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Briefly: Zite 2.0, TeamViewer updated
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 @ 7:00pm

iOS-based magazine app Zite saw an update today that makes the app faster and smarter than previous iterations. Version 2.0 of Zite adds a new Explore page, helping users find interesting topics. Users also can jump from topics anywhere in Zite to find related content, as well as rate stories by swiping them up or down in the iPad version. The new version expands the "Your Top Stories" feature, bringing headline news, featured topics, and popular stories in Zite, and users can now link to their Facebook accounts in order to get automatic topic suggestions. The update is available as a free download in the App Store.



TeamViewer, TeamViewer HD see updates TeamViewer and TeamViewer HD for Remote Control saw updates today, bringing the former to version 8.0.9871 and the latter to version 8.0.9980. TeamViewer's update brings the ability to hide the toolbar, adds Windows 8 compatibility, reorganizes the app settings, and adds 11 new languages, including Chinese, Vietnamese, and Greek. TeamViewer HD's update allows users to listen to the sound of the remote computer, change screen resolution, right click with a mouse, zoom, and pinch to zoom in mouse mode. It also adds a number of other fixes and improvements. TeamViewer and TeamViewer HD are both available as free downloads in the App Store.

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