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Nintendo Switch Pro Controller: Worth the extra $70?

The Pro Controller promises a more traditional gaming experience over the Joy-Cons, but is it worth it? Before I started the long, cold, and boring wait in a line outside my local mall on a Thursday night awaiting the midnight release of the Nintendo Switch, I had already decided to buy the Nintendo Switch Pro
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iTranslate's new 'Pro' option lets you take your translations offline

With its latest update, popular translation app iTranslate is going pro. The app now includes an optional purchase for iTranslate Pro, which features offline translations, voice-to-voice conversations, and even an action extension for translations inside Safari and other apps. Here’s what people can expect with iTranslate 10: Pro Features: Offline translation mode. Voice-to-Voice conversations. Website
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Microsoft's News Pro app adds Rowe, your personal news bot

Microsoft has launched a major 2.0 update for the News Pro iPhone app. It adds a Groups feature along with a personal news bot, Rowe. Microsoft says: Other than searching and tracking news, the bot can also chat about news all day long. Upload your picture to the bot and it’ll find news subjects that
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How to pair the Apple Pencil to the iPad Pro

Get started with Apple Pencil Get started with Apple PencilHow to pair your Apple Pencil with your iPad ProHow to check the battery level on your Apple PencilHow to charge your Apple Pencil with your iPad ProHow to draw and write with your Apple Pencil like a proBest drawing apps for Apple Pencil and iPadiPad
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Scanner Pro adds text recognition, distortion correction, and more

Scanner Pro, one of our favorite document scanning apps for iPhone, has hit version 7.0, adding several new features. These include OCR, or optical character recognition, which allows Scanner Pro to recognize text in a picture. The app can now also correct distortions, such as those found when making a scan of a book or
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Google Docs and Sheets add limited iPad Pro support, still no multitasking

Google has issued a couple of updates for its Docs and Sheets apps for iPhone and iPad, adding support for the iPad Pro. Both apps also gain a number of bug fixes and performance improvements, while Docs gets a word counter. Unfortunately, while both apps are now compatible with the higher resolution of the iPad
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Hours 2.0 brings 3D Touch and web support, teams and more

Hours, the time tracking app that helps you see what you did that day, has received a big update bumping it to version 2.0. This update brings 3D Touch support to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, support for the web and mobile web, Hours Pro and much more. These additions make using the app
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Google Photos picks up support for Live Photos and the iPad Pro

Google Photos for iPhone and iPad has been updated, adding support for Live Photos and the iPad Pro. The update also supports Slide Over and Split View multitasking on iPads running iOS 9. You’ll find the following in Google Photos 1.8: Improved app navigation, so you can spend less time flipping hamburger menus Back up
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Spark email app picks up iPad support and account syncing

Spark, the email app from Readdle, has been updated to version 1.6, adding support for the iPad, including the iPad Pro. The app has also added support for watchOS 2, and spruced up some of the parts of the user interface. To go along with iPad support, Spark will also now sync your email accounts
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