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1 day ago

djay Pro for Mac takes your music mixing to the next level

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djay Pro for Mac takes your music mixing to the next level

djay, Algoriddim's award winning music mixing app, has just gone pro. djay Pro for Mac, to be exact. What that means is more power, more features, and the same incredible interface and ease of use you know and love.

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1 day ago

How to use Passbook: The ultimate guide

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How to use Passbook: The ultimate guide

Passbook is Apple's digital wallet. It collects all your tickets, boarding passes, and coupons, all in one place. With Apple Pay in the U.S., Passbook will even store your credit and debit cards. Location aware, Passbook can conveniently present appropriate cards for you right on the lock screen whenever you get close to your coffee shop or airport. Always connected, Passbook can even update your balance or gate number in real time so you always know how much you have or where you need to be. Best of all, Passbook is really easy to use!

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1 day ago

Procreate Pocket now available for on-the-go doodlers

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Procreate Pocket now available for on-the-go doodlers

The excellent iPad drawing app Procreate has been reimagined for iPhone. Procreate Pocket continues to offer an array of brushes, layers, adjustments for hue, saturation, and brightness, and continuous auto-save, so you never have to worry about losing your masterpiece. At the same time, the devs have updated their iPad app with iCloud Drive, AirDrop, and AirPrint support, along with Palm Support, which allows you to use touch gestures while resting your hand on the screen.

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1 day ago

The console and PC RPG Lords of the Fallen is coming to the iPhone and iPad in 2015

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The console and PC RPG Lords of the Fallen is coming to the iPhone and iPad in 2015

Lords of the Fallen, the acclaimed fantasy role playing game that was released for current generation consoles and the PC earlier this fall, will be making its way to mobile devices, including the iPhone and iPad sometime in 2015

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Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai joins the battle on OS X

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Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai joins the battle on OS X

Total War: Shogun 2 - Fall of the Samurai is now available for Mac, introducing the acclaimed standalone expansion pack by developer The Creative Assembly and published by Sega. Joining the base version of this expansion pack will be a Collection Edition, which includes four faction packs. Total War: Shogun 2 was released on Mac back in July.

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1 day ago

Amazon launches Prime Now to deliver essential goods to your doorstep within the hour

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Amazon launches Prime Now to deliver essential goods to your doorstep within the hour

Amazon is rolling out a new service called Prime Now through which the retailer will offer one-hour deliveries of essential goods when ordered via the dedicated Prime Now app. The service is exclusively available to current Prime subscribers, and is live in Manhattan, with more cities to follow in 2015.

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UK operators will invest £5 billion in infrastructure to solve network 'not-spots'

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UK operators will invest £5 billion in infrastructure to solve network 'not-spots'

The UK government has managed to reach an agreement with local operators to work on the issue of nationwide 'not-spots': areas restricting access to basic mobile functions due to weak signal coverage. EE, O2, Three and Vodafone will invest a guaranteed £5 billion to improve mobile infrastructure by 2017 with the aim to provide 90 per cent of the UK with both voice and text coverage.

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1 day ago

iMore show 434: Award winning

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iMore show 434: Award winning

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Earlier this week we released our iMore best of 2014 awards and now we're getting together to read them out loud and offer some expanded thoughts and commentary. From iPhone 6 Plus to Apply Pay, Pixelmator to Monument Valley, Apple Leather Case to all the rest, join Rene Ritchie, Serenity Caldwell, Ally Kazmucha, and special guest Georgia Dow for a dramatic reading of all the winners and runners up!

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2 days ago

New tax changes could affect App Store pricing for E.U. shoppers

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New tax changes could affect App Store pricing for E.U. shoppers

Apple has sent out an email to iTunes Connect developers announcing a change in how taxes are calculated for App Store purchases in the European Union. Starting January 1, 2015, Apple will charge customers the value-added tax, or VAT, rate based on the country in which they reside rather than calculating a flat VAT rate for all countries in the European Union.

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2 days ago

Apple raises $20 million for AIDS research with Product Red initiative

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Apple raises $20 million for AIDS research with Product Red initiative

It looks like Apple's Product Red initiative turned out to be a major success. In total, the tech juggernaut reportedly raised more than $20 million for AIDS research through donations from portions of Black Friday and Cyber Monday proceeds, as well as partnerships with (RED)-branded apps.

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2 days ago

App Store and the need for sloppier search

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App Store and the need for sloppier search

The App Store was introduced in 2008 and, as of this year, there are well over one million apps for iPhone and iPad. While Apple has scaled their ability to serve those apps to hundreds of millions of customers, search is still a frequent cause for complaint.

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2 days ago

Apple Pay job posting hints at broad global expansion

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Apple Pay job posting hints at broad global expansion

A London job posting for an Apple Pay intern hints at Apple's plans to expand its digital wallet service beyond the U.S. where it launched. According to the posting for an intern based in London, Apple is looking to expand its payment services to Europe, Middle East, India, and Africa.

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2 days ago

Echoes for iOS turns your iPhone into an intercom

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Echoes for iOS turns your iPhone into an intercom

Echoes has finally made its way over to iOS from the Mac to turn your existing Macs and iOS devices into a home intercom network. With Echoes, you can send quick voice messages to other Mac and iOS users on your local network without having to setup the app or dial a connection.

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2 days ago

Waze updated with widget support, ability to report ice and floods on the road

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Waze updated with widget support, ability to report ice and floods on the road

Waze has been updated for iOS 8, bringing widget support for the Notification Center. Additionally, the updated version also features a new layout, allowing you to easily share your drive and follow your ETA. Additionally, with the winter season ahead, Waze drivers will also be able to report floods and ice on the road.

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2 days ago

Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

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Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Apple may have scored a major victory in its recent iTunes antitrust case this week, but the wins keep on coming. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers said on Wednesday that Steve Jobs' deposition, videotaped shortly before his death in 2011, will not be made public.

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