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Forums: El Capitan, iOS9 and more

10/02, 11:42am

El Capitan, iOS9 and more

Now that El Capitan is available for the general public to install, MacNN forum-goers have been quick to begin discussing the changes in this most recent update. Along with the release of El Capitan, members continue to talk about the changes to iOS 9.


Box debuts new iOS app, Cook has 'fireside chat' at BoxWorks

09/29, 3:14pm

Cloud storage company announces alternative camera app for secure shoots

Enterprise-focused cloud storage company Box kicked off its BoxWorks 2015 conference with a pre-keynote chat with Apple CEO Tim Cook before announcing a new, iOS-only app called Box Capture that works as a substitute for Apple's own Camera app by automatically sending snapped images securely to private Box storage for team members, who can comment on the images directly. Cook focused his "fireside chat" with Box CEO Aaron Levie mostly on enterprise topics.


Apple updates privacy page, reiterates strong privacy stance

09/29, 12:05pm

Updates policies on News, ad-supported services, iOS 9, OS X services

On Tuesday, Apple updated its Privacy Policy section to reiterate its strong stance on personal privacy, simplify the language it uses to communicate those policies, and updates a few areas to reflect new services either already in place (such as the ad-supported News app) or about to be put in place (services offered in OS X 10.11 or iOS 9 and related offshoots). The updates reiterate the security behind Apple Pay, and reveal new statistics on government requests for personal data.


Opinion: iPhone 6s A9 SoC can run full OS X -- but do we want it to?

09/24, 8:49am

Apple A9 SoC as fast as Intel Core M, opens up possibility of OS X on iPhone

Early benchmarks show that the third-generation, 64-bit ARM-based Apple A9 SoC powering the new iPhone 6s offers performance in line with the x86-based Intel Core M processor used in the 12-inch Retina MacBook. This is not surprising, as the second-gen 64-bit Apple A8X that was the heart of the iPad 2 was not far behind in our GeekBench 3 cross-platform benchmark testing as part of our 12-inch Retina MacBook review from earlier this year. What this means is that the iPhone 6s is capable of running Apple's full OS X, which powers its Macs -- but just because it can, should Apple release mobile devices powered by OS X?


Apple releases iOS 9.0.1 for public, new iOS betas for devs

09/23, 1:41pm

Second betas for iOS 9.1, tvOS, Xcode 7.1 issued to developer accounts

One week after it unveiled the public release of iOS 9, Apple on Wednesday issued version 9.0.1, which addresses a few security and bugfix issues. The update fixes issues where alarms and timers might not play and where some users could not complete the setup assistant after updating, among other issues. In addition, the company issued new second developer betas of iOS 9.1, tvOS, and Xcode 7.1 for testing.


Forums: smoking iMacs, iPhone folder questions and more

09/22, 6:52pm

smoking iMacs, iPhone folder questions and more

Today in the MacNN forums, Posting Junkie "Luminar" posted a rather alarming story about smoke suddenly pouring out of his iMac -- with plenty of pictures included -- and wondered what the odds are that it was his new hard drive. Mac Elite "jeff k" has a question about a new folder called "selfies" in the latest version of iOS, which turns out to be part of Photos.


The MacNN Podcast, episode 33: 'Reviews by Gwar'

09/21, 3:31pm

The arrival of iOS 9, and the pointlessness of user app reviews

This week, the MacNN Podcast takes a good look at some of the burning issues of the past week, including of course the release of iOS 9. We talk both about the entire downloading experience -- one of the smoothest we've seen in a long while -- and our first impressions on some of the new features and optimization of the release. We also talk about two of Apple's biggest court cases, the Move to iOS app on Google Play, and how useless most app store reviews are.


Apple releases watchOS 2 after bugfix delay

09/21, 1:12pm

Upgrade must be installed through companion app on iPhone

On Monday, Apple released the slightly-delayed watchOS 2 for Apple Watch, following the discovery and fixing of a "critical" bug that prevented its release alongside iOS 9 last Wednesday as originally planned. The new upgrade has a new build number to reflect changes made to fix the undisclosed error in the "golden master," and is now available for download through the Apple Watch companion app on iOS devices.


