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Facebook has confirmed their much-rumored video streaming app for the fourth-generation Apple TV will be available “soon.”
20th Century Fox on Monday announced they were bringing their “Movie of the Day” promotional video app to the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Amazon has launched Chime, a new VoIP call, video messaging, and sharing platform, aimed at business users and compatible across multiple platforms.
Popular bookmarking service Instapaper has announced full access to all saved articles has been restored, following an outage last week.
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The good news is theInstapaper service is up and running again. The bad news is you’ll only have access to the last six weeks of your saved articles.
Platform runner Chameleon Run is the App Store Free App of the week. It will normally cost you 2 simoleons to partake of the game’s rich platformy goodness, so grab it while it’s free.
Popular messaging app WhatsApp has added an optional two-step verification security layer for all users of the service.
The Apple Pro Apps Bundle for Education is now available to a number of other countries around the world.
With Airy YouTube Video Downloader you can watch your favorite YouTube videos on your Mac without the need for an Internet connection.
Unboxed allows iOS users to quickly scan a shoebox’s barcode to enter important information about that pair of shoes to keep track of a footwear collection.
The Epix entertainment channel on Wednesday launched their app for the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Microsoft has added the support for the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar to Office, and members of their “Office Insider” early beta team can try it out.
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A security flaw could be leaving your favorite iOS apps open to attacks by the bad guys, says a post by the Sudo Security Group.