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What to do about Aperture: Weighing the options

With Aperture on the way out, what should you do with your digital photography workflow?

Last week Apple announced plans to nix both iPhoto and Aperture in favor of a new application called Photos, which we saw briefly on stage at WWDC in June. That announcement has created a lot of uncertainty for Aperture users, who wonder what they should do about their digital photography workflow. Let's look at the options.

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New and updated apps: Fantastical 2, Vine, Candy Crush Saga

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got a price drop on the excellent Fantastical 2 for iPad, new cars in GT Racing 2, a new RSS reader and more!

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Hitman Go Airport content patch lands on iPhone and iPad with new puzzles to solve

Square Enix has today announced a content update for Hitman Go has been released on the app store, adding more levels and functionality to the highly-rated puzzle game. The update itself contains an array of gameplay mechanics, including moving walkways, civilian mode and skipping turns, not to mention new enemies and 15 extra levels.

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Latest Vine update lets you see how many times videos have looped

Have you ever wanted to see just how many times that funny body popping video has been viewed (or looped/repeated) on Vine? Now you can with the latest changes made to the popular service. Vine has rolled out updates to its Android, iOS apps as well as its web platform to introduce loop counters on published videos. Now it's possible to see counters while browsing through the app to determine what's popular using views as opposed to how many times that specific item has been shared.

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Facebook rolling out 'missed call' ads to boost revenue from India

Looking to increase revenue from emerging markets like India, Facebook has announced that it rolling out a new "missed call" ad service that allows users to easily access information from brands and advertisers without incurring data or voice charges.

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Microsoft wants you to beta test upcoming Office products and services

Ever wanted to test out new features before they launch? If so, today's your lucky day as Microsoft is currently looking for beta testers for the Office family of programs and services.

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iMovie for Mac updated to 10.0.4, brings stability improvements and bug fixes

If you use iMovie on your Mac, you have a small update waiting for you in the Mac App Store. Today's update is small in stature but provides something every user wants — bug fixes and stability improvements. In fact, that's all it addresses according to the official changelog in the App Store.

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Tweetbot for Mac updated for multi-image upload, more

Mac Twitter client Tweetbot has been updated to allow multiple images to be uploaded and shared at the same time. Along with the notable feature change, there are also other improvements and bug fixes as well. The app is now in version 1.6 and the latest update brings the OS X app more closely aligned in terms of features with the iOS version.

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New and updated apps: Hay Day, Eurrency, BeamIt

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got loads of new and updated games, a cool currency converter, new private messaging app that emphasizes photo sharing and more!

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Best todo apps for Mac: Omnifocus, Things, 2Do, and more!

The best todo apps for Mac from creating shopping lists to managing projects, to just plain getting stuff done

Looking for the best Mac apps to help you stay organized and on task? We spend a good majority of our lives checking off todo lists. Whether that's buying groceries or finishing assignments or scheduling projects, keeping everything straight and getting things done in the most time effective way possible can sometimes be a task in and of itself. If you're a Mac user, there are lots of apps available that can help you organize the chaos. Most even have iOS counterparts to keep you productive on the go too. Todo apps can come with a high price tag, however, so it can be hard to decide on which one to go with. Which todo apps for Mac really are the best?

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