Forums: iOS9 discussions and more

09/18, 5:23am

iOS9 discussions and more

Yesterday in the MacNN forums, members began to discuss what problems -- if any -- they have had with iOS 9 after Mac Elite "Cap'n Tightpants" asked if anyone has installed it yet. One forum-goer was looking for advice for a friend about how to read an OS X GUID HFS+ formatted drive on a Windows computer, and users provided some helpful tips which could prove useful to anyone else needing to do this.


Pointers: preparing for an OS upgrade

09/16, 5:11pm

Clear the decks, batten the hatches, its going to be a moderate-to-very bumpy ride

As it is coming round once again to the time when major OS X and iOS upgrades are due (iOS 9 out now, and OS X 10.11 El Capitan is coming at the end of the month -- watchOS 2 has been slightly delayed due to the last-minute discovery of a showstopper bug), it seems like a good time to review tips on how to smoothly transition from one version of an Apple OS to the next without undue pain and gnashing of teeth.


Hands On: Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard

09/11, 9:40am

Stop reading now and go buy it

Okay, no messing: this is a gorgeous keyboard that we were instantaneously smitten with, and then came to like more and more in our testing. The Microsoft Universal Foldable Keyboard is a simply superb piece of work, and a pleasure to write on. Fair warning: with a few mild caveats, the rest of this entire Hands On is going to be in much this same style -- so if you're already convinced, just know that it's available on Amazon for about $70, and away you go.


Microsoft details Office app updates for iOS 9, watchOS 2

09/10, 1:04pm

Pencil for iPad Pro will work with new inking tools in Office apps

Following after the company's surprise appearance during the launch of the iPad Pro in yesterday's Apple special event, Microsoft has revealed more information of what to expect from its Office apps when iOS 9 ships. Multitasking, inking, extended wireless keyboard support and intelligent search functions have been outlined in an official blog post, alongside some updates that will affect the Apple Watch when watchOS 2 is released.


Apple releases iOS 9, OS X 10.11, watchOS 2 golden masters

09/09, 4:58pm

First beta version of iOS 9.1 also distributed to developers

Following its media event in San Francisco, Apple also released a slew of final betas for its three leading operating systems: iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, and watchOS 2. The iOS 9 "golden master," which will be identical to the released code unless major bugs are found, also includes the first developer beta of iOS 9.1. In addition, Apple has notified developers that they may obtain the revamped Apple TV units in advance of the general public for testing the new tvOS and features of the device.


In the news: new Apple Watch bands, $149 Apple TV in latest rumors

09/02, 2:37pm

'Confirmed' reports take cues from previous leaks, speculation

A pair of new "confirmed" rumors regarding accessories and devices that might be revealed at the September 9 Apple event are based on either previous leaked images or an "echo chamber" of cross-reported stories on the next Apple TV, though they may or may not come to pass. As widely predicted, the first of the reports says that Apple will debut new bands for the Apple Watch. While not unexpected, the report is based on a leaked image of new Sport colors shown by Sir Jonathan Ive at a show in Italy last April.


Microsoft open-sources Windows Bridge to convert iOS apps to Windows

08/06, 3:43pm

Works with Intel-based Windows versions only at present, ARM-based version coming

On Thursday, Microsoft released and open-sourced an early version of a previously-announced tool now called Windows Bridge, which allows iOS developers to easily convert iOS apps to be able to run natively on Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows 10 Mobile. While calling the early version "clearly a work in progress," the company asked that the "interested and curious" help improve the program by beta testing and filing reports on it.


Hands On: Vox 2.5.1 (OS X, iOS)

08/03, 9:57am

Vox straddles the thin line between brilliant and unusable

This is the most beautiful, even mesmerising app and where you always want to shout loudly about great software, we wanted to stand on desks and bellow that Vox 2.5.1 is a gorgeous music player and service. Unfortunately, we more stood by desks arguing over it. It was 50/50 between one side of MacNN saying it is stunning with some problems and the other half saying those problems were just too much. Both sides are right: we long to recommend this to you but if we do, we have to prepare you for frustrations.


Dashlane offers password management for iPhone, Apple Watch

07/30, 4:12pm

First password manager to allow changing of passwords from Watch, company says

Dashlane, a password manager for OS X and iOS that MacNN recently reviewed, has announced that it has brought its Password Changer feature, which makes possible extensive password management on iOS devices, to the Apple Watch. The new 3.1 version for iOS includes the feature, and also offers notifications of a security breach on monitored websites, and improves Touch ID support.


