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The Recode blog is now available in more languages than ever before, and the company is also rolling out a new iOS app.

But Recode is not going to be changing its design philosophy anytime soon.

“Our goal with the app is to make it as accessible as possible for all of our audience, but we’re going to continue to build a platform that can be used by all kinds of people,” CEO Reid Hoffman told Recode’s Kara Swisher.

The Recode team recently unveiled a new iPhone app, but it’s still being developed.

Recode, meanwhile, has a new Android app that is already available for testing.

But the team has already made some big changes to the app and is hoping to launch a version for the iOS app before the end of the year.

“We’re very excited about this app,” Hoffman said.

“It’s a completely different approach to the Recode experience that we’ve been working on for years.”

The new iOS version, called Recode for iOS, is just the first step in the Recodes plans to make the app more accessible for the general public.

The company is still working on a desktop version of the app, and it is not yet clear when the app will launch on desktop.

But the changes to this version of Recode are likely to have a positive impact on the app’s users, and they could potentially bring new users to the site.

“It’s really important to us that the Recoding app and the iOS apps be accessible to people who are not the same people who already use the Recoded app,” said Hoffman.

“When you’re new, it can be overwhelming, but when you’re done with the Recoder app, you’re going back to the old Recode and it’s the same experience.

And when you go back to a Recode site, the old experience is going to stay with you.”

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