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9to5Mac Daily: February 21, 2020 - AirPods Pro Lite rumors, more 

9to5Mac Daily: February 21, 2020 - AirPods Pro Lite rumors, more 

17 hours ago   |   9to5Mac   |   2 articles

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app , Stitcher , TuneIn , Google Play , or through our...
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Sensei: An All-in-One Mac Maintenance Dashboard

Sensei: An All-in-One Mac Maintenance Dashboard

18 hours ago   |   Sweet Setup

Released in early December, Sensei is a perfect example of an app that can simplify your workflows by bringing together key aspects of multiple other utilities. It integrates...
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Latest BundleHunt app sale offers up to 44 top-rated titles from $0.50 each

Latest BundleHunt app sale offers up to 44 top-rated titles from $0.50 each

18 hours ago   |   9to5Mac   |   2 articles

BundleHunt has launched its first collection of apps on sale for 2020 with prices starting at just $0.50 per app. As you may recall, BundleHunt charges a $5 fee to unlock the...
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Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices

Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices

1 day ago   |   Ubergizmo   |   2 articles

On the mobile front, Microsoft hasn't done quite as well as the competition. Instead, the company has opted to try and take on the mobile industry through software, where they...
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Appstat is a new macOS menu bar tool that shows developers app sales, analytics, and more

Appstat is a new macOS menu bar tool that shows developers app sales, analytics, and more

1 day ago   |   9to5Mac   |   2 articles

Developer Frank Krueger has released a useful new macOS tool for fellow developers today. Dubbed Appstat , the app lives in your Mac's menu bar and shows you detailed data...
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9to5Mac Daily: February 20, 2020 - Third-party default apps on iOS, new betas

9to5Mac Daily: February 20, 2020 - Third-party default apps on iOS, new betas

1 day ago   |   9to5Mac   |   3 articles

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes and Apple's Podcasts app , Stitcher , TuneIn , Google Play , or through our...
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Microsoft set to bring its antivirus app to iOS and Android sometime this year

Microsoft set to bring its antivirus app to iOS and Android sometime this year

1 day ago   |   9to5Mac   |   4 articles

Microsoft launched a preview of its Defender antivirus software for Mac last spring and now the company is preparing to bring the app to iOS and Android something this year...
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Impressive discounts from SCDKey offering Windows 10 for $15 and Microsoft Office for just $33

2 days ago   |   Phandroid   |   2 articles

Most of the Phandroid staff are Windows 10 users, but even our resident macOS user spent some time with Windows on the Lenovo Yoga C940 recently and came away impressed with...
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MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 Beta 2 Adds Support for Real-Time Lyrics in Apple Music App

MacOS Catalina 10.15.4 Beta 2 Adds Support for Real-Time Lyrics in Apple Music App

2 days ago   |   Mac Rumors   |   2 articles

The second beta of macOS Catalina 10.15.4 was released today , and the new update introduces support for time-synced lyrics in the Apple Music app. ‌Apple Music‌ for Mac...
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A new Twitter for Mac update fixes an annoying notifications bug

A new Twitter for Mac update fixes an annoying notifications bug

2 days ago   |   iMore   |   2 articles

What you need to know Twitter for Mac has received an update. The new version fixes an issue that prevented notification badges from clearing. The update is available from the...
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Google cracks down on location-tracking Android apps

Google cracks down on location-tracking Android apps

Enlarge Alongside the launch of the Android 11 Developer Preview , Google announced a plan to crack down on Android apps that request the user's location in the background... Read more ...

Facebook offers to pay users for their voice recordings

Facebook offers to pay users for their voice recordings

Enlarge Facebook is offering to pay its users for personal information including recordings of their own voice, in a rare example of internet companies directly compensating... Read more ...

Apple Maps Look Around reaches to Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington

Apple Maps Look Around reaches to Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington

What you need to know Apple Maps continues to get better. Look Around is now available in more locations. The Street View-like feature lets users see 3D images of a... Read more ...

Google removes 600 apps from Google Play for disruptive ads

Google removes 600 apps from Google Play for disruptive ads

Annoying, disruptive ads - who doesn't hate them? , it even went as far as to remove nearly 600 apps from the Google Play Store for violating its disruptive ads policy... Read more ...

The Pixel 4 Personal Safety app can now be sideloaded on older Pixels

The Pixel 4 Personal Safety app can now be sideloaded on older Pixels

As part of the numerous deep dives into the Android 11 Developer Preview 1, there have been some notable tweaks, but not too many major changes. However, the new Personal... Read more ...

Google Stadia will come pre-installed in certain smartphones

Google Stadia will come pre-installed in certain smartphones

If you're an Android phone user you're used to a few Google apps coming pre-installed on the phones, like Gmail and Google Maps, and it looks like on certain handsets Google... Read more ...

Microsoft finally brings OneDrive for Android on par with iOS app

Microsoft finally brings OneDrive for Android on par with iOS app

We're not sure how many people have downloaded the iOS version of OneDrive, but we do know the app exceeds 1 billion downloads in the Google Play Store, an impressive milestone... Read more ...

Apple might finally let you set third-party browsers and email apps as...

Apple might finally let you set third-party browsers and email apps as defaults on iPhone and iPad

Apple's walled garden approach to its mobile operating system has served it well for the past decade and change, but one of those walls might be in danger of collapsing... Read more ...

Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices

Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices

On the mobile front, Microsoft hasn't done quite as well as the competition. Instead, the company has opted to try and take on the mobile industry through software, where they... Read more ...

Apple rolls out "massive" update to its Human Interface Guidelines for Siri

Apple rolls out "massive" update to its Human Interface Guidelines for Siri

Take Siri to the next level with Apple's new guidelines. What you need to know Apple has rolled out new Human Interface Guidelines for Siri. The content is aimed at helping... Read more ...