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Slate by Adobe for iPad: web-based presentation creation with style

Slate by Adobe for iPad: web-based presentation creation with style

This week Adobe is showing off their newest iPad app: Slate. This app is an editor, made to show off photos, video, and written works for a wide variety of purposes. Adobe Voice, Adobe TypeKit, and Slate - all working together will be available to iPad users for free. Not just for Creative Suite users, but everyone, at no cost. Adobe Voice is available now - and has been for some time, while Slate will be available immediately if not very soon for iPad users.

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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes concept creation mobile

Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes concept creation mobile

Adobe has announced the launch of Adobe Comp CC for the iPad, allowing such users to put together concepts for projects using their tablet. Those concepts can be for the Web, for mobile, or for printed projects, and are made using various layout and design tools that allow for a relatively refined creation. The resulting project can then be further refined using other Adobe CC tools, such as Photoshop CC and InDesign CC, to produce a final product. Adobe previewed Comp CC back in October 2014 as "Project LayUp", and as of today it is available for free on the App Store.

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iPad PRO dummy: multiple port irony

iPad PRO dummy: multiple port irony

Could it be that, just weeks after releasing the 2015 "MacBook", Apple would release an iPad that brings MORE power to their tablet lineup? With the MacBook, the user gets fewer ports than with the MacBook Pro and fewer ports than the MacBook Air. With the iPad Pro, tipped this week for the umpteenth time over the last few months, we see more ports than in previous iPads. This version, it would seem, comes with two USB-C ports instead of one lightning port.

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Destroy your tablet with a Selfie Stick attachment

Destroy your tablet with a Selfie Stick attachment

If the normal Selfie Stick wasn't enough to get you pumped up about taking a picture of yourself near a crash site, the Tablet Attachment must be. This device attaches to a standard selfie stick monopod pole and gives you room to grip your tablet. You can hook on to an iPad and hold it aloft, taking a front-facing selfie photo from all sorts of different angles. Have we reached Peak Selfie Stick? Between this and that New York Post cover - yes, yes we have.

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Instagram: 1-year since Windows Phone update, still no iPad app

Instagram: 1-year since Windows Phone update, still no iPad app

While the gap may be filled by an abundance of iPad apps on the iTunes app store now, Instagram is still without a full-fledged tablet-sized iteration. It's also been a year and a day since the last time the official Instagram app was updated for Windows Phone devices. After the app garnered enough popularity for Microsoft to create their own bootleg Instagram app, the team behind Instagram were encouraged to make their own - one that they've not updated for a whopping 12 months.

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Pixelmator for iPad sees massive update; new tools, tons of fixes

Pixelmator for iPad sees massive update; new tools, tons of fixes

When Apple launched the iPad Air 2, they ushered the team at Pixelmator onto the stage to showcase their new iPad-only photo editing app. If you’ve not yet used Pixelmator on the iPad — it’s about as good as it gets for mobile photo editing (and image creation!). Forgoing the list of filters many others want to feed you, Pixelmator is a bit more ‘pro’ than most other iPad photo editing tools. Today, an update brings in much more functionality, and some new tools for users to check out.

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China carriers will carry LTE iPad Air 2, mini 3 for first time

China carriers will carry LTE iPad Air 2, mini 3 for first time

Today, China Unicom and China Telecom announce they will both carry new iPads. Both carriers will carry the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, and will sell to customers starting March 27. Both tablets will be available with LTE, marking the first time a carrier in China is offering connected iPads to consumers. The connected tablets will support the TD-LTE and FDD-LTE standards in China, and will also support DC-HSPA and HSPA+ in the same model.

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Paper by FiftyThree getting new ‘Think Kit’ features next month

Paper by FiftyThree getting new ‘Think Kit’ features next month

After making Paper (now technically known as ‘Paper by FiftyThree’ because of Facebook’s app by the same name) free to download, FiftyThree is giving us more reason to want the app. FiftyThree is announcing a new series of add-on tools for Paper they’ve named Think Kit, which are aimed at producing a more finished conceptual design faster. Though they’re a bit tight-lipped about what the tools may offer, you may be picking up your iPad to sketch ideas more often with Think Kit.

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theScore eSports aims for total coverage on iOS and Android

theScore eSports aims for total coverage on iOS and Android

The fastest growing sporting environment today is - unequivocally - video games. It's a segment called "eSports", and the folks at theScore are aiming to bring a one-stop-shop for following the biggest and the best games in the world to mobile devices. Recently launched on Android and launched on iOS just this week, "theScore eSports" is an app that's aiming to bring all eSports scores, data, and connections to live feeds to your fingertips. Have a peek at the app here and listen in as its creators speak on the future.

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iOS 8.2 released for iPhone and iPad

iOS 8.2 released for iPhone and iPad

This afternoon Apple released iOS 8.2 for iPhone and iPad, readying the masses for the Apple Watch. While the Apple Watch itself won't be out until the 10th of April, this software is prepared for your smartphone or tablet right this minute. The first thing - and perhaps most important thing beyond Apple Watch for this update is that Health App has been improved in several ways - adding the ability to select the unit of measurement for body temperature, weight, height, distance, and blood glucose, for one thing - improving stability when dealing with large amounts of data for another.

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