Flixel's Cinemagraph Pro is a Mac app brings your photos to life. Basically you take a short video, import it, mask off the parts you want to keep moving, and Cinemagraph Pro will make a seamless video loop out of it. It's the kind of stuff you see in fancy online ads, behind feature story headings, and all sorts of other high-end stuff. And it's expensive. Only not right now. After being featured in the Mac App Store Flixel is dropping the price of Cinemagraph Pro by 92.5% — from $200 to $15.
Yeah, it absolutely sucks if you bought Cinemagraph Pro before the discount. But if you didn't, and you even think you might one day have a use for a tool like this, buy it now.
The UP by Jawbone app has just been updated to version 3.1 which adds some enhancements as well as a new Reminders feature. For people that are looking for an all-in-one app when it comes to managing health and lifestyle needs, the UP app just got one step closer to achieving that goal.
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to UP by Jawbone, Google+, and more! Let's take a closer look...
Beats Music has opened up its API to the public, allowing third-party developers access to its service and catalog of music. The newest kid on the block in the streaming game has already shared its API privately with the likes of Sonos, but this presents the opportunity for more ways to get it.
Earlier this week we wrote about an impending update for the iTunes Festival app that was expected to require iOS 7.1 and thus would mean that iOS 7.1 would be coming soon and that's not what happened at all.
Well, the iTunes Festival app did get an update for SXSW with a refreshed design good for the iTunes Festival at SXSW (starting March 11 and running through the 15th with the likes of Coldplay, Kendrick Lamar, Capital Cities, Keith Urban, and Willie Nelson all in attendance). But it didn't get a requirement for iOS 7.1 — in fact the minimum required version is a mere iOS 7.0.
Craft and DIY projects aren't just great time killers, they can also be huge money savers. From learning how to refinish that coffee table on your own to creating centerpieces and home decor on the cheap, anything is possible. Whether you want to contribute your own ideas or just check out other people's, the iPad has several really good craft and DIY apps to choose from. But which are the absolute best?
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Today we've got updates to a classic gaming title, zombies, and The Stig! Let's take a look!
Square Enix just took care of your weekend by firing out some pretty sweet discounts on three great iOS games. From today until Monday, March 10, Deus Ex: The Fall, Tomb Raider and Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light can be had for just £0.99/$0.99/ €0.99 a piece.
Do-it-yourself can save you money. It can let you get away without having to hire a designer or avoid having to bring in contractors entirely. But what if you need a little help getting started? From estimating budgets, to finding out the perfect paint colors for the kitchen, to double-checking directions for laying down new tile, there are lots of iPad apps available to do just that. Here are the best ones!
If you're experiencing problems with your iPhone, iPad, or Mac, and you live close by to an Apple Store, by far the easiest and quickest way to get it taken care of is to visit your local Genius Bar. To avoid arriving only to find them booked solid all day, you should always schedule an appointment ahead of time. Not only does it guarantee you a spot, it also significantly cuts your wait time down. Not sure how to schedule one? Follow along and we'll walk you through the process!