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ClassicTOY 5 Preview

An update to ClassicTOY has been submitted to the App Store. Version 5 should hit iTunes any time. We've got a preview of some of the several new features in the upcoming version. Read More

November 10, 2010 // 1 Comment

iPhone Life Magazine Buyer’s Guide is available now

The November-December 2010 issue of iPhone Life Magazine is available now. It's their first annual Buyer's Guide issue and contains a lot of good information to help you guide iPhone-related purchases, including all kinds of apps, hardware and iPhone accessories. Read More

November 8, 2010 // 2 Comments

eyephoneography Madrid. What happened.

Earlier this year, Madrid, Spain hosted its first iPhone photography exhibition, eyephoneography #1. The show was unexpectedly suspended. Marco La Civita has broken the silence and released a little bit of information about the events of last September. Read More

November 6, 2010 // 7 Comments

Want to see a preview of Hipstamatic 180?

Making the rounds on Twitter recently were mentions of a new, upcoming HipstaPak for the next update of Hipstamatic. Here's a preview of the new Salvador 84 lens and Stache film. Read More

November 2, 2010 // 11 Comments

Full-res support and other goodies coming to ShakeItPhoto

Nick Campbell’s Banana Camera Company is planning on shaking up the venerable instant camera app, ShakeItPhoto. According to a recent post to the BCC blog: We are currently working on a big update for ShakeItPhoto that will include full rez processing, EXIF/GEO data, sharing options, and of Read More

November 1, 2010 // 5 Comments

CameraTAN update 3.0 is released

The new version of CameraTAN was released recently. Version 3.0 actually has more improvements than listed in the official App Store description. Read More

October 25, 2010 // 10 Comments

Slow Shutter Cam gets an update and a resolution bump

Slow Shutter Cam by Cogitap Software is an app that simulates control over exposure and shutter speed. The long exposures and slow shutter effect can be used to compensate for low-light situations. It does not actually change the shutter speed of the iPhone’s camera, which is fixed. Through Read More

October 19, 2010 // 1 Comment

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