Fashionable types will love Cloth, but so will the fashionably challenged set. An attractive and easy-to-use app, Cloth makes the most of your iPhone’s camera and your sense of style, or at least, sense of stylish experimentation. With the app, you can save and share photos of your outfits, making it easier to remember favorite looks, as well as pull together a tried-and-true ensemble for your next dress-to-impress appointment.
Whether you want to be sure you don’t repeat your wardrobe for social events or just engage in a friendly competition among friends to see who can come up with the savviest outfit, Cloth allows you to become your own stylist. Experiment with different looks and decide what works best. Want to know more? Click through and I’ll give you the details.
There’s something romantic about cataloguing our own lives. Thinking through our day and choosing the important parts, reveling in our successes and coming to grips with our failures, expressing thoughts that we wouldn’t even whisper to our closest of friends; those are the opportunites that a journal offers. Journals have been, traditionally, paper books that we hide in nooks and crannies, writing in ink by a flashlight so no one could see what we told to our inner selves.
Now, with the devices that we all carry in our pockets, on our nightstands, or on our desks, the journal needs to evolve. Why not make it easier and more secure to journal? That’s what Day One is for.
Have you ever been to a restaurant, tried something new and then forgotten what you had to eat the next time you stop by? I know that I have (which is rare, given my standard order) and I’ve definitely forgotten what my girlfriend’s favorite order is, leading to confused stares and a lot of frantic searching as I tear through the menu.
Evernote Food is here to help. A new app that syncs to your Evernote account, Evernote Food wants to be your personal food journal, ensuring that you never forget that excellent meal that you had. Does the app perform as promised, or am I stuck in the same spot as before? Let’s find out.
There are lots of different social networks out there for the iPhone, and although some of them work (and some don’t), one has broken through and become a popular app among iPhone users everywhere: Instagram.
It’s been over a year since we last looked at the app, and since then it’s been through a lot of changes. But what makes this social network for the iPhone work where others have failed? Let’s look at the success of Instagram after the break.
If there is one area which has been revolutionized by the invention of the iPhone (and iPad) it has been photography and photo manipulation. It’s just that easy to snap a photo and share it with your friends, since you carry your iPhone with you almost all the time.
Percolator, a universal app, adds a new dimension to post-processing your images. It’s a mosaic app, but it’s also much more than that. We’ll take a closer look right after the break.