Apple pushes second beta of iOS 8.4.1 to developers

07/30, 1:30pm

Bug fixes and updates in preparation for fall's launch of iOS 9

While attention and development focus continue on the upcoming iOS 9 major upgrade expected to be delivered in September or early October, Apple on Thursday also updated its ongoing iOS 8-based improvement set of updates with a second beta of iOS 8.4.1, now available through an update directly on iPhones associated with developer accounts or through the iOS Developer Resource Center.


New public betas of iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan available

07/22, 2:25pm

Releases follow latest developer betas, still have plenty of issues

As predicted yesterday, Apple has created public beta versions from the latest developer betas of OS X 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9 for testing with registered testers. The betas are the second public incarnation, but are actually based on the fourth developer betas. Both upgrades, available to the public for free this fall, are still in early stages, and still have a long list of problem areas and issues. Testers are strongly cautioned to heed Apple's warnings about beta software.


Apple pulls ability to post App Store reviews using iOS 9 beta

07/22, 8:23am

New pop-up notice warns iOS 9 beta users they cannot add App Store reviews

In a move likely to please app developers, users of the beta for iOS 9 are no longer able to add their reviews to the App Store. The latest build of the mobile operating system removed the ability to post the reviews, with a new pop-up window appearing on beta versions stating "This feature isn't available. You can't write reviews while using a prerelease version of iOS" whenever a user attempts it from a device with iOS 9 installed.


Briefly: podcasts listeners prefer Apple, Watch buyers happy

07/20, 1:25pm

Podcast audience overwhelmingly on iOS, use default player

A new report by audio platform Clammr that pushes the notion that podcast listening is on the verge of breaking into the mainstream of American culture (due to popular podcasts such as Marc Maron's WTF and Welcome to Nightvale) reports that the vast majority (66 percent) of podcast listeners are on mobile devices, and that 82 percent of that audience are using iOS devices -- with 78 percent using the default Apple player.


New betas for iOS 8.4.1, OS X 10.10.5 now available for devs

07/14, 1:35pm

No new changes listed at present, bug fixes and tweaks continue

Apple on Tuesday released new betas for the next updates to the present iOS and OS X versions, even as it concurrently tests its next major upgrades to both. The updates, iOS 8.4.1 and OS X 10.10.5, are likely to arrive before the major grades OS X 10.11 and iOS 9, which are anticipated for the fall. The new betas, intended only for developers, do not list any new changes, but the seed notes for 10.10.5 suggest it "improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac."


The MacNN Podcast, episode 23: Public betas, private hell

07/13, 5:50pm

Flash, Microsoft Office, Apple Watch deprivation, tales of woe

It's Monday, and that means time for another episode of The MacNN Podcast! This week, as usual, we cover a range of topics from around the Apple and general tech world, and we throw in a cruel experiment in Apple Watch deprivation, mercilessly conducted on one of our own staffers. We also mourn the passing of Electronista, note the release of MS Office 2016 and the OS X and iOS public betas, and more. Show notes after the jump.


Hands On: OverColor Pro 1.0.1 (iOS)

07/10, 4:32pm

Improve your spacial reasoning with this layer-based puzzle game

One of the reasons we love puzzle games so much is that they make us feel like we're getting a real mental workout when we play them. We especially love lateral-thinking puzzles, as well as puzzles that require us to use our spacial-awareness reasoning. One such puzzle that gave us quite the mental workout was OverColor Pro, a geometric puzzle that forces you to rethink the way you solve puzzles.


Apple launches first public betas of El Capitan, iOS 9

07/09, 3:01pm

Public beta begins despite long list of issues, problems

Apple has made available public betas for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan, according to reports. The new software, based on the issue-laden third developer beta released yesterday, is available to users previously registered with the company's Beta Software Program. While the company normally waits until there is a fairly stable developer beta existing before issuing the first public beta, today's releases are fraught with issues and missing functionality.


Hands On: Road Rush Racer 1.0 (iOS)

07/09, 12:31pm

Get out all of your road rage in this endless arcade racer.

