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Strava Run updates to use the M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s

Exercise apps are set to go to a new level with Apple's new M7 motion coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, and Strava Run is one of the first out of the gate to do so. The latest update to the app brings not only a swish looking new iOS 7 design, but also support for the M7 that promises better accuracy and better battery consumption on your runs:

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Sony PS4 companion app shown off in new images

As we get ever closer to the launch of the Sony PS4, we're seeing more of the Android and iOS companion application that will be released along side it. After a run through at the recent Tokyo Games Show, some new images posted by the Sony PlayStation Community manager gives us a closer look at it.

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PDFPen Scan + takes scanning and OCR mobile via iPhone/iPad camera

Smile Software has announced the release of PDFPen Scan +, a new iOS app that enables you to use the camera on your iOS device to scan documents, and read them in using Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

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Velocity wants to help you improve your reading speed

Velocity is an app that wants to teach you to read faster. It's fairly simple to use. Velocity gathers material from the web, along with Instapaper and Pocket, and feeds you text one word at a time by default.

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Pod Wrangler makes finding and listening to podcasts easy

Pod Wrangler is a new podcast app from David Smith, the creator of Feed Wrangler. Designed for iOS 7, Pod Wrangler allows you to easily search for, subscribe, and listen to podcasts.

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Games Workshop classic Chainsaw Warrior now available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Classic Games Workshop board game, Chainsaw Warrior, has been re-imagined for mobile and is now available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. First announced earlier this year, the 1987 classic single-player board game can now be enjoyed by both nostalgia driven gamers and a new generation alike.

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Adobe launches Photoshop and Premiere Elements 12, available for Mac and Windows

Adobe has today launched the latest version of Photoshop and Premiere Elements, available for Mac and Windows from today. One of the big new features in this years release is cloud integration with Adobe Revel, for organizing, sharing and editing your photos and videos.

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djay 2 and vjay update for 64-bit Apple A7 chip, bring desktop class mixing to iPhone 5s

djay 2 and vjay, the epic music and video mixing apps by Algoriddim, have been updated to support the new 64-bit Apple A7 processor in the iPhone 5s. What does that mean for those of us less interested in silicone architecture and more interested in making great music and videos? According to Karim Morsy and Michael Simmons, it means features that simply weren't possible on mobile before. Here are the stats they shared:

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BBM for iPhone not coming back this week

BBM's much anticipated launch on Android and iOS very publicly didn't go according to plan this past weekend, resulting in the release being halted. While some iPhone owners in locations such as New Zealand and across Asia managed to snag a copy before it was pulled, for the rest of us, we're not likely to see it return to the App Store this week. At least, not according to Andrew Bocking, the man in charge of BBM at BlackBerry:

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Mailbox, Snapchat, or other apps logging you out repeatedly? Suspected bug in iOS 7 background refresh could be to blame!

Like much the internet, we're getting flooded with messages from people who're finding themselves repeatedly logged out of Mailbox, Snapchat (we don't judge!), and other apps following the iOS 7 update. Not only can that be tedious, but in some cases the apps demand the entire setup process be repeated, which can be a showstopper. A bug in Apple's new background update API could be the culprit, according to Ellis Hamberger at The Verge:

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