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On this week's iOS Today:
- Train your brain: Grasshopper, Brilliant, Sudoku, New York Times Crossword, Elevate, Swift Playgrounds, Memrise, Lumosity.
- News: Apple and Google share sample code, UI, and policies for COVID-19's exposure-tracking apps, Apple Watch detects coronary ischemia, an iPad-connected sensor you place at the notch in your neck could track early symptoms of COVID-19, Automatic Labs (maker of the smart OBD2 dongle) is shutting down, Apple Music is offering 13 free audiobooks from musicians, and Apple will soon give you the option to disable video resizing in FaceTime group video calls.
- Listener feedback: Satechi's three-in-one charging dock for Apple Watch, AirPods Pro, and iPhone. Replacing your MacBook Pro with an iPad Pro.
- Mikah's App Cap: Here Kitty!
- Leo's App Cap: Tech Top 10 by The Information
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- New York Times Crossword
- Apple and Google release sample code, UI and detailed policies for COVID-19 exposure-notification apps
- Apple Watch detecting coronary ischaemia during chest pain episodes
- Coronavirus sensor you stick at the top of your chest can track symptoms
- Automatic Labs shutting down
- Apple Music offers 13 free audiobooks from ‘iconic musicians’
- You'll soon be able to stop the moving faces in FaceTime
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- Here Kitty!
- Tech Top 10 by The Information