Are you a visually creative person? Because if you are, then this week's Price Drop is going to knock your socks off. That's not all we've got, but people, we have a ton of camera apps. Or maybe you're more musically inclined? Well, we've got something for you too, so come on board and let's get this art train a-rollin'!
You'd think app developers would eventually hit a wall where they simply ran out of new features to add, but that doesn't seem to be the case with Camera+, which just pushed out another great update for both iPhone and iPad.
We have a lot of visual art going on and a little bit of gaming and a huge game sale as well. So if you came here for anything other than fun, like to learn Catalan or for that one productivity app that's going to finally teach you how to GTD, well, you're outta luck. Let the games begin!
Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of Cisco's now-defunct Flip camera, VIMIX Media has released their first socially-minded video creation app, which promises to convert raw footage into polished, shareable movies in about 30 seconds.
Laugh if you want, but we love Jamba Juice. We also happen to rather like PayPal, which makes it easy to spend the money we make selling our old junk on eBay that would be otherwise cluttering the house. So it would seem that being able to buy our Peach Pleasure or Strawberries Forever smoothies at Jamba Juice with our PayPal account would be a match made in heaven -- assuming there was one near us, which there is sadly not. But for those who do, enjoy! We hate you. (Just kidding!) Here’s what else is happening for this Thursday, May 24, 2012.
CameraBag 2 is an app that enables you to add retro-style filters to digital photographs. But while many similar apps are quite simple and limited, CameraBag 2 offers a huge number of options, which can be mixed and matched with relative ease. We say "relative" because the interface is rather quirky and not particularly Mac-like. But not to worry – once you’ve worked through this walkthrough, you’ll be adding soul and warmth to your digital snaps with ease.
We've got shooting games and media players and cameras and health on our minds today as we gear up for the weekend with these fine discounted apps. Get healthy, log that health record, and make a short silent film about it, all on your phone and all for free. So dig on in and see what's good.
Boy, those new iPads sure are hot stuff, huh? Hot selling items that seriously get hot when you use them. Apparently Retina Display does come with its prices, and all those pixels generate a lot of heat. So, there's plenty of heat where Cupertino is concerned.
Christmas 2011 is now but a memory and New Year’s Eve is imminent -- but are you ready to share the joy with friends, thanks to your Mac or iOS device? Or maybe you’ve cut the cord on your cable or satellite and aren’t sure of where you can watch the ball drop at midnight? Fear not, we’ve got some ideas for making the most of your New Year’s Eve with your Mac, iPhone, iPod touch and/or iPad.
With iOS 5, iPhone users finally have native photo editing. But Apple kept things simple, so all you get is rotate, crop, red eye removal, and auto-enhance doing its thing. Prior to this small selection there was nothing, so the App Store is packed full of alternate cameras and photo editing apps for your shutterbug delights.