Apps and updates: Splashtop 2, Square Card Reader, iBank, JamUp Pro, iHeartRadio, and more

Apps and updates: Splashtop 2, Square Card Reader, iBank, JamUp Pro, iHeartRadio, and more

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New Click to view slideshow. A slew of popular apps either updated or launched on the App Store today, and 9to5Mac gathered the most noteworthy ones in our usual round-up below. Today’s crop includes Splashtop 2 going Retina, iBank launching on iPad, Square Card Reader adding more payment collection options, and...
Apps and updates: Splashtop 2, Square Card Reader, iBank, JamUp Pro, iHeartRadio, and more
                                       

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