Articles tagged with: iPod Touch
AutoPainter for iPhone and iPod Touch is on sale today only for $0.99 — that’s $1.00 off the regular price.
I’m not sure why this happens. I just know that I’ve been seeing more of it recently. I’ll download the new update of an app that worked great before. And then when I try to open it… CRASH!
If this sounds familiar, here are a few steps you can take before you fire off that 1-star App Store review.
I have to admit, when Hipstamatic first arrived in the App Store, I regularly checked a particular camera store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to see if one of those mythical cameras would ever turn up in their graveyard. It’s Mike Crivello’s in Shorewood, by the way. Of course, we know that was a fruitless endeavor. My preview HipstaCase 100 arrived in the mail yesterday and it’s the closest we’ll get to shooting with a physical Hipsatmatic.
Version 3.0 of 100 Cameras in 1 was just released. If you liked the previous versions, this update is an improvement and gives you a few new cool features. Otherwise, the new stuff isn’t really compelling enough if you are on the fence about this one.
Photo app Percolator by Tinrocket is on sale now for $0.99 — that’s half off the regular price of $1.99!
Cameramatic 1.1.2 update was just released. This camera app gets better with each update and I’m really enjoying shooting with it. The new update adds several new filters, some new features, and bug fixes. Cameramatic has definitely improved beyond its version 1.0 bugs. It’s quickly become one of the best toy camera, digital lo-fi apps for iPhone.
2010 was a breakthrough year for iPhoneography. It’s been an exciting year and a lot has happened. Here’s my rundown of the biggest iPhoneography news stories of 2010.
New iPhone and iPod Touch photo app AccuSmart Camera is FREE right now in the App Store. It’s actually a pretty good, sophisticated camera.
Even if you have filter apps, such as Tiffen FX or PictureShow, there’s still plenty of new and unique effects here. FX Photo Studio is an easy, yet powerful app for novices to add great looking effects, but its advanced features and tool set make this a perfect app for more experienced iPhoneographers as well.
The iPhone 4 is almost 6 months old now. 3.2 or 5 MP iPhone cameras have quickly become the norm. Can you believe that there are still developers creating apps with super low resolution, even the dreaded 320×480 px?
The TrueHDR 4.1 update by Pictional was released today. The update adds a new processing method to the app, as well as improved iPod Touch 4th Gen output.
Infinicam is on sale again for the next day or so for $0.99 — that’s $1.00 off the normal price of $1.99. If you missed the one-day sale last week, here’s another chance to pick up this excellent app for 50% off.