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Third-party Twitter client Twitterrific is back on macOS

Twitterrific has been through quite a few iterations.The Iconfactory’s first third-party Twitter client originally launched for Mac then languished (thanks in part to Twitter’s user caps ) while the company focused all its efforts on an iOS version . That was pretty sad for the company that originated the term “Tweet.” In February of this…

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Steven Soderbergh's 'Mosaic' app lets you choose a show's narrative

Many TV shows have apps, but they’re usually meant as nothing more than companions that encourage you to tune in. What if you could actually choose how the story is presented? Steven Soderbergh is trying just that. His upcoming HBO miniseries Mosaic will be accompanied by iOS app that gives you control over a branching…

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You can now assign Google Home speakers to specific rooms

Now that Google is poised to have multiple Home speakers in its lineup, you’re going to need a better way to manage those speakers — and thankfully, it’s already here. Google has revamped the Home app (currently just the Android version) with not only a fresh look, but support for assigning speakers to specific rooms….

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Google Photos eases video sharing on slow connections

With Google pre-loading Google Photos on a range ofAndroid devices, it’s no wonder the app has racked up 500 million users. The search giant is already capitalizing on its success using AI-assisted tools that pester you to share more visuals. Now, it’s hellbent on eradicating any mobile signal barriers that could hinder your sharing pleasure….