong multi-digit 1Password-generated password — because it felt clunky and hard to set up. What if I lost access to my phone number because I was restoring my iPhone? What if I couldn't get network access for my two-factor code? Too much hassle, I thought.

Authy changed my opinion on two-factor authentication: The app makes it far less terrifying to deal with; it also lives on both my Mac and iOS devices, so I don't have to worry about losing access to my accounts while my phone is restoring.

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How to set up two-factor authentication for Dropbox

Dropbox has become a valued repository for many people, yours truly included — folks keep writing, PDFs, photos, and more in the cloud-based storage service. As such, you almost definitely don't want it compromised by enterprising hackers or devious thieves.

Two-factor authentication can provide a strong barrier against such attacks by requiring that anyone who attempts to access your account have both your password and access to your mobile devices. Here's how to set it up.

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How to set up two-factor authentication for Facebook

If you use Facebook, chances are there's a whole host of personal and semi-private information you don't want anyone else getting ahold of. Never fear: You can protect your Facebook account from potential hacks with little trouble thanks to the company's two-factor authentication integration. Here's how you can set it up.

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How to set up two-factor authentication for Twitter

Twitter can be a powerful mouthpiece for yourself, your brand, or your business — and an even more powerful weapon if your login credentials fall into the wrong hands. You can protect your account by enabling Twitter's two-factor authentication options; here's how.

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Week Weather for iPhone gives you 7 days of weather in a glance

Week Weather for iPhone is a new app that lets you view your current and upcoming weather quickly. The app provides an information-rich, yet easy-to-read outlook on a week's worth of weather.

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