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Screens VPN is half off for Black Friday!

One of our favorite virtual networking apps, Screens, is going half off just in time for Black Friday. It's normally $19.99, and is available now for $9.99. The Mac app, normally $29.99, is also half off and available for $14.99.

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Fantastical, Chatology get deep price cuts through the new year

There are sure to be tons of apps on sale as we approach black friday, but Flexibits is doing one better and slashing the prices of its apps through the new year. Starting today, you can pick up Fantastical for iPhone, iPad, and Mac for much cheaper than its normal going rate. Also in tow is a deep price cut for Flexibits' message searching app, Chatology.

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Screeny makes deleting iPhone screenshots easier than ever

Screeny is a new app that lets you easily delete screenshots from your photo library. It automatically detects screenshots, and lets you mark them for deletion with just a tap. Note that Screeny does require iOS 8.1 or later.

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac Black Friday deals

We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today. We'll be updating this post with new deals from Black Friday right through Cyber Monday.

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Dropbox's integration with Office is complete, you can now edit docs on the fly

The Dropbox team have announced a handy new feature inside their official apps for the iPhone and iPad. With Microsoft Office documents open for viewing, it's now possible to hit the edit button to launch the installed Office suite for a more feature-rich editing experience. Once all changes have been saved everything is automatically saved to the cloud, thanks to both parties working on support bridges between the two services.

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 25

We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.

We'll keep showing sales that are ongoing after double-checking that they're still active and the price is the same, as well as updating the list with anything new that we find. Of course, if you spot any great deals, don't be shy - drop a tip in the comments!

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Unread for iPad relaunches as free app by Castro developer Supertop

RSS reader Unread for iPad has relaunched under app developer Supertop, known for the Castro podcast player. Supertop purchased Unread from original developer Jared Sinclair earlier this year. Unread is now free to download, with in-app purchases to unlock features.

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Pushh for iPhone uses selfies to help track your fitness

Pushh is a new app for iPhone that lets you keep track of your fitness progress through selfies. You can track your progress, share before and after photos, and even create movies.

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Best Cyber Monday shopping apps for iPhone and iPad

If you want to avoid the chaos and commotion of Black Friday, you can finish all your holiday shopping on Cyber Monday, and right from the comfort of your iPhone and iPad . All you need are the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps for online shopping. From making lists, to price comparisons, to getting the deal, to tracking the package, they're your key to a successful Cyber Monday!

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Twitter's new search API closed to third-party apps

Remember that fancy new feature that allows you to search every tweet ever posted that Twitter announced last week? Well if you're one of the many users of third-party Twitter apps, prepare to be disappointed: Twitter's new search API won't be open to third-party clients, much to the frustration of developers.

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