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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).
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.
I’m a big fan of Adobe’s Photoshop Express as an online service.
Basically it’s a free online image organizer / storage box and a collection of robust image editing tools (Similar to Flickr and Picasa).
But where Adobe’s tried to differentiate Photoshop Express from the competition is by also releasing a free and powerful Photoshop Express iOS image capture and editing app that ties into the Photoshop Express online service.
And now with this latest update, there’s more focus (sorry) on the camera workflow side of things, which includes an in-app purchase of the Adobe Camera Pack:
- New Camera workflow for rapid in-app photo-taking
- In-App Purchase of Adobe Camera Pack: Reduce Noise, Self Timer, and Auto Review
- Full Retina Display Support
- Multi-Tasking Support
Nice to see some of these features bundled in, and optional — buy ‘em if you need ‘em — otherwise you’ve still got access to a good set of image capture, editing and sharing tools, for free.
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