In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Picture Processor. The developer describes Picture Processor as follows: Picture Processor Offers photo colour corrections on the fly. Picture Processor uses 5 presets to give your photos a funky look during this festive season. Pick a photo and apply one of our 5 presets and let your photos come to life.
We have 5 awesome presets: Blue Jet, Green Giant, Red Mist, Drama and Film Contrast. These presets are based on the popular colour correcting techniques.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
We’ve heard the rumors for years and have been let down countless times. Many of us dared to hope that this latest round was true while others had long ago sworn off hope that it would ever happen. Today, the rumors will be permanently laid to rest because it has finally happened: AT&T has lost its long-held exclusive grip on the iPhone in the United States.
Verizon Wireless announced today that they will be releasing an iPhone. When will it be available? Is it somehow different that the AT&T version? Find these answers and more after the jump.
Have you ever seen those YouTube videos of bands playing songs using only iOS devices and wondered what those apps were? Well look no further because today we have over 100 apps to provide you with everything you need for your digital band. We’ve got everything from guitar, piano and drums to music education.
Don’t have any musical talent whatsoever? No worries! We’ve also included a few awesome Rock Band style music games that put you on stage and rocking out to popular hits. There’s definitely something here for everyone, no matter where you are on the musical talent spectrum.
If you haven’t hopped on the Twitter bandwagon yet, then you’re late to the game. It’s the best way to get easily consumable bits of information fed to you on a regular basis, as well as find out what weird things celebrities do during their off time. But with all that data out there, it can get a bit overwhelming at times. When hearing your Tweetdeck chirp every 30 seconds on your Mac gets irritating or having to scroll through five pages of Twitter for iPhone with your thumb gets tedious, maybe there should be a different option. Something simple.
That’s what Trickle is all about. Get your tweets one at a time, in a nicely consumable bite. It’s like the perfect snack of information. But is it worth the money? Let’s find out after the jump.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting BluePrint. The developer describes BluePrint as an original scheme editor for iPad. You will be able to create a scheme, a blueprint, or a small draught quickly and professionally. The software represents a set of prefabricated components that will help you express your idea and share it with your friends and colleagues.
BluePrint is a small tool, capable of solving major tasks!
Read on for more information and screenshots!
As a photographer and designer, Flickr is definitely one of my favorite websites. The collection of talent there is astounding and is truly inspirational to anyone in the creative field. Every single day the site is bursting with fresh, beautiful content for you to enjoy.
Today we’re going to take a look at one great way to get your daily dose of Flickr on any iOS device: Explore Flickr. We’ll walk you through exactly what the app does and whether or not you should purchase the in-app upgrade.
Earlier this week we posted a roundup of 25 Seriously Addictive Sudoku Apps. However, many of us jumped on the Sudoku bandwagon ages ago and are becoming bored with the concept. So what’s the next big puzzle craze that will have us all entranced?
One strong contender in this category is Nonograms, a challenging, brain twisting puzzle game perfect for anyone who enjoys Sudoku, crosswords or any other pen and paper puzzles. Unfortunately, Nonograms can be a bit tricky to pick up and may have a slightly higher learning curve than other games of its kind. Today we’ll help get you started in your new addiction by walking you through solving your first puzzle and pointing out some great apps to download and give the game a shot.
It’s about time when most will be returning back to normal life after the holidays. And today we should talk about a must-have app for all those new iOS devices received by students this Christmas: iStudiez Pro.
iStudiez Pro is a simple tool for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad that offers students (or anyone who has a recurring schedule) to import their timetable for easy browsing but also add assignments and schedule exams. The idea is simple: making life a little bit more organised for students.
With the release of the iPhone 4 and its fantastic two-camera setup, Apple unveiled a new video-conferencing technology called FaceTime. The futuristic dream of talking face to face with someone anytime, anywhere from a handheld device had seemingly become a reality.
Unfortunately, the “anywhere” aspect was in reality quite limited due to the fact you’re required to use FaceTime over Wifi. This limitation has no doubt decreased the usefulness of the technology, maybe even to the point of uselessness for some users.
We want to know what you think. Cast your vote on the right and tell us how often you use FaceTime, whether it be from iPhone to iPhone, iPhone to Mac or heck even Mac to Mac. Is this great new feature more of a novelty or is it an important aspect of your daily communication?
After you vote, leave a comment below and let us know if your usage would change should the Wifi-only restriction be lifted. If you could really use FaceTime anywhere, anytime, would you? Or is video calling still too awkward? Let us know!
Welcome to 2011, everyone!
Now that there’s a desktop Mac App Store it’s tempting to focus only on that, but there have been some cool releases on the good old iOS App Store and we’ve got some of them collected for you below.