I heard about Ping from The Verge. It’s hard to explain what the app does except that it’s just pretty random. The app focuses on randomly pinging your phone (giving you a notification on iOS basically) about certain topics or discussions that you pick from a general list of categories at the first start of the […]
This is awesome. Manual is an iOS app that lets you have full manual control over shutter speed, ISO, white balance, focus, and exposure bracketing, just like you would on a DSLR. I’ve come across apps that control some of the things listed here, but never all of them in one app. It even has a live […]
Undoubtedly my favorite part of Reddit as a whole, the AMA subreddit/section now has its own dedicated app for mobile phones. Perfect for all the good stuff.
So I’ve tried Carousel and I’m just not feeling it as a photo sharing app. BUT, I am feeling quite good about the additional 3GB of space that Dropbox just gave me just for downloading and using the app once. If you want an additional 3GB of space in your Dropbox account, just go to […]
This is neat. Using an app called SimpleBooth, you can use an iPad (or an iPhone) to create a simple PhotoBooth on the fly. With an AirPrint-capable printer, this is sure to be a lot of fun.
I have used the Sunrise calendar app on my iPhone exclusively for all calendar-related operations and now I am so stoked that the Sunrise calendar is making its way to the desktop (and to Android devices too). It’s the social media calendar app that does it all and syncs effortlessly with Google Calendar. No problems […]