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OlloClip Magnifies Images and Their Product Line

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OlloClip is the category-defining lens maker that lets users add wide angle, zoom, fisheye capabilities, and more to their iPhone and even iPad cameras. As the iPhone has become the world's most popular camera, it's no wonder that OlloClip has become so popular as well. It's also no wonder that they came out with the OlloClip 4-IN-1 Photo Lens model ($79.99) for Apple's latest iPhones.



Take Stable Selfies with iStabilizer Monopod and Shutter Remote

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Selfies are all the rage, but that doesn't mean they are great to look at. When you hold your arm out and try to snap a photo, it's never going to be as good as if someone else took the shot. There are some apps and Bluetooth gadgets like the iStabilizer Shutter Remote that make it easier to snap the picture, either by clapping or touching a button, but unless the phone is positioned properly, you're still going to get a dud of a photo.



IOgrapher Turns Your iPad Into a Professional Videography Solution

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Videography and the iPad don't usually go together. And that's a shame because the large screen of the iPad and even the iPad mini make for a great video editing tool. Without a USB port or SD card slot, transferring video files to the iPad is a hassle, even with AirDrop. Ideally, you could easily record quality video on the iPad and edit it immediately using iMovie or third party apps.



iPhone Life Blogger's Choice Awards: Best Apps of 2014

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We know you've come to rely on the bloggers at iPhoneLife.com for helpful reviews of all the best offerings in the App Store. With over 1 million apps for your iPhone and over 475,000 apps for your iPad, deciding which apps to download can be overwhelming. That's why we asked all of our bloggers to vote for their favorite apps released or updated in 2014. Here are their top two apps in each of six categories!



Quikit, the best video editor for Instagram and Vine

Quikit, the best video editor for Instagram and Vine

QUIKIT
The Fast and Easy Social Video Editor

Video game design veteran creates the first app that makes editing and sharing videos as fun and painless as sharing photos. Now available exclusively for iOS.

CHICAGO - December 11th, 2014 - Available now, designed by Josh Tsui, veteran game director on franchises such as Tony Hawk, Fight Night and Mortal Kombat, Quikit is the video editor designed to be fun to use.


FOLDIO 2 Kickstarter project just launched!!

FOLDIO 2 Kickstarter project just launched!!

Orangemonkie team makes a smartphone photo studio called 'foldio'.

Foldio (a portmanteau of "foldable" and "studio") is portable photo studio with a foldable design for smartphones. Foldio allows anybody with a smartphone to easily take studio-quality pictures. This is our ambitious project intended to unfold a whole new level of possibilities in smartphone photography.


The best Compact Tripod Mount and Stand for the iPhone

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They say the best camera is the one you have with you, and since an iPhone is usually on hand for most photographers, professional or amateur, it's no wonder that so many photos are taken by iPhone. Still, there are times when a tripod is necessary, but who wants to carry around a bulky accessory?



Get Ready for That Glamour Shot with Glam Screen

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I'm probably not the target audience for Glam Screen, but boy is my daughter. When I showed her the screen protector that doubles as a mirror, she made the loudest, slowest "Aaawwwesooomme!" exclamation ever. And she's in some impressive company, as the screen can be found on phones owned by several Kardashians and other famous housewives and fashion icons. It's no wonder, since Glam Screen is an invention of Jonathan Cheban, fashionista and Kim Kardashian's BFF.



Automatically Categorize All Your Images with PhotoTime

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Orbeus, the company behind various image and video indexing tools, has added a new photo gallery alternative to the iTunes store. Using image recognition capabilities, PhotoTime (Free) identifies who or what is in the photo and groups them by keywords.



Swipe to organize your photos with Sifterr

Swipe to organize your photos with Sifterr

Maple Avenue Labs announced the release of Sifterr, its powerful new photo organization app. The app enables users to easily tag photos in time that would otherwise be wasted. Because Sifterr remembers where they left off, users can sift for as little or as much time as they want. Sifterr for iPhone® and iPod Touch® is available for free on the App Store℠.

 

Sifterr allows its users to create tags like “Cats”, “Outdoors”, or “Colorful”. Sifterr then shows the user a random photo from their library. The user swipes right or left to sift the photo - right if the tag applies, left if it does not. All photos sifted right are added to an album in the user’s library, allowing them to use any app to view, edit or search their sifted photos.

 


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