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Joy Factory's Monet stylus is worth the money

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The stylus is the mousepad of today. You don't really need one, and you can probably get one for free or very little money, but once you've tried a genuinely well designed one, you won't want to do without it. Such is the case with the artfully named and designed Monet stylus from The Joy Factory.



Appolicious names best free apps of 2012

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Appolicious, a great website to visit if you're trying to find good apps, recently posted its list of best free apps of 2012 (so far). These are apps that have either been released this year or have received significant updates.



Virtually Travel the World by an iPhone App

Virtually Travel the World by an iPhone App

YumYumCook is pleased to introduce WhatsGoLa for iOS. Ever dream of traveling the world? Most of us may not have enough money and free time to do this. But now, a new iPhone App could make your dream come true ... well, kind of. The idea behind this innovation is to prepare some of your favorite photos, remove the background and then merge those photos with other scenic pictures. With WhatsGoLa, it lets you quickly fly around the world to collect beautiful scenic pictures and make lifelike, superimposed photos.

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Make a splash with Color Splash Studio

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In the good old days, I used to edit photos of the kids, turn them into black and white images, and restore some color in a few select areas. I probably could have made a business of it. Now, you can do it on your iPhone or iPad in a few minutes. But change is a good thing, and so is Color Splash Studio from MacPhun. MacPhun has had a popular app for the Mac for a while, so it's nice to see iOS users get some loving. I just received my new MacBook Pro with Retina display, so I thought I would celebrate by editing this photo from last week's WWDC event when I saw Apple's Phil Schiller introduce the new MacBook.



With 13 Successful 1Tap Apps for iOS, 1Tapps Marks its First Anniversary

With 13 Successful 1Tap Apps for iOS, 1Tapps Marks its First Anniversary

1Tapps today is pleased to announce their first anniversary as a highly successful iOS development company. Founded in Spain in June of 2011 by Carles Coll Madrenas, 1Tapps now has 13 apps in the App Store. The company's apps are all based on the ability to perform an important function, which might normally require a few seconds and two or three taps, immediately and with just a single tap. Their flagship app, 1TapVideo - Instant Video Recording, was voted the 2011 Best App Ever Award in the Video category by the readers of 148apps.


Woven Releases Innovative Mobile Photo Viewing App to Help People Relive Treasured Memories Anytime, Anywhere

Woven Releases Innovative Mobile Photo Viewing App to Help People Relive Treasured Memories Anytime, Anywhere

Boston, MA—May 30, 2012 – Woven by litl announced today its one-of-a-kind, free, mobile app that aggregates and organizes users’ photos from multiple online storage services onto their preferred mobile devices. Everyone from friends reliving memories, dads sharing baby pictures, moms catching up over coffee and grandparents bragging about their grandkids will benefit from anytime, anywhere enjoyment of all their photos with Woven.

 


Tracks app review for iPhone

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At first glance many people might think that Tracks is just another social media tool for their smart phone.  If, however, you give it a chance and launch this impressive app you’ll quickly see that it is much more than that.  To start with, this app was clearly developed by professionals who know not only how to program a mobile app but also how to make sure it looks and functions flawlessly. 

The app allows users to store and share all sorts of things with exactly who they want to.  This includes anything from music to documents to photos and videos.  You can use the easy to understand settings to make sure you’re only allowing your friends to see a specific item, or you can share it with everyone. 



Good looking iZON lets you look in on your house and family members

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The iZON from stem is a beautiful, functional Wi-Fi enabled security camera / NannyCam. In fact, it looks like it was designed by Apple, which is high praise indeed. It's a small cylinder, reminiscent of Apple's original iSight external camera.


The removable convex base connects to the iZON via magnets, allowing for some flexible angles.


iPhone Remote + iPole = cool self portraits and videos!

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I've been using (and have written about) the iPole from FastCap, since I first picked it up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.  The hiking iPole model or the telescoping mini iPole both offer a tripod mount (and optional iPhone case with tripod thread) is a great way to take self portraits and include yourself in videos.  But the one downside is you have to stretch to turn on or off the recording mode.



(New) iPad (3) camera tests: unbelievable video resolution!

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Back in the iPhone 4 times, I very happily reported on the phone having very good video resolution: something very-very-very-very rare in the digital stills camera / camcorder / smartphone world.



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