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Apple introduces paid subscriptions for iOS apps

News Corp's new publication for the iPad, The Daily, is big news. But even bigger news is that Apple has introduced paid subscriptions to the App Store--a feature that could open new doors for publications.

Instapaper to adopt revamped payment sharing service

The Readability Project is updating its service to let users easily pay a monthly fee that is divided among all the sites they read. Instapaper, an increasingly popular reading service and app, will integrate the new Readability service and even release a separate, official client for it.

Printing primer: Know your options in Adobe InCopy

Macworld's managing editor explains how she uses workgroup print features in Adobe InCopy to produce our monthly magazine.

Insider Software launches WEBSIWYG

WEBSIWYG, an online enterprise font catalog, allows creatives to view all fonts in an organization's collection via Web browser.

Quark launches App Studio for iPad publishing

QuarkXPress users now have an easier way to translate digital files into multimedia iPad apps.

Uncensored Playboy Magazine coming to iPad in March

An uncensored version of Playboy Magazine is coming to the iPad in March, according to a tweet Wednesday morning by the company's infamous Hugh Hefner.

Theme makers unleash templates for Keynote, iWeb

If you're a fan of themes for Apple's iApplications, then Thursday was your lucky day, as three different theme makers introduced new offerings for Keynote and iWeb.

Scaling and cropping images on the cheap

If you need to scale or crop images to a specific size, you can do so with an application bundled with the Mac OS.

Adobe Acrobat X Pro

Acrobat X Pro is a fantastic application with across the board function improvement, phenomenal content export capabilities, incredible task and document processing automation power, and the ability to create compelling document distribution packages.

Remains of the Day: Three's a trend

Rumor has it the iPad 2 will continue the FaceTime trend in 2011; the iPad 1 had its fair share of trendiness in 2010; and BlackBerry sales are trending downwards from 2009.