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This is Adobe's mobile retouching app that will replace Photoshop Touch

This is Adobe's mobile retouching app that will replace Photoshop Touch

By 16 hours ago

Adobe plans to remove Photoshop Touch from app stores, but it's already hard at work on something new that will be able to retouch your photos while on the go. Adobe's $10 photo editor for iPad and Android tablets, which can still be found on the iOS... >>

Last chance to save 67 per cent on 2 years of private, secure online browsing with NordVPN - deal ends Friday

Last chance to save 67 per cent on 2 years of private, secure online browsing with NordVPN - deal ends Friday

By 21 May 2015

If you're not already using a VPN service when browsing on a public WiFi network, you're leaving your online activity open to being monitored and recorded—even if you're using a "private" browser. VPNs make browsing safe, protecting you from hackers... >>

Next generation Spotify will use your phone's sensors to match songs to your running pace

Next generation Spotify will use your phone's sensors to match songs to your running pace

By 20 May 2015

Spotify has revealed that it is to use the accelerometer in your phone to choose the pace of your music streaming to match your running. The new version of the Spotify app, which is being rolled out for iPhone now, will find tracks that have the same... >>

Spotify adds video to be your all-in-one news feed and radio player on the way to work

Spotify adds video to be your all-in-one news feed and radio player on the way to work

By 20 May 2015

Spotify has announced it is changing its smartphone and tablet app platform completely to add video and automated playlist selection that's curated just for you. However, the radio functionality won't just look at your music tastes, it will play songs... >>

Instagram tips and tricks: How to master the app and post amazing pics

Instagram tips and tricks: How to master the app and post amazing pics

By 20 May 2015

Although Instagram has been around for years and is hugely popular, not everyone is completely familiar with the free photo app and how it can quickly transform your mediocre selfies into stunning glamour shots. Okay, that might be a bit of an exaggeration,... >>

Google app for iOS and Android now serves up tweets in search results

Google app for iOS and Android now serves up tweets in search results

By 19 May 2015

After a long period of rumours, Google and Twitter have confirmed they signed a deal that'll allow tweets to show up in the search giant's results on mobile devices. Google and Twitter had a similar deal that ended in 2011 when Google first kicked off... >>

Microsoft Office for Android phone preview now out: Here's how to get it

Microsoft Office for Android phone preview now out: Here's how to get it

By 19 May 2015

Roughly five months after launching the touch-optimised Office suite for Android tablets, Microsoft has just announced it's also launching preview versions of the Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for Android phones. "The Office for Android phone apps... >>

3 cheaper (and free) alternatives to Adobe Photoshop

3 cheaper (and free) alternatives to Adobe Photoshop

By 18 May 2015

Adobe Photoshop is a cool app, but for £100 a year, we can't help but wonder if there are cheaper alternatives available. We love the ability to work with multiple layers, add cool filters and effects, brush out icky flaws, adjust levels, and all the... >>

Facebook Messenger might soon let you challenge friends to a game

Facebook Messenger might soon let you challenge friends to a game

By 18 May 2015

It looks like you'll soon be able to open Facebook Messenger to, well, game. Two months ago, Facebook launched the Messenger platform. It can be used to create and share content as well as enhance conversations - all without leaving the Messenger app... >>

Save 74 per cent on a lifetime of premium online privacy protection from Blur - just $50/£32

Save 74 per cent on a lifetime of premium online privacy protection from Blur - just $50/£32

By 18 May 2015

Keeping your credit card information, email address, and phone number safe from hackers has never been easier. Get a lifetime subscription to Blur for $49.99 (£32), a savings of 74 per cent. An all-in-one solution for online privacy, Blur ensures that... >>