In today's digitally driven world, it's easy to take hundreds, even thousands of photos a month to store on our devices and share through social networks, but many of us rarely get physical prints any more. Now you can bring custom prints back into your home and workspaces with DeepSquare Prints by Static Pixels. These eco-friendly photos are printed directly onto recycled cardboard and look amazing considering they don't use high-quality photo paper (that are also ridden with toxic chemicals). Being cardboard, DeepSquare prints are also eye-catching and resemble canvas standouts.
During WWDC 2013, Apple announced the completely redesigned iOS 7 and the beta will be available on the iPhone to developers beginning today. The beta for iPad will be available in the coming weeks. For the rest of us, we must wait until fall for the official release.
During WWDC 2013, Apple announced Control Center in iOS 7 that brings quick access to common settings including airplay mode, wifi, bluetooth, and Do Not Disturb. Additionally, Control Center includes a slider to adjust brightness, as well as media controls, Airplay, and recently used apps.
iPhones and iPads are excellent gaming devices. Games available for iOS include just about every genre imaginable: strategy, arcade, puzzle, hardcore, board games, and more. Some of these are downright addicting and have the power to keep you glued to your device for hours and make it feel like only a few moments. That's what we're taking a look at today -- our favorite addicting games for iPhone and iPad.
Byword, a popular writing app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, has been updated to version 2 and is more enjoyable than ever. Some of the new features include automatic downloads, full-feature offline support, better integration with other apps, and a premium option that lets you publish to WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger, Scriptogram, and Evernote.
The popular iPhone App.net (ADN) client Felix has made it's way to the iPad and includes the same elegant appeal with tons of features. What sets it apart from the iPhone version is the new navigation puck that lets Felix be used in a tab-free environment.
Although most of of what we do here at iMore is write, we also do a lot of photography. We strive to make iMore look beautiful and value good photography, whether it's taken with an iPhone or professional DLSR. But although we all have the same vision, the ways we go about reaching our final images are completely different. Whether it's using our favorite iPhone apps, or highly professional tools like Photoshop, each of us have our own workflows.
Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps. This week's selections include several games, a Mac app for making fancy screenshots, a music app, a great Mac app for cleaning up cashe files, a private messaging service, and a texture-filled photography app.
To see what we picked, follow along after the break!
Balances is an iPhone app that helps you keep track of the various little debts and credits that you have with your friends. It features a delightfully simply design that makes is super easy and fast to add an entry with a note.
If you're the owner of an Olloclip 3-in-One lens system, the awesome photography accessory that converts your iPhone's camera lens into a macro, wide angle, or fisheye, then the Olloclip companion app is a great choice for taking photos when using the Olloclip. It includes a mesh editor that lets you adjust the distortion effects created by olloclip as well as some other useful tools.
Analog Camera is a new iPhone photography app by Realmac Software, the makers of Clear, that makes it incredibly fast -- and fun -- to take, process, and share photos. It includes the ability to separate focus and exposure, 8 filters, and an incredible design.
Are you a procrastinator who tries time and time again to make use of an elaborate "get things done" system in order to bring some organization into your life to only put off using said system? Then Do it (Tomorrow) for iPhone is for you! Do it (Tomorrow) is simply two lists, Today and Tomorrow, with the ability to move tasks between lists with just one quick tap.
Wake Alarm is a gorgeous new alarm clock for iPhone that features a beautiful, gesture-filled interface and three different alarm styles: Slap & Flip, Shake, and Swipe. That's right, you must physically slap, flip, or shake your iPhone in order to turn off the alarm or trigger snooze.
Aside from enjoying a day off from work and delicious BBQ with friends and family, Memorial Day is about remembering the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. With Tributopia for iPhone, you can do just that and honor your loved ones who have fallen while serving their country.
Every week, the editors and writers at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps. This week's selections include a few games, an awesome read-later app, an app for keeping track of movies, a guitar tuner, an app dedicated to a famous classic band, and app that that is sure to increase your typing speed on the iPhone.
As a professional photographer, the iPhone and iPad can be excellent tools for your business. You are probably already aware that there's a lot of great apps out there focused on editing photos, but if we're being real, as a professional, you're not going to use them. However, there are many other great apps that can help compliment your business, and we've rounded up some of our favorites.
Instapuzzle for iPhone is a fun little game that cuts up Instagram photos into little square, scrambles them, and leaves it to you reassemble. The goal is to put the photo back together in as little moves and as quickly as possible.
Clear, the beautiful, gesture-ridden list-keeper for iPhone, has been updated with the ability to share lists via email. Instead of just a text based email, Clear also includes an attachment that allows recipients to open the list with the Clear app.
We've talked on numerous occasions about how great of camera you have included with your iPhone and have taken a look at some great photography apps to accompany it, but once you take all those photos and edit them to perfection, where are you going to store them? You can store them locally on various devices and hard drives, but what about in the cloud? Other than Photo Stream, what are other cloud storage options for all those memories you're accumulating?
Curious About Shapes and Colors is Curious George's newest app that helps teach kids about shapes, colors, sorting, tracing, and more. The entire app is narrated and directed by The Man With The Yellow Hat while George cheers you on.