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Briefly: Google updates iOS Hangouts, Valentina Studio reaches v5.3
Thursday, June 27, 2013 @ 1:42pm

Yesterday Google's social messenger, Hangouts, received an update to v1.1 for iOS users. Google+ Hangouts allows users to have one-on-one or group conversations while sharing photos, emoji, and video calls. The app stays in sync across devices for versatility for consistent communication. The updated version includes bug fixes, support for iOS 6.0, ability to invite friends to Hangouts via SMS, and improvements to the badge count. Hangouts 1.1 is available for free in the iTunes store.



Paradigma Software Releases Valentina Studio 5.3 Paradigma Software updated Valentina Studio to v5.3 Tuesday. A database management platform, the software allows users to visually organize data as diagrams, graphs, spreadsheets, and more. The update includes new features for manipulating inputted information, such as undo/redo operations for Query Builder, and the Schema Editor now shows groups with Related objects for selection on Diagrams. Additionally, language highlights with PostgreSQL has been improved. Valentina Studio 5.3 is available for free, and its Pro version adds SQLDIFF, Report Designer and other advanced features for $200.

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