It's rush hour on a Friday afternoon and you're staring down a highway full of Sunday drivers and who are bent on eating up your precious weekend. What do you do? You put the pedal to the metal, and you don't stop until you're home or you're in the hospital. At least, that's the concept behind Road Rush Racer, an endless arcade racer by KM Games.


Briefly: Rapper records album in Apple Stores, iOS 8.3 unsigned

07/08, 7:06pm

Stolen computer prompts Dominican rapper to seek help from Apple Store

A struggling artist with a run of bad luck turned to the SoHo Apple Store in Manhattan to complete, in a piecemeal fashion, a full-length album on the store's Macs -- with some help from some employees. Following a computer that broke down and another that was stolen, Dominican immigrant and rapper Prince Harvey told his story to some sympathetic Apple Store employees, who assisted the young artist in completing his album.


Apple's iOS 8.4 update already on 37 percent of devices

07/07, 12:20pm

Analysts predict trouble for rivals during three-month free Apple Music trial

Just a week after its release, the iOS 8.4 update has already been adopted by 37 percent of all active iOS users, an above-average rate for an incremental upgrade that may be driven in part by desire for access to the free trial of the new Apple Music service. While the numbers are on par with the growth seen in the first week of iOS 8.0's release, point updates are generally incorporated more slowly.


Users reporting iTunes Match issues as Apple Music launches

06/30, 1:08pm

Virtual music storage locker hit with problems; workaround revealed

The launch on Tuesday of Apple Music appears to be wreaking havoc with existing users of iTunes Match, the company's virtual music cloud storage service. Reports beginning yesterday and worsening today indicate that users who have not or are unable to currently update their iOS version to the just-released 8.4, as well as Apple TV users, are seeing issues including duplicate entries for artists and playlists, inaccurate album art, and a general inability to download or stream songs.


Hands On: iOS 9 Preview for iPad Air 2

06/29, 6:29am

New multitasking features inject new life into iPad

Although there have been some clues that Apple has been planning to introduce split-screen multitasking on the iPad, it was still something of a surprise to see the feature finally debut at WWDC. The feature will make its debut in iOS 9, which is due to officially land sometime in the fall, likely around the time we see the next generation of iPhones and iPads. Similar functionality can be found in Windows tablets and some Android tablets, so what is it like on the iPad Air 2?


Apple issues new betas of OS X 10.11, iOS 9, watchOS 2 [U]

06/23, 2:42pm

Second betas feature tweaks, but still have numerous bugs, issues

[Updated with new info on watchOS 2 beta, hidden feature in iOS 9 beta] Apple on Tuesday launched the second betas of its next major OS upgrades, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, iOS 9, and watchOS 2.0. The developer-only betas still have a long list of issues, and do not include any new features compared to the first beta, issued two weeks ago during Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. All three betas offer some fixes for issues seen in the first betas, but continue to have problem and non-functional areas.


Apple wins award for, spotlights VoiceOver technology

06/19, 1:02pm

American Foundation for the Blind honors 'game-changing' software

On Thursday night, the American Federation for the Blind (AFB) honored Apple with the Helen Keller Achievement Award for its various technologies that enable blind or low-sighted people to use iOS devices on par with what sighted people can achieve. Specifically, the AFB singled out VoiceOver, Apple's narrative software that describes the on-screen display as users pass over it, as "world-changing" and "transformative" for people with visual disabilities.


Hands On: Editorial 1.2 (iOS)

06/17, 4:30pm

Disconcerting text editor gets even more powerful

If you've already used Editorial, just go get this update: we've nothing to tell you you don't know better than us. For you're the expert, and we're at the stage of comprehending -- and maybe even appreciating -- what this text editor is capable of, but not yet being able to exploit it. Editorial 1.2 is an excellent evolution for the app's fans, but perhaps it's also a prod for the rest of us to take another look at it and see what the fuss is about.


New Mail bug could post phishing messages as iCloud pop-ups

06/10, 2:28pm

Proof-of-concept code posted to Github after Apple fails to close hole

As part of a slew of recent security flaws found in Apple's two operating systems (most of which, it should be noted, are either not serious or are remarkably unlikely to become common), a security researcher has turned up an issue in the iOS Mail app that has the potential to become a widespread problem. As a result, users should be wary of any ">pop-up dialogue boxes in iOS Mail that ask for the user to re-login to a given email service.


