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Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Paper For iPad Update Brings Exporting To PDF, Increases ‘Rewind’ History

Your Paper notebooks are no longer stuck inside Paper.

Paper, the hugely popular iPad drawing app by FiftyThree, just got a new update that finally allows you to export your sketches as PDF documents, and introduces an increased “Rewind” history.

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ZooZ Offers A Simpler In-app Payment System For Your Apps

ZooZ Offers A Simpler In-app Payment System For Your Apps

A new Israeli start-up on the scene named¬†ZooZ¬†has founded a new SDK, which allows developers to implement an in-app payment system into their apps easier. To get the system implemented, all developers have to do is add three lines of code into either an Android or iOS app, which will then get things rolling. From there, customers who would like to purchase something from within the app can use Paypal or a credit card with ZooZ’s system. Check it out:

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Apple Hints At Free Trials In The App Store With New iTunes Terms And Conditions

Apple Hints At Free Trials In The App Store With New iTunes Terms And Conditions

A recent update to the iTunes Terms and Conditions adds an interesting clause regarding free trials for in-app subscriptions in the iOS App Store. Ever since the launch of the App Store in 2007, users have been clamoring for some kind of demoing system for paid apps. It looks like Apple may be slowly making strides towards that reality.

Publishers “may offer a free trial period” via in-app subscriptions in an iOS app, according to Apple.

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Good News, Kindle Users! Apple Changes Controversial In-App Subscriptions Guidelines

Good News, Kindle Users! Apple Changes Controversial In-App Subscriptions Guidelines

Apple’s In-App Subscriptions policy hasn’t always been favourable with magazine and newspaper publishers, forcing some to avoid the App Store altogether… but a recent change to the guidelines may lead to an influx of new content on our iOS devices.

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