Tag Archive: Photo


Notograph, A Beautiful App That Keeps Your Photo Notes Out Of Your Camera Roll

notographSpeaking of snapping photos and saving them in Evernote, Notograph is a beautiful new iPhone that will do just that, as well as syncing with Dropbox and iCloud. Notograph has two main features, backed up by some great design touches. First, it opens to the capture screen, so all you do is tap the big […]

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Apple TV 6.0 Arrives With iTunes Radio, Airplay From iCloud, Shared Photo Streams, And More

uploadToday Apple released a major update to the Apple TV that was originally predicted to arrive alongside iOS 7 on Wednesday. Version 6.0 of the set-top box’s software includes some big additions, including iTunes Radio, shared Photo Streams support, and AirPlay from iCloud, which is essentially Apple’s answer to the Chromecast from Google. iTunes Radio […]

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Apple TV 6.0 Update Released with iTunes Radio & iCloud Photo Stream Support

Apple TV 6.0 released Hot off the heals of the iOS 7 and iTunes 11.1 releases, Apple has updated the Apple TV set top box to 6.0 to include some of the same features. Most noticeable is the inclusion of iTunes Radio, the streaming music service, but the Apple TV 6.0 release also includes support for iCloud photo streams, podcasts, and AirPlay from iCloud, which allows users to play content on  [Read More…]

Vintage Photo Lab Scans Your Old Photos, One Shoebox At A Time

photosUnless you’re young enough to think that the seemingly never-ending 80s fashion revival is actually cool, then it’s likely that you have a stack of real, printed photos in a box somewhere. And as we all know, printed photos are photos that you can’t post to Instagram, or backup on Dropbox. What you need is […]

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Phooter, The Location-Guessing, Flick-Fed Photo Game For Kids

phooterPhooter looks pretty neat – apart from the name which, if the logo is anything to go by, is supposed to be pronounced to rhyme with “footer” and not “fooooter.” Anyhow, the app is a learning tool/game for the iPhone and iPad which uses Flickr photos to teach geography. Phooter is likely inspired by Geoguessr, […]

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Sketchy iPhone 5S Box Photo Shows 128GB Capacity[Rumor]

iphone 5S 128GBIt seems like every time you turn around lately, there’s some new photo leak of what sources promise to be a true look at Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S or 5C casing, LED flash, or colors. It’s with that caveat that we cast a skeptical eye, then, on this latest reveal, sent to us by Twitter […]

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Documents By Readdle Gets Photo Library Integration, Drag & Drop Organizing, Starred Files

Screen Shot 2013-08-22 at 16.38.41Documents by Readdle — the free iOS app that replaces a dedicated document viewer, PDF reader, download manager, music player, and more — has today received another new update that adds even more nifty features. In addition to photo library integration, you’ll also find drag and drop file organization, and the ability to “star” your […]

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Take a Photo Using Instagram Without Sharing / Uploading

Instagram Any photo taken in Instagram will automatically post directly to your Instagram feed, sharing the picture with the world (or at least whoever follows you). But what if you want to take a picture or two with the Instagram app, apply those fancy filters, and not actually share them with anyone? That’s not an option directly within the Instagram app itself, but you can use a neat little trick on  [Read More…]

Take a Photo Using Instagram Without Sharing / Uploading

Instagram Any photo taken in Instagram will automatically post directly to your Instagram feed, sharing the picture with the world (or at least whoever follows you). But what if you want to take a picture or two with the Instagram app, apply those fancy filters, and not actually share them with anyone? That’s not an option directly within the Instagram app itself, but you can use a neat little trick on  [Read More…]