Apple updates developer betas of iOS 8.4, OS X 10.10.4, Xcode 7

06/09, 3:01pm

Releases now set for before launch of Apple Music service on June 30

On Tuesday, Apple released the fourth developer betas of iOS 8.4 and OS X 10.10.4, the next updates for the current versions of iOS and OS X. As with previous releases, the new betas focus on bug fixes and other enhancements for each of the two platforms, while the iOS beta continues to feature the preliminary Apple Music application, which will replace the current Music app but continue its functions with a revamped UI that also includes an optional subscription component. In addition, the company has released its first beta of Xcode 7.


Apple brings more intelligence, new apps, iPad updates with iOS 9

06/08, 1:50pm

Siri becomes more proactive, anticipates user behavior

Apple has previewed features users will be able to expect in the next iteration of iOS. Confirmed as iOS 9, the mobile operating system will have improvements in four core areas: Intelligence, Apps, iPad, and Foundation, with new additions including improvements to Siri, search, multitasking, more apps, Apple Pay, and other areas.


Adobe: Apple TV doubled share of premium viewing in Q1 2015

06/04, 7:37pm

HBO Now, device price drop credited for vast increase in viewership

Apple TV has overtaken Roku and doubled its share of "premium" (paid) channel viewing the beginning of 2015 and the end of the first quarter, from five percent to 10 percent, according to Adobe's Digital Index report. A price cut on the Apple TV units and the announcement of the $15 per month HBO Now service, alongside a steady stream of new channel additions, may have contributed to the increase, which compares to a one percent growth rate from Roku. Apple's iOS platform also continues to dominate mobile video viewing.


Apple Game Roundup: Telltale comes to GOG, Pac-Man turns 35, more

05/26, 4:17pm

Apple Game Roundup for May 26

On Tuesdays and Fridays, MacNN takes a few minutes to round up important goings-on in the Mac and iOS gaming world. In today's entry we look at the Telltale Games collection coming to GOG, the 35th anniversary update to Pac-Man for iOS, the latest Overwatch character reveal, and Terra Battle's new update.


Windows 10 mobile support increases, Cortana heading to iOS, Android

05/26, 12:57pm

Microsoft virtual assistant app will head to iPhones, Android this year

Microsoft will be making Windows 10 more useful to smartphone owners, by making it easier to set up their desktop and mobile device to connect together and share files. The added mobile support is also supported by a second announcement that the Cortana virtual assistant will be available to download and use on other platforms than Windows Phone, with both iOS and Android set to receive access in the future.


Hands On: Carbo 1.0 (iOS)

05/25, 12:03pm

Keep on using paper just a bit longer

Its full title in the App Store is Carbo -- Handwriting in the Digital Age and you're already thinking iPads, stylus or scribbling on the screen, but you're wrong. This is not another app about mimicking the experience of writing on paper, it's not really about replacing paper at all. Carbo is about letting you continue to use paper, but now use it in the digital world: take paper you write on and edit, copy or share it as you would anything you create online from scratch.


Apple Watch: IBM MobileFirst for Watch; Bands now available separately

05/21, 12:00pm

Some enterprise-level apps from Apple, IBM now offer Apple Watch support

On Thursday, Apple updated its enterprise app solutions web page to announce updates to some of the MobileFirst for iOS apps, developed in partnership with IBM, to offer Apple Watch support. Three of the 22 current MobileFirst apps -- Field Connect, Incident Aware, and Hospital RN -- now include Apple Watch versions of the apps, with push notifications, iBeacon support, notifications, and weather conditions, among other information available to front-line workers.


Briefly: Facebook video calls goes global, Google Maps traffic alerts

05/21, 9:53am

Facebook Messenger video calling rolls out globally

Facebook is making video calling via the Messenger app available to more users. Previously available in 18 countries, including the United States, the Facebook Messenger video calling has been rolled out globally for iOS and Android users, though some countries will be delayed in receiving the calls due to ongoing work to improve the service's quality in those regions.


