Photography enthusiasts undoubtedly spend tons of time editing photos to reflect their absolute perfection. Part of the reason popular photo-sharing social network, Instagram rose to the top so quickly is the fact that the app can makes just about any picture look decent with the simple touch of a button. The already fantastic mobile application, to the pleasure of Instagram fans, was further improved today with the release of the app's 3.2 version update.
If you're a photography junkie who absolutely loves wiling away time on the popular photo-sharing social network, Instagram, chances are high that you've seen a picture or two of today's United States president election ballot. However patriotic these pictures may be, whether they're sporting a red, white and blue color scheme or not, it's likely that the simple act of posting a ballot picture could result in a misdemeanor in your state of residence.
Options for photography enthusiasts on the iPhone are widespread. There are the most basic tools needed to spruce up a picture as well as the advanced utilities designed for seasoned users to create pictures of the utmost perfection. The Magic Hour application, available on the App Store for a limited
What you are looking at on the right could possibly be the next iPhone. Or simply the best fake yet. Which do our instincts tell us? A French member of the MacRumors forum posted a picture of what supposedly is an iPhone 4S/5 he or she was, according to their
For a long time now, Growl has been making it easy to keep track of what your applications are up to on the Mac. In case you haven't heard of it, Growl is an open notification platform on the Mac that creates a pop-up notification on your screen whenever one of your apps does something important. Now, a new app called Prowl merges this functionality with the iPhone's Push Notifications service to let you keep an eye on things from anywhere.