Articles tagged with: iPod Touch
The JackPod! is an interesting Kickstarter for a new, universal tripod mount for iPhone, iPod Touch, and any other smartphone-sized device. Rather than clamp to or clip on your iPhone or Android device, it mounts your smartphone to a tripod using its external headset jack.
Classic iPhoneography app ClearCam is updated and back in the App Store. I recommend ClearCam if you are interested in taking supersized iPhone photos. The image quality you will get in-camera is unparalleled. If you own an iPad or iPod Touch, this is an essential purchase.
If you accidentally delete any of your favorite apps from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you now have more options than ever to at least get the app itself back. Here are a few of our favorite app restoration tips.
The iOS 5.1.1 update was quietly released by Apple today. It’s mainly a bug-fix release, but there is one new fix that is of interest to iPhoneographers. The new update “Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut”.
5 megapixel and 8 megapixel iPhone cameras are now the norm due the the unprecedented popularity of the iPhone 4 and 4S. Here’s Life In LoFi’s graphic showing the relative sizes of all iPhone image sizes, updated to show the new 4S.
FX Photo Studio for iPhone is on sale now for a limited time for only $0.99 â€“ that’s a dollar off the regular price.
The Simply B&W 1.1 update has just been submitted to the App Store and should street in a few days. The app is about to get a few cool frills.
The FX Photo Studio 4.0 update hit the App Store. This update adds plenty of new features to this excellent iPhone photo app, including new filters, masking, and new file sharing options.
FiLMiC Pro is on sale this weekend for only $0.99. This is a limited time sale for this excellent full-featured, video recording app.
FrontView is a simple, great utility for fixing any undesired perspective in your images like off-center snapshots of paintings, billboards, architecture, posters, etc. making them appear as if taken from the exact front and center.
Today, GhostBird Software announced pricing and upgrade policies for the new PhotoForge2 update, which hits the App Store this Thursday, May 19. PhotoForge 2 is such a big update over PhotoForge version 1 (it really is… you can see our previous preview here), it’s being released to the App Store as an entirely new app.
Take this week’s LoFi poll: How many photo apps do you currently have on your iPhone/iPod Touch?