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With so many private photos leaked out into the public realm, sometimes we have to wonder is anything safe nowadays? Hidely seems to have come up with a solution for
Twists, twirls, spins, and pinches doesn’t necessarily refer to baking swirly cakes or that we’ve taken a sudden interest in mega-thriller roller coaster riders. However, photo enthusiasts now have a
Looking for new and fun ways to take photos of your friends, family, or food? Perhaps you’d like a little something different for sharing. It’s all good because Android has
So you love to take photos of sushi and clouds huh? Big fan of applying a clever filter or vignette before tossing on Instagram or Facebook? You might appreciate the
This week we look at five apps that can enhance your Instagram experience if not replace it altogether.
If you’re interested in photo editing, even on the most basic scale, and you own a Honeycomb tablet, you owe it to yourself to check out Adobe Photoshop Touch, or
Flickr announced that its long-awaited official Android applications has arrived today, dropping it in the Android Market for all to grab. Flickr lets users take photos, enhance them with filters, and
If you’re like me, you have pictures from some of the most memorable moments of your life, whether it be your wedding, that time you went out with friends that you’ll never forget, or the birth of your first child. Until now, there hasn’t been a good Android app that lets users put these pictures together in a montage of their best moments. Enter Retrollect, an app that was released today by Border Stylo, a Los Angeles-based company.
Cooliris has released Liveshare 1.1, a new mobile application that allows people to post photos taken with their mobile phones to a real-time stream, and share them with friends online. Liveshare
Adobe has just announced the release of their Photoshop.com Mobile 1.1 and it comes only a few short months after the initial launch. Among the changes to the photo editing