LICEcap is a screen recording app that captures a portion of the Mac OS X (or Windows) desktop and saves it directly as an animated GIF. Incredibly simple to use, the apps functionality should be familiar enough to anyone who has used screen recording with QuickTime before, except that rather than a movie being exported, you wind up with a GIF.
Wow. Animated GIFs are everywhere now… even on a vintage Apple II Plus! Nathan Griffith put together an awesome bit of code that makes it possible to display animated GIFs on an Apple II+ with only 64K of RAM. How does it work? Essentially, a Python script converts an animated GIF to a maximum resolution [...]
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The new interface of iOS 7 has become one of the most polarizing Apple software releases since the iPhone came out six years ago. Some of the UI elements look childish and boring, but there are a ton of new details and feature that make using iOS feel new again (for better or worse).
To hold you over until iOS 7 is released to the public, we’ve complied the best iOS 7 [Read More...]
Who uses animated emoticons these days?
Skype has issued an update to its iOS app that introduces support for Microsoft accounts, and a number of new features. Users can now login to the app using their Messenger, Hotmail, and Outlook.com credentials and then merge their accounts. And if you’ve got an iOS device with a Retina display, you can enjoy animated emoticons. Finally!
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Before the iPhone came along in 2007 and changed the way in which we use mobile devices, touchscreen smartphones were very different to what we have today. They were big, clunky and slow; it was hard to find and install applications for them; and every one of them came with a damn stylus that was either lost or broken within the first six months. Things are completely different now, though, thanks to Apple’s smartphone. [Read More...]
ModMyi reported a few weeks back that Dan Zimmerman (@DanZimm), creator of Vibrafications and AppLocket, is working on a new project calledAnicons. Anicons incorporates important settings toggles directly on your SpringBoard for easy access. When you tap and interact with the toggles, they turn components on/off and make special animations to show you what state the particular toggle is in. For toggles such as 3G or WiFi, the button shows what the signal strength is and changes [Read More...]
Jailbreak enables full customization of iDevices. By installing extensions you can change the appearance of your iDevice entirely. ‘Boot screen‘ is the other one you can customize through jailbreak. The default boot logo is the Apple logo but you can change that with a little tweak. But you might fail to include animated boot logos from cydia and didn’t jailbreak recently on any iOS 4.0+ firmware. Then iH8sn0w will make you able to do [Read More...]