No matter how you look at it, lists are essential to the various aspects of our everyday life. Whether you're simply jotting down a few tasks to be completed or are writing a complete guide for the grocery shopper in your family, lists are unavoidable. For the less technology oriented, Shot Note brings handwritten to handheld with its easy-to-use iPhone app used in conjunction with the physical stationary from company Ampad.
Even with the consolidation and downsizing of image sizes that the iPhone automatically does through text messages or iMessage, picture chatting isn't too friendly, for long time use, to your limited data plan. To say the least, it's an inconvenient, cumbersome task that isn't in the least bit efficient. Quite awhile ago, an application was released that made photo-messaging as simple as taking a picture and sending it off to a contact. Dubbed Snapchat, the free app quickly rose to the top for its easy-to-navigate user interface and the undeniably fast time it takes to send a picture. With an update released today, Snapchat now offers video-messaging among with a slew of other exclusive, new features.
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.
Sadly to say, today was the last flight of NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery. A disappointment to both hardcore NASA buffs and simple-minded space fanatics alike, surely. However, the elegance of the historic moment, if you will, was captured using none other than the iPhone's brilliant camera.
If you haven't seen already, PDF conversion applications have been pretty popular among the Top 25 in the App Store. With the various types, it's difficult to pick out which one you should purchase. With experience in business applications, Penpower Technology LTD has released Snap2PDF ($1.99) that makes it easy to scan, share and convert pictures into a PDF format.
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
The city of Boston, Massachusetts is getting ready to announce a new way for Bostonians to file municipal complaints like potholes, broken streetlights or graffiti-covered walls to the city authorities on the spot using their iPhones, allowing them to take and email pictures of the problem as they see it.