If you follow app pricing and apps Apple features on the iTunes iOS App Store, you’ll have noticed that this week Apple is making ProCam XL free. Very cool. Very functional.
Also free, for today anyway, is Handy Photo, an app with a very slick interface and easy user experience I find reminiscent of Google’s Snapseed — also free.
So, then, here it is, three free and very good photo editing apps. Enjoy!
I’ve written before about Silent Film Director for iOS — a cool movie shooting and editing app — and I’m writing again about it today is because today, for today only, it’s free (and you know how I’m all about the Free). Continue reading The best thing about a birthday is the presents
Just a quick update, the cool old-timey movie making app for iPhone (and yes, it does run on the iPad too) just received an update that brings the number of available soundtracks up to 8.
And yeah, it’s a pretty cool app, especially if you’ve been wanting to play around with movie making on your iOS device — Silent Film Director (in the iTunes Store).
I’m sure all of us have, at one point or another, dreamed of releasing that movie director deep inside, and making our own movie, complete with music and special effects.
Well, if your dream is to make one that hearkens back to the golden days of silent cinema, then I’ve got an inexpensive app for you.
Silent Film Director, released today, can help you make movies in a style reminensent of the classic Hollywood silver screen.
It’s a very slick app that lets you shoot, edit and share movies on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad (in Universal mode). Continue reading Unleash your inner Spielberg
Looks like there’s a new version of the Photoshop app coming soon for iPad, with more of the actual quality you’d expect when using a Photoshop app — unlike what the apps like now.