Did you ever try to write a blog post on your iPad? It’s easy, right? But did you ever try to add an image to that post? It’s a major pain in the ass. Plink is here to fix that.… Read more ›
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Apple may be great at making trackpads, but they are pretty terrible at making computer mice. On the positive side, though? Those mice make pretty great fashion statements. Source: Flickr Via: TUAW
Image Blender is one of my favorite iOS apps. It’s a single-purpose tool that lets you combine two photos by stacking them and choosing the blend mode to get the effect and the opacity you want. If you ever wanted… Read more ›
A new patent filing suggests that Apple might be looking to integrate optical image stablization into its new iPhones. The feature would help improve overall camera performance by allowing for better low-light imaging, while also stablilizing the image to avoid… Read more ›
Today Twitter updated its official Mac app (yes, it still has one) with a number of new features, including aÂ tweet detail pane, profile header images, and image previews in the timeline. Here’s the full list of changes: More visual and… Read more ›
The third-generation iPad mini and second-generation iPad Air will have Touch ID, there’s no doubt. Just like Siri â€” a feature that debuted in an ‘S’ year for the iPhone â€” took a year to creep to the iPad, TouchID… Read more ›
iOS users that long for something other than Safari will be delighted to know that Google has released a free update for Chrome for iOS. The new updated includes an Autofill feature that lets users complete forms with just a… Read more ›
Do you remember how last week, the iPad mini with Retina Display was said to have been delayed to November because of LCD burn-in issues with Sharp’s IGZO display panels? It appears the rumor was true, because the iPad mini…
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Readdle has this week updated two of its most popular productivity apps for iOS, adding next-generation image processing to Scanner Pro, and a number of new features to Calendars 5. You can now enjoy much-improved scans with better legibility in the former, as well as task creation and an app icon badge in the latter. […]
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Want to convert a color picture to a beautiful black and white version? Believe it or not, you don’t need any fancy apps like Adobe Photoshop, Pixelmator, or even iPhoto to convert images into black and white, all you need is Preview, which is the preinstalled basic image viewing Mac app that comes with OS X. That means there is [Read More...]