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Square will now deliver your food with Caviar

Caviar, a food delivery service acquired earlier this year by Square, has now released an app for iPhone. A competitor to services like Seamless and Eat24, Caviar lets you order exactly what you want, and have it brought right to your door, if you live in the right city.

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Review: Boom 2 amplifies your Mac's audio and tunes with style

A few years ago, at Macworld Expo, my former colleagues and I stumbled upon a neat little Mac utility called Boom. The premise was simple: Your laptop's speakers don't always have the oomph you need when playing back music or video; Boom artificially boosts the sound levels to make everything sound just right.

Boom 2, released Wednesday, improves upon that initial concept while keeping the heart and soul of the utility intact. Boom's volume boost has now been tailored to each Mac in Apple's lineup, which means your louder audio is also clearer, crisper, and designed to best utilize the speakers in your computer. You can also select from several other equalizer settings (including your own custom equalizer profile) and individually boost the volume of a single song.

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Starbucks update brings back the menu, in-app ordering for Portland customers

It looks like Starbucks has pushed out an update to its official app today that brings along some nifty new features. Perhaps the most notable change is that customers in Portland, Oregon can now order and pay for their drinks directly from the app. Additionally, the menu has made a comeback, enabling users to quickly browse food and drink choices and note nutrition information.

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'Total War Battles: Kingdom' to lay siege on the iPad

Developer The Creative Assembly and publisher Sega have just revealed plans to launch Total War Battles: Kingdom, the second PC and tablet historical strategy game from the team that previously released Total War Battles: Shogun.

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Centrallo review: The only list-making app you'll ever need

Centrallo is a brand new productivity app, and if you spend any time making to do lists I think it will quickly win you over as a fan. While it is designed for making lists, it does a whole lot more as I'll explain. I've been a beta user for the last month, and Centrallo has just come out of public beta today. It's rock solid and you can start enjoying it for free on Android or iOS today.

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What's on Peter's iPhone 6 right now!

Much like Rene, I keep my iPhone pretty much bone-stock on its first Home screen. I do this because I've reset it frequently enough that I just can't be bothered to spend a lot of time customizing it, and like Rene, I use it occasionally for product shots when reviewing stuff at iMore and want it looking as fresh-out-of-the-box as possible.

I don't like a lot of messy app clutter on my iPhone's Home screens. I pretty compulsively find places to put apps I've downloaded, because I don't want to have to flip through pages finding what I'm looking for. My most frequently used apps I access by just double-pressing the Home button and flipping through pages until I find what I'm looking for. Everything else has its place.

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Best email apps for iPad: A faster way to inbox zero!

The iPad lets you hold the internet in your hands, which makes it an amazing tool for handling email. Whether you want to read and reply to messages from the couch, triage your email while on the go, or keep things organized at school or at the office, the iPad can help you do all that and more. The built-in Mail app has plenty of features to help you get your work done, but there are also a bunch of great alternatives in the App Store. These are currently our picks for the best iPad apps to help you clear out your inbox in no time!

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Wire is a communications service that offers a modern UI and end-to-end encryption

Backed by Skype co-founder Janus Friis, Wire is a new communications service that aims to cater to the current-generation of mobile users. The app comes with a modern user interface and lets you perform voice calls, share pictures, SoundCloud tracks, YouTube videos and more.

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Hands on with Typed, a new text editor for the Mac

Typed is a new text editor for the Mac from RealMac Software, the makers of RapidWeaver, Clear and Ember. If you're looking for a simple Mac text editor that will just get out of your way, give it a try.

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Twitter is adding new anti-harassment tools to make it easier to report abuse

Twitter will soon be offering offering all users of its social network some new features and tools that will enable them to report abusive activity faster, along with a new page that shows which Twitter accounts a user has blocked.

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