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Full Photoshop for iPad tipped for 2019

Full Photoshop for iPad tipped for 2019

Adobe, it seems, is gearing up to release the full version of Photoshop on iPad - something that could be official in just a couple of months. Bringing Photoshop to iPad is part of a strategy shift for the company and its Creative Cloud suite of apps, as it wants to make these apps cross-platform in the hopes of making subscriptions more attractive to end users. Not only that, but Adobe wants to pull in more casual Photoshop users in addition to giving the professionals that already use its apps some oft-requested functionality.

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Microsoft takes the fight to Slack with a free version of Teams

Microsoft takes the fight to Slack with a free version of Teams

Microsoft Teams has been gunning for a slice of Slack's user base ever since it was first announced, and today, Microsoft is looking to ramp up competition. The company has launched a free version of Microsoft Teams that allows businesses and professionals to use it without an Office 365 account. When it comes to pulling market share away from your competitor, offering your product for free is a good way to do it.

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Gboard adds Morse code keyboard on iOS, offers training game

Gboard adds Morse code keyboard on iOS, offers training game

Google has brought Morse code to its Gboard for iOS mobile keyboard, enabling iPhone users to access a vital communication tool. Google previously introduced the support on Gboard for Android, doing so in partnership with Tania Finlayson, developer and Morse code expert. The Android version of the tool supports external witches to help users with limited mobility.

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5TIP: Your phone has features you’re not using (x5)

5TIP: Your phone has features you’re not using (x5)

Your phone can do things you didn't know it was capable of. With the VAST number of features and potential of the computers we all carry with us every day, I can be SURE there are features of which most readers do not take advantage. The following is one of a series of lists of features your phone has that you're not likely rolling with right this minute.

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Facebook Messenger could soon shine a light on unknown contacts

Facebook Messenger could soon shine a light on unknown contacts

Misinformation seems to be everywhere these days, and Facebook is a hotbed for it. Not only does Facebook act as a platform for fake news to spread quickly and widely, but there's plenty of other opportunities for deception as well, particularly within Messenger. Facebook could be looking to curb that with a new feature it's rolling into testing today.

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Instagram Questions Sticker: Download the update

Instagram Questions Sticker: Download the update

This week the folks at Instagram released a new feature for their social media platform - for you iPhone users, and Android, and everyone in-between. This new feature allows users to ask questions of their followers with a sticker. A sticker is a piece of media that's placed OVER a photo or video, and a "question" is somewhat more of a poll sort of thing, if you catch my drift. The update is out this morning.

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Netflix adds smart download management for offline content

Netflix adds smart download management for offline content

Netflix has revealed smarter downloads on Android, an update to its offline downloads feature that enables the app to manage content on its own. The old offline download experience isn't going anywhere, but rather Netflix is adding a second downloading option -- smart downloads -- that ensure the user's favorite content is always available offline without using up excess phone or tablet storage.

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Sunny in Philadelphia mobile game revealed with Charlie-esque note

Sunny in Philadelphia mobile game revealed with Charlie-esque note

The game "Always Sunny: The Gang Goes Mobile" is real, and it's happening imminently. This game isn't going to be like the mobile game the gang plays in the episode "Charlie Rules the World", but it'll still be radical. According to the first text release about this game, it'll have users "team up with The Gang: Mac, Dennis, Charlie, Dee and Frank, in their favorite gags, storylines, and iconic moments from the series, indulging in new and ridiculous money-making schemes to tap and unlock their way to more schemes and collect fan-favorite characters."

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Is my phone recording me? Watching me?

Is my phone recording me? Watching me?

A study was published this week that surveyed the potential for unwanted multimedia recordings in phones by Android apps. Having worked with 17,260 apps in all, this study group's results might at first seem exceedingly thorough. In reality, though, given the number of apps the average person uses regularly (very few, that is), the results of this research show something disturbing, but not particularly common.

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MoviePass peak pricing launches: Here’s the bad news

MoviePass peak pricing launches: Here’s the bad news

It was just a few weeks ago that MoviePass announced a new "peak pricing" fee. It seems that the company wants to get the ball rolling on that extra fee, as it's launching starting today. With peak pricing in effect, subscribers will pay more to see big movies at popular times, such as Friday evenings or on opening weekends.

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As App Store turns 10, Apple drops heavy hints of AR future

As App Store turns 10, Apple drops heavy hints of AR future

It may be hard to imagine a world without smartphone apps, but Apple's App Store only celebrates its tenth birthday later this month. The download store first opened its digital doors on July 10, 2008, with a mere 500 titles on its virtual shelves.

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July Xbox Update 2018: Release and Details

July Xbox Update 2018: Release and Details

Today we're having a peek at the insides of the July Xbox Update, and what it means to partake in its greatness. This includes such features as FastStart for games (SOME games, not all), Games and Apps grouping, Search Option feature additions, Mixer Share Controller improvements, and console broadcasting and stability improvements. These updates are coming out this afternoon to all users as early as this afternoon.

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