Given that both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are larger, of higher resolution and offer better keyboard functionality than any previous Apple handset, it stands to reason that productivity will also improve. Folks considering the iWork suite, for example, to be a non-starter on the stuffy iPhone 5s canvas will be able to get their fill one of the newer models, and as per an Apple training document, both the 64GB and 128GB models of each new iPhone will get iWork and iLife apps installed as standard.

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We know that everyone’s all super excited about getting their new iPhones on Friday, but when all the deliveries have landed and everyone’s finished lining up all night, we’re going to need some fancy new apps to install on those shiny new handsets. The App Store’s rather full of great apps to download, both free and paid-for, but where do you start?

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When Apple ships iOS 8 to the public next week, one of the features that it adds may not automatically get all the attention it deserves. Being able to use third-party keyboards can truly change the way many of us use our iPhones and iPads, but it’s destined to be one of those features that never really makes its way into the mainstream.

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With iOS 8 now well on the way – it’s set for release in just five days’ time – now’s a golden chance to stock up on apps and games ready for the new software. Alongside iOS 8, Apple will also be rolling out two new iPhones, and given the high pricing, here’s a welcome opportunity to penny pinch on apps worth a total of $17.

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Via its official Google for Work Blogspot page, Google has announced a new feature for iPhone and iPad users by the name of iOS Sync for Google Apps. As the name implies, the feature will serve as an all-in-one management tool for Apple devices, and will be baked into Google Drive and Gmail. It will essentially operate as the Apple-based alternative to the Android device management tool, and full details can be seen right after the fold.

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Viber, a fierce rival to Skype in the world of VoIP, has just added a neat video calling feature to its mobile apps’ repertoires, and not before time. Having remained a voice calling and instant-messaging service for a number of years on mobile, it’s now adding what most would see as a fairly necessary, if not critical feature, and with both the iOS and Android apps having been updated and rolled out simultaneously, we’ve got the details and download links right here.

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In preparation for next week’s launch of the iPhone 6 and the public rollout of iOS 8, Apple has today officially released its TestFlight app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on the App Store. The Cupertino company’s official beta distribution app has been in the works for quite some time after it acquired parent company Burstly back in February and is now officially available to download via the iOS App Store.

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Even though Google’s Android is a fierce rival to Apple’s iOS, the search giant recognizes the value of its iPhone, iPad and iPod touch-owning user base, and as such, most of its broad range of apps and services can be found over at the iTunes Store. Today, the Play Movies & TV app has been given quite a significant update, adding a handy offline mode allowing users to download videos and play them even when a connection is not present.

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We may be completely swamped what with Apple’s big iPhone 6 launch event close by, but nevertheless, there’s always time to check out some of the latest deals gracing the company’s App Store. Once again, we’ve got a nice selection of paid apps gone free for a limited time, and even if you feel like your device is a bit of a relic given all of the new devices on the way, these freebies should bring a smile to your face.

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For all our dedicated readers, this post marks the culmination of our day when they get a chance to get a number of otherwise paid iPhone and iPad apps for free. Our findings on a daily basis range from utilities to tools to games and purely entertainment apps. Today, we have 6 such titles that you can download for free for a limited time.

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It’s the weekend once more, and after a busy week, we’ve some welcome respite in the form of five apps gone free over at the App Store. The value of today’s haul is just a few cents shy of $22, so check out the details below if you want to make some very tidy savings!

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TestFlight has just made an appearance on the App Store for the very first time, and with the beta-testing app looking ready to roll ahead of the imminent launch of iOS 8, iPhone and iPad developers will soon reap the benefits of this renowned infrastructure for testing out unfinished applications.

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We’re back with another half-dozen iOS apps gone free for you to stock you iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices up with. The total value of today’s haul is $14, so join us after the break for the usual assortment of details, descriptions and download links.

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Despite various services out there that have become all the rage for video conferencing and VoIP calling, Skype remains the medium of choice for a large majority of users. And it makes sense, too; in my personal experience, short of FaceTime, nothing gives as good an experience as Skype. Today, the company has released an update for its iOS app that enables users to host group audio calls for free, right from their iPhones.

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Although today’s multitude of announcements at IFA have provided quite the distraction, there’s always time to check out the latest apps gone free for iOS. We’re back once again with a stack of five in total, and below, you can catch the details.

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Despite its massive popularity and usefulness, the one area where Reddit has always lacked is the number of official mobile apps that the company offers. That is beginning to change, however, starting with the service’s official Ask Me Anything (AMA) iOS app, which caters to the iPhone needs of the service’s most popular feature, Ask Me Anything.

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It’s another day, and we’re back with yet another healthy list of apps that have temporarily shed their price tags and have gone absolutely free for a limited time. There are six in total worth just over $30, so join us after the leap for the download links and previous prices.

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We have a large selection of paid apps going free for iOS, and to mark Labor Day in the United States today, many developers are currently running epic deals. Below, you can find the entire selection worth well over $20, so be sure to join us after the break!

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It’s that time again folks. You know, the time when we let you in on which paid-for apps have gone free, usually for a limited time while hopefully not just saving you some money, but also giving you the opportunity to pick up some apps that you were on the fence about when they had a dollar sign beside them.

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The weekend is here, folks, and whether you’re looking to be productive or simply kick back and enjoy some of the exciting titles that the App Store has to offer, then, well… there’s an app (or game) for that! We’ve a nice assortment of usually paid content just gone free for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, so join us after the jump for the full low-down.

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