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The move to DreamHost is complete. Our servers are much more robust, faster and scalable. As the blog continues to grow, our new server on DreamHost will be able to grow with us.
Life In LoFi has outgrown our previous web hosting service and is in the process of migrating to DreamHost tonight.
It was suggested that we share information and reviews and I gladly accepted. Glyn and I found that many times we were reviewing the same apps and usually arriving at the same conclusions.
A newly granted Apple Patent may open the door for new features and higher quality for the iPhone camera
The U.S. Patent Office this week gave Apple a patent on what the company called “Digital Camera with Light Splitter” technology. In its filing, Apple explained how a future iPhone could use a mirror to reflect light and incorporate a zoom lens installed on the horizontal access of the device.
We take a look at Layout from Instagram, a new, free iPhone photo app that will easily create some very nice photo collages. It’s easy to use and will meet a lot of people’s needs if you want quick and dirty.
We review the Chimani National Park Guides. They really are a photographer’s best friend when planning a trip to a National Park, and really valuable when you are there.
I use Stuck On Earth all the time. It saves me the “this isn’t such a great location after all” problem by letting me see what other photographers are getting.
Cortex Camera is our App of the Day for March 20. It’s on sale right now for only $0.99, down a couple bucks from its regular price of $2.99.
Camera+ was just updated. It’s now the only third-party camera that you can access from your lock screen. That’s really slick. We’ve got more info, including how to install the widget.
ProCam 2 has just been updated. There are a few new features and big changes for users who’ve purchased the in-app filter presets.
Deal Alert! Instaflash Pro is our iPhone photo App of the Day, and right now it’s FREE today, March 17 only, in the App Store. That’s a savings of $4.99 USD. That’s cash in your pocket.
We review Enlight, a new photo app that gives you just about every editing feature you might want, including things that don’t often appear in editing apps.