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Reddit finally unleashes its official mobile app

Well over a year after snapping up Alien Blue, the most popular third-party Reddit client for mobile, Reddit has finally launched its official client app. Customers who download Reddit: The Official App in its first week will receive three free months of Reddit Gold, giving them an ad-free Reddit experience when using the mobile app, […]

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Apple might finally let you delete unwanted iOS apps

Get ready to say goodbye to that folder on your iPhone holding all the stock iOS apps you never use. Code found in iTunes suggests Apple finally plans to give iPhone and iPad users the tools to delete unwanted iOS apps that come pre-installed on devices like the Compass, Tips, Stocks, Voice Memos, and more. […]

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Barclays customers can finally use Apple Pay

Apple Pay has finally gone live for customers of Barclays, a.k.a. the last of the U.K. holdout banks which didn’t support Apple’s mobile payments service when it arrived in the United Kingdom last July. That now brings the total number of major U.K. banks and credit card issuers to offer Apple Pay to 16, including Barclays, […]

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Apple Watch gallery is finally useful

The official Apple Watch microsite has gained a new power this week: Now, you can check out every combination of faces, cases, and straps to get exactly the look you want. An eagle-eyed reader tipped us off to the new feature, which has only been live since yesterday. It replaces the more basic and tedious […]

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SmartDraw finally makes it to Mac (via the cloud)

This post is brought to you by SmartDraw Software. Plenty of jobs nowadays involve creating visual aids for clients, bosses and co-workers, from project flowcharts and building schematics to medical diagrams, you name it. But getting a BA typically doesn’t teach digital draftsmanship, which is why apps that make it easy to create compelling, clear graphics […]

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Apple Pay is finally coming to China

After more than a year of calling it “top of the listâ€Â in the company’s priorities, Apple today announced that it is partnering with China UnionPay to bring Apple Pay to China, the country Tim Cook has been outspoken about calling Apple’s biggest market of the future. As elsewhere, China UnionPay cardholders will be able to pay for goods using their iPhone, […]

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The sequel to the best iOS game of 2013 is finally here

Badland 2, the sequel to popular game that won Apple’s iPad Game of the Year award in 2013, is now available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. The new fantasy adventure game comes just in time for Christmas, sending you on a wild ride through a dark alien wasteland full of flamethrowers, buzzsaws, […]

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Facebook is finally fixing its ‘real name’ problem

After some controversies and embarrassing missteps, social-media giant Facebook is trying to introduce tools to let its users go by the names they most identify with. The tools it’s rolling out today will change up both how account owners can both report on and respond to real-name challenges. “We’re firmly committed to [our real-name] policy, […]

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Apple analyst thinks 2016 is the year iPhone sales finally crash

Apple’s iPhone business may have been stronger than ever in 2015, but — never fear — the Apple doom predictors are never far away. In this case, the doom report comes from Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty who predicts that iPhone sales will drop for the first time ever in 2016. In particular, she thinks iPhone sales […]

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BBC’s iPlayer app is finally available on Apple TV

BBC’s iPlayer app has landed on Apple TV in the U.K., joining the other streaming set top boxes — such as Roku, Google Chromecast and Amazon’s Fire TV — for which it was already available. The app includes a full catalog of programs from the past month, along with live-streaming of BBC TV stations, the ability to […]

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