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Tuesday, Nov 06, 2012 6:24pm
Briefly: Opera, Adobe Reader, Fandango updates
Opera announced an update today that brings new feature enhancements for both Windows and Mac users. The update to Opera 12.10 brings compatibility with the Retina displays seen on newer Mac notebooks, as well as basic touch support for Windows 8 devices. It also, brings WebSocket API support and built-in support for the SPDY protocol to improve and secure connections. The new version is available as a free download at Opera's site.

Adobe Reader app updated

Adobe updated its iOS Adobe Reader app to version 10.4 today. The update brings the ability to store and access documents in the cloud at Acrobat.com, as well as the ability to use Adobe FormsCentral to fill out and submit online documents. It also adds calculations using Form Field Hierarchies, the ability to select and mark up vertical and Asian text, the option to print comments and forms via AirPrint, and compatibility with both iOS 6 and the iPhone 5. The app is available for free at Apple's iTunes App Store.

Fandango app gets update

Movie ticketing app Fandango saw an update today, bringing it to version 5.2. The update brings Passbook integration for iOS 6 users, as well as the ability to save a theater reward card number to one location. It also contains a number of general bug and usability fixes and enhancements. The app is available for free in Apple's iTunes App Store.