Gmail 3.0 for iOS brings support for Background app refresh

Gmail 3.0 for iOS brings support for Background app refresh

Google today updated the Gmail for iOS app to version 3.0 with a couple of new features, support for iOS 7’s Background App Refresh, and a single sign-in system.

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How to Add Custom Fonts to your iPhone or iPad without Jailbreaking

How to Add Custom Fonts to your iPhone or iPad without Jailbreaking

A new app called AnyFont has just hit the App Store, yes, I’m not joking, which allows you to add custom fonts on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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Realmac makes Clear, popular To-Do App free for 24 hours to make things right

Realmac makes Clear, popular To-Do App free for 24 hours to make things right

Realmac Software, developers of Clear, the popular touch friendly to-do list app have announced that the app will be free today.

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Fleksy’s Predictive Keyboard SDK available to all developers, expect your favorite apps to support it soon

Fleksy’s Predictive Keyboard SDK available to all developers, expect your favorite apps to support it soon

iOS doesn’t let you use alternate keyboards, but developers like Fleksy and SwiftKey are getting around this restriction by writing their own custom keyboards and bundling them as apps. Fleksy today opened up its powerful predictive keyboard SDK to all iOS developers, who can now freely include the keyboard in their own apps.

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Apple adds new mountaineering story to its ‘Your Verse’ website

Apple adds new mountaineering story to its ‘Your Verse’ website

The iPad is helping explorers Adrian Ballinger and Emily Harrington reach new heights as they climb some of the toughest terrain in the world with their Alpenglow Expeditions group. Their travels with an iPad are documented in the latest addition to Apple’s “Your Verse” advertising campaign.

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Apple fighting Flappy Bird clones, rejecting games with ‘Flappy’ in title

Apple fighting Flappy Bird clones, rejecting games with ‘Flappy’ in title

The popularity of iOS game Flappy Bird and the developer’s subsequent move to take the app down from the App Store has surprised a number of people. It has also led to the creation of dozens and dozens of Flappy Bird clones that are trying to cash in on the popularity of the original title.

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Office for the iPad exists and is coming soon

Office for the iPad exists and is coming soon

ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley has some insight into the future of Office for iPad. Unlike some, Foley believes Office is still actively under development and will debut in the coming months.

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BBM 2.0 for iOS brings BBM Voice, Channels, Dropbox support, Location Sharing and 100 new emoticons

BBM 2.0 for iOS brings BBM Voice, Channels, Dropbox support, Location Sharing and 100 new emoticons

BlackBerry has just released a major update for BlackBerry Messenger.

BBM 2.0 brings new features such as direct voice calling, BBM Channels, Dropbox support and additional emoticons.

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Google releases new Google Admin iOS app for managing Google Apps

Google releases new Google Admin iOS app for managing Google Apps

Google today released a new app called Google Admin for iPhone and iPad to let Google Apps admins manage their Google Apps accounts on-the-go.

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Flappy Bird Developer says he will remove game from App Store Today [Update: Removed]

Flappy Bird Developer says he will remove game from App Store Today [Update: Removed]

We’ve some bad news for Flappy Bird fans.

Dong Nguyen, the developer of Flappy Bird, the unexpected smash hit, that is breaking records for its atmospheric climb to the top of iOS App Store charts, has just announced that he’ll remove the game from the App Store.

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