Apple stops code-signing for iOS 8.2, blocking downgrade possibilities

05/04, 7:45pm

Action rooted in security, but poses issues for jailbroken devices

Continuing with recent custom, Apple has stopped "code-signing" iOS 8.2 for security reasons. The move, intended to protect users, does make downgrading back to earlier versions impossible, and prevents users with jailbroken devices in iOS 8.2 from updating. The code-signing procedure, which applies to both Apple and iOS or OS X developers, is designed to prevent malicious apps from masquerading as legit ones, or for outside parties to inject code into applications.


Briefly: YouTube vanishes from older Apple TVs, Ford adding CarPlay

05/04, 5:08pm

Change in Google API forces Apple to remove YouTube from older Apple TV models

Owners of second-generation Apple TV units -- the last of the larger, gray-colored models -- have reported that YouTube has vanished from the devices starting last night, with both the dedicated channel and references to the feature being removed. As reported previously, the change is due to alterations Google announced last month in the YouTube Data API to allow for new features that various older devices, including some of Google's own, cannot support. Also affected in the cutoff are YouTube app support for older iOS devices running obsolete versions of iOS.


Microsoft offers tools to port iOS, Android apps to Windows 10

04/29, 2:24pm

Developers offered variety of ways to bring apps to Windows

Microsoft has used Build to reveal to developers what to expect when they develop apps for the incoming upgrade to Windows 10, both for mobile and desktops. More details about universal Windows apps was issued, as well as new ways for developers to create new apps or port existing apps from other platforms, including iOS and Android.


Apple releases second betas for OS X 10.10.4, iOS 8.4, Xcode 6.4

04/27, 8:44pm

OS X, iOS betas open to registered beta testers, but no focus areas listed

In addition to the company's fiscal second quarter results released on Monday, the second betas of OS X, iOS, and Xcode were all released as well. Although each is the second beta offered to developers, in the case of iOS and OS X the release is the first offered to pre-registered beta testers -- though as with the first beta, no release notes indicating focus areas or known issues were released. The OS X and iOS betas come one and two weeks, respectively, after the most recent release.


Living With: Reeder (OS X, iOS)

04/22, 7:15am

Compulsive newsreading app became an obsession

The entire point of the Living With articles on MacNN is to examine what software and hardware are like after that initial first glow. To show how products have borne up under pressure, or have crumbled under the stress. Invariably and unsurprisingly, this long-term testing brings out problems that are just not apparent until you are months into it. Except now. There is one single issue with my use of Reeder that I might change if I could go back in time, and only one single feature of RSS newsreading in general that claws at me. Otherwise, this newsreader app is perfect for me – yet I do keep on looking around.


Open-source networking flaw creates vulnerability in some iOS apps

04/21, 2:26pm

Recently-fixed AFNetworking library requires app update to close security hole

A flaw in a popular older version of an open-source networking library used by a number of iOS apps could create an exploitable vulnerability, particularly for users who do not keep their apps up-to-date. The issue could allow a hacker to bypass HTTPS security and conceivably steal passwords or other personal data. While the library in question was patched to address the problem three weeks ago, apps which include the older library are still vulnerable. According to SourceDNA, at least 1,500 iOS apps are currently exposed.


Pointers: look it up in the Dictionary (OS X, iOS)

04/20, 8:00am

Your Mac and iOS devices come with a great dictionary

Some people collect dictionaries, some have never bought one in their lives -- but we all have them at our fingertips right now. If you have a Mac, an iPhone or an iPad, you've got a dictionary, and it is a good one. It's good enough to replace most concise dictionaries you can buy, and it's easier to look up than a book. We're not saying it's arduous looking things up a in book, but the fact that you have to turn away from what you're reading is reason enough that many of us pile on with a soon-forgotten vow that we'll look it up later. Here's an easy way to look up the definition of a word right there on your Mac -- and then if that isn't enough, we've an even easier way to do it at your fingertips.


Hands On: Office Lens 1.01 (iOS, Android)

04/20, 7:20am

Smart document scanning app comes to iOS

Didn't we just do this one? At first glance, if you compare the new Microsoft Office Lens to Evernote Scannable, you might conclude that one is red and one is a sort of cyan blue. Otherwise, they do the same job of scanning documents very quickly, they do the same job of processing them, and they do a very similar job of passing that data on to other applications. In the case of Office Lens, that is chiefly anything beginning with Microsoft, and with Scannable, that is chiefly Evernote.



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