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If you're anything like me, you've been waiting awhile for this one. HBO Go, the streaming app for HBO customers who subscribe to the premium channel through their cable provider, has been updated, adding support for the TV app on the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. This allows you to pick up where you left off with your favorite HBO show, as well as have HBO content added to your TV and movie recommendations.

The app has also gained support for Single Sign-On for customers of certain cable providers. If you're a customer of one of the 11 TV providers that support Single Sign-On, you can sign in to HBO Go with your cable account credentials with a tap of a button, rather than having to enter them all over again.

HBO's standalone streaming app, HBO Now, already works with the TV app, feeding recommendations and tracking your HBO viewing since the launch of the app with tvOS 10.1 back in December.

Apple Pay lets you use your iPhone to pay securely and easily at over a million store locations across the United States and within apps — with a single touch.

Whether you're traveling for business, charity work, or pleasure, it can be helpful to track your mileage, especially when tax season rolls around. If you are like me, your iPhone is always with you and can be a great tool for keeping mileage records. The following AppGuide will help you decide which mileage app will occupy your home screen.

MileIQ is the gold standard when it comes to tracking mileage. This app comes equipped with all of the bells and whistles, such as smart-drive technology which automatically logs your drive and calculates that drive's value. Classify all of your trips easily and save your drive data in the cloud to access it on a different device if needed. You can even export your data for filing purposes. The app sports a nifty and sharp interface, which is an added bonus. MileIQ allows you to track 40 drives free of charge each month, but if you need to track more, there are subscription services available.

TaxMileage also comes with bells and whistles like MileIQ, minus the automatic drive logging. That doesn't mean that you should dismiss this app, though. Some people prefer to track their mileage manually instead of relying on an app. If that sounds like you, then this is the essential app you'll want.

Your iPhone is always with you, and that makes it the perfect tool for tracking milage so you're ready when the time comes to claim your expenses or work on your taxes. But what's the perfect mileage tracking for the iPhone? Rather than have you waste your time (on free apps that don't work right) or your money (on paid apps that aren't worth the cash), iMore took a look at several popular mileage tracking apps in the App Store, and figured out which was the absolute best one.

Trip Cubby's main interface is designed to show you all your mileage at a quick glance. Upon launching the app you'll see a main screen that is populated with all the trips you have input into Trip Cubby. Along the top you have a search button, so if you have lots of entries, it is easy to find what you're looking for. In the upper right is where you tap in order to add a new trip.

The bottom menu in Trip Cubby isn't overly complicated and only consists of a few items such as toggling between paid, unpaid, and all trips. You can also refresh Trip Cubby if you've got syncing enabled by tapping on the bottom right sync icon. The only other icon in the bottom menu is the settings icon off to the left.