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Google Play Points rewards program launches in the US

Google Play Points rewards program launches in the US

Google is rolling out its Play Points reward program in the United States, the company has announced. The program has already been available in South Korea and Japan over the past year where it has millions of people who are participating. The program is free to join, offering points that can be used for discounts, special items, and more.

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Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

Photoshop for iPad needs a Creative Cloud subscription: Details

In case you missed the news, the iPad version of Photoshop is launching today. That means the app is exiting the closed beta period it's been in for the last six months and is now available for everyone to download. Before you dive in, however, there are some things to keep in mind - namely that Photoshop on iPad requires a subscription to Creative Cloud to use it.

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Adobe Aero kicks off an augmented reality push on iOS

Adobe Aero kicks off an augmented reality push on iOS

Adobe MAX 2019 has brought us a lot of new product announcements, but one of the most surprising is undoubtedly Adobe Aero. With an increasing number of companies looking toward augmented reality, Adobe has decided to make a push of its own. Aero will be the way it does that, offering artists and designers AR tools that, like most of the products Adobe offers these days, are integrated with Creative Cloud.

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Adobe Illustrator confirmed for iPad, following in Photoshop’s footsteps

Adobe Illustrator confirmed for iPad, following in Photoshop’s footsteps

Just a couple of weeks ago, a rumor claiming that Adobe was plotting to bring Illustrator to iPad began making the rounds. At the time, that rumor said we’d see the reveal of Illustrator for iPad at Adobe MAX 2019. As it turns out, those claims were accurate, because today Adobe officially pulled back the veil on Illustrator for iPad.

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Adobe Fresco heads to some Windows devices after debuting on iPad

Adobe Fresco heads to some Windows devices after debuting on iPad

Earlier this year, Adobe introduced a new app for Creative Cloud called Fresco. Pitched as a drawing and painting app, Fresco was first revealed as an iPad exclusive app back in June. It didn’t take long for Adobe to bring the app to other platforms, revealing at MAX 2019 today that it’s launching the app on Windows.

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Photoshop for iPad rolls out to everyone as Adobe launches cloud documents

Photoshop for iPad rolls out to everyone as Adobe launches cloud documents

After months of testing, Adobe is finally ready to send Photoshop for iPad live for all users. At its annual MAX conference today, the company announced version 1.0 of the app, officially releasing it on the App Store. It’s been a pretty long road to get to this point - the iPad version of Photoshop was first revealed in October 2018 and went into testing back in May 2019. It’s been in testing for the last half-year, so Adobe certainly put the app through its paces before launching it.

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Google Maps is making it easier to find major landmarks on mobile

Google Maps is making it easier to find major landmarks on mobile

Google Maps is making it easier for users to find landmarks in the cities they're visiting via the addition of small bubbles featuring structure icons. The new landmark bubbles can be found for major destinations in cities around the world, such as for the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Users are seeing the new icons on both iOS and Android versions of the Google Maps app.

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Dropbox adds new Extensions for WhatsApp, Outlook, Canva, and DocSend

Dropbox adds new Extensions for WhatsApp, Outlook, Canva, and DocSend

Cloud storage provider Dropbox has announced the improvement and addition of another 12 Extensions for popular services, enabling its users to directly access those services within the Dropbox platform. The new Extensions join ones launched by the company last year, including apps for Gmail, Adobe, and similar popular services.

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Google Maps Incognito Mode is finally rolling out now on Android

Google Maps Incognito Mode is finally rolling out now on Android

Google Maps has become an almost indispensable tool in navigating the world and it has become the go-to solution when trying to locating unfamiliar places. More often than not, however, people probably don't like it if it happens the other way around, with Maps and, therefore, Google, being able to locate and track your activities. Just like in web browsers, Google promised at I/O 2019 back in May that it will be providing an Incognito Mode for Google Maps. Five months later, it's finally happening, at least for Android users.

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Moovit public transit app taps Waze to add carpool trip option

Moovit public transit app taps Waze to add carpool trip option

Public transportation app Moovit has announced a new pilot program that integrates the Waze Carpool service with its own mobile app. Moovit is designed to generate routes involving public transportation options; Waze, of course, is a navigation app that helps drivers get where they're going with alerts about related things like law enforcement checkpoints and accidents.

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WhatsApp adds fingerprint lock security feature on Android

WhatsApp adds fingerprint lock security feature on Android

WhatsApp has announced a new layer of security for Android users: the ability to lock the app with a fingerprint. The new feature joins the previously released support for Face ID and Touch ID on the iPhone. Similar locking features are found on a number of competing apps, including popular encrypted messaging app Signal.

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SHIELD TV Remote button for Netflix isn’t just for Netflix anymore

SHIELD TV Remote button for Netflix isn’t just for Netflix anymore

NVIDIA shook things up a bit when it launched its new SHIELD TV products. The Pro model, while looking exactly the same, got a much-needed spec bump while the non-Pro version sported a new and curious tubular design. Both, however, shared one thing in common beyond the Tegra X1 chip. Both had a redesigned and more powerful remote control that may have just gotten more useful thanks to a third-party button remapping app.

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