Chrome browser for iOS has just received an update, bringing in a completely redesigned UI with Material Design elements along with some other new features. Read on after the jump to check out what the update brings for iPhone and iPad users.

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Nobody wants to be caught short, and if you have kids then you live in constant fear that they’ll need to use the toilet when there is none to be found. You don’t know real fear until that moment of realization that your child needs to use the facilities but there are none to speak of. Terrifying doesn’t do it justice.

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Have a date that you just can’t wait for? In fact, are you looking forward to it so much that you find yourself wondering just how many days you have to wait before the big day comes around? It might be a birthday, wedding day or just a big night out. Whatever the reason for all the excitement, SNOWidget has your back.

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Mobile devices are bundled with sensors nowadays, and while, for the most part, they’re used for adjusting display orientation, checking temperature and so on, they can often be used to enhance the gaming experience. But whereas most developers use the tilt of the accelerometer to replicate real-life movements, one dev has taken things to the next level with a bowling title that essentially turns your iPhone into a Wiimote.

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You can now download PlayBox movies app for iOS and Android, which is a new Popcorn Time like alternative service for iPhone, iPad and Android. It does not require jailbreak to work. More details can be found right here.

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The iOS and Mac App Stores aren’t new to offering paid apps for free, but these deals are always special when caught on a weekend. Well, that time of the week is here, and as always, we are bringing you some of the best paid Mac and iOS apps that have gone free for a limited period. Read on right after the jump to catch a rundown of these apps.

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Users of Facebook Messenger will now see text previews of voice messages, assuming their account has had a magic switch flicked.

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iOS 8 has brought a lot to the banquet as far as Apple’s mobile feature-set is concerned, and whilst it remains a million miles away from being an open-source platform, it has been slightly relaxed to include third-party keyboard and Notification Center widget support. Again, some may consider NC widgets to be half-baked compared with what’s possible on, say, Android, but having already seen some impressive efforts from creative developers, a new app lets you turn any piece of the Web into something vaguely representing your very own, all-singing widget. More details and download links can be found right here after the break.

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Here’s how to speed up animations on your iPhone running iOS 8 system-wide with Speed Intensifier. More details on how to do can be found right here after the jump.

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Cheap apps are fairly easy to come by, but it’s not common for good, paid apps to drop their price tag entirely, and when this occurs, we do our best to point you in the right direction. Today, we’ve got an app that ordinarily costs $10 available completely free for a limited time, so if you want to grab a freebie this weekend, check the details after the leap.

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We’re back with our routine of bringing our readers a handful of paid iPhone and iPad apps that have gone free for a limited period of time. Today’s selection includes a bunch of popular titles which you don’t want to miss out on. Head past the jump for more details, and of course the oh-so-important download links.

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Want to automatically change the wallpaper on your iPhone or iPad after set intervals or particular actions? An old age question really, and with plenty of answers, but if you’re running iOS 8, then read on after the break for details on how you can get that feature on your iOS device.

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Tired of your power naps running away with more time than what you had planned for? We’ve all been through the occasion where our 15 – 20 minute nap turns into hours of sleep just because you hit that snooze button. iOS developers at Phase4 Mobile have recognized this slight problem that can ruin your entire day, and have released Power Nap HQ to make sure your nap cycles are well measured from now on. More details to follow, right after the jump.

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It’s been yet another busy day apps-wise for Google, and having rolled out a new Classroom app for iOS and Android users, the company has also taken the wraps off a major update to its Translate app. Notably, there’s a great new feature that can automatically translates words as they’re detected using a mobile device’s camera.

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The education market serves as an attractive prospect to enterprising companies like Apple and Google, and the latter has just rolled out a new ‘Classroom’ app for iOS and Android. The mobile app does require a Google Apps for Education account, but provided you can meet this prerequisite, details and download links can be found below.

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Want to add some quick GIF-like animations to your photos or videos using your iPhone? Gifx by DNA Apps LLC is one of the easiest apps you will come across to do just that. More details and download link can be found right after the break.

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The coveted AllCast app from renowned developer, Koushik Dutta has finally landed on the iOS platform after a lengthy waiting period. Not just limited to Android, iPhone and iPad users can now use the media-streaming app in all its might. More on this news, including the download link to the app itself can be found right after the jump.

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Remote desktop apps are not uncommon, particularly given the increasing display sizes of smartphones and tablets, and last year, Google introduced Chrome Remote Desktop for Android. The app, as you might imagine, enables Android users to connect to their PC or Mac remotely, and so far, has garnered rave reviews from users. Given the successful release for Android, the Big G has now opted to deliver the experience to those on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and we’ve got all of the details, as well as the download link of Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS under one roof.

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This app is arguably the best running and fitness tracker for iPhone and Android, and has gone free for a limited period of time. More details and download links can be found right here.

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Here’s how you can backup all of your iOS 8 Messages app data on iPhone in PDF format. More details can be found right here.

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