These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

Apple aired a new iPhone 5s TV ad last night called ‘Powerful.’

The ad tries to convey the message that “with the iPhone 5s, you’re more powerful than you think” by showcasing some of the things users can do with their iPhone such as creating music, playing games on a giant screen, tracking their health, taking photos and recording videos.

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Samsung Galaxy S5′s Heart rate monitor compared with a free iPhone app

Samsung Galaxy S5′s Heart rate monitor compared with a free iPhone app

One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy S5 is the built-in hardware heart rate monitor that it comes with. However, these features are already available on other devices, including the iPhones, courtesy of dedicated applications. A new video has now compared the heart rate sensor on the Samsung flagship with the apps that perform the same function on the iPhones to compare which fares better.

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Vine 2.0 for iOS brings private video messaging

Vine 2.0 for iOS brings private video messaging

Vine, Twitter’s video sharing service known for its six-second videos, has just been updated to version 2.0, with a bunch of new features, including the ability to send private Vines to your friends.

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Spotify for iOS updated with a revamped user interface, Your Music and improved Browse feature

Spotify for iOS updated with a revamped user interface, Your Music and improved Browse feature

Spotify has just released a major update for its iOS app.

Spotify v1.0.0 features an all-new user interface with a darker theme, refreshed topography and rounded iconography.

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Ultrakam app lets you shoot 2K videos on your iPhone 5s

Ultrakam app lets you shoot 2K videos on your iPhone 5s

The iPhone 5s comes with a pretty capable camera sensor. But unfortunately, it can only shoot videos in 1080p resolution. While that might be enough for a casual video, it’s simply not stretching the hardware to its limits. A new app called Ultrakam now allows users to shoot 2K videos from the camera of the device, without any extra hardware. Pretty cool, right?

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Office Mobile for iPhone is now free for Home use

Office Mobile for iPhone is now free for Home use

Microsoft released Office Mobile for iPhone last year, that let users access, view and edit Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint documents on the go. The app required an Office 365 subscription, but Microsoft has now made Office Mobile for iPhone free for home use.

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To-do app Clear for iOS will be updated with Reminders next month

To-do app Clear for iOS will be updated with Reminders next month

Clear for iOS, one of the most popular to-do apps by Realmac software will be getting the ability to add reminders in an update scheduled to land on the App Store sometime next month.

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Twitter app Twitterrific for iOS goes free permanently

Twitter app Twitterrific for iOS goes free permanently

Twitterrific, one of the most popular Twitter clients for iOS has gone free permanently, down from its earlier price of $2.99.

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‘Placed’ lets you launch apps using iBeacon Technology

‘Placed’ lets you launch apps using iBeacon Technology

When iBeacon was originally launched back with iOS 7 last year, most people didn’t know of its true potential. A new iPhone app however plans to utilize iBeacons to its full potential with the help of user determined functions.

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Apple showcases Indie Games in new section on the App Store

Apple showcases Indie Games in new section on the App Store

Games by independent videos have been widely successful, even in the midst of major developer houses. Prominent among these games is Flappy Bird, which caused quite a sensation for being one of the most addictive games, before eventually going off the radar. Apple is now highlighting such apps on the App Store by providing a dedicated ‘Indie Game Showcase’ which highlights games from independent developers.

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