While we'll still have to wait a bit for Lytro powers to come to our smartphones on a hardware level, we can at least approximate the neat little camera's refocusing powers with what we've already got. And this is where FocusTwist for iOS steps in.
While lyric reading app Strophes has already been in the Mac App Store for a while, more often than not, it's when you're on the go that you'll need to whip out lyrics at a moments notice. So whether want to sing along or end a friendly argument about the correct words (or lines... or paragraphs...), Strophes has…
Travel + Leisure is a lovely magazine so it's no surprise it made an app of similar beauty. And it's perfect for both the adventurers who fantasize about throwing a dart at a map and traveling where it lands and the people that just want to go on a voyage that's within driving distance.
Do you ever finish a really pleasant run and wonder where exactly you just went? What was the name of that park? And which cul-de-sac did you cut through to get there? iFit will map and store your route, even if you're jogging through an area without a signal.
Between texting, calling, emailing, Facebooking, and tweeting there are at least half a dozen ways to get ahold of someone. Organizing all that info is pretty tedious, but Brewster will do all that legwork for you.
My mother loves to entertain, and when I was a kid she started keeping a guest book. Whoever visited our home would sign it, along with a little note and their address. I still like looking back at it now, because it brings up memories of family gatherings, dinner parties, and holiday celebrations. While the concept…
You put together a killer combination of clothes one day last week and everyone complimented you. But what shoes were you wearing? And oh god, does this shirt need a necklace? And what if it's raining? All those questions can be answered with the rebooted version of a fashion app called Cloth.
Providing all your mates have a smartphone with Google Maps, this little FlareGun app could shave valuable minutes off directions-related pain when out on the town. It sends a user's exact location on Google Maps via SMS, in the form of a link.
I must admit, I scoffed when I saw that Capture's developers were recommending you placretheir app in your dock. "Who do they think they are?" I asked. Then I read more and realized this app definitely deserves a place.
As expected, Moleskine's app has been given a thumb's up by Apple and is now free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad. In true Moleskine style, you can write notes on your selection of paper, as well as sketch drawings; insert photos and even geotag your notes, too.
The video doesn't give much away, but Moleskine's official blog has reported they're just awaiting Apple's authorization before the app is available to download on iPhones and iPads. I presume it's some sort of note-taking app styled to look like a Moleskine, but what would you like to see? [Moleskine via Moleskinerie]
Songs can sound different depending on when and where you hear them—I can only appreciate the subtle craftsmanship of Katy Perry, for example, when I'm at home with my headphones on. SoundTracking takes the "now playing"-style share to the next level by letting you announce what you're listening to as well as…
In case you need a science class reminder, Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity partly concerned the process of ageing—specifically that a stationary person actually ages faster than someone in motion. Using the iPhone's GPS, along with the Lorentz Transformations, this app will details exactly how much "life"…
While I'm not sure FastCustomer's stat that the average person spends 60 hours waiting on hold annually is correct (though that could be because I've pretty much given up calling those numbers), there's no disputing how sorely-needed this app is.
Like attaching a pair of trainer-wheels to your bike, Steadycam Pro stabilizes recording video so you get a neater, less-wobbly result. How does it de-shake your videos? With the use of algorithms, but that's all developer Midnox is letting on. Do check out the video for a look at how much magic the app contains,…
Oooh! The popular Camera+ iPhone app has a neat new feature which will adjust photos and bring out initially hidden details. Or something like that. We were too distracted by this awesome promo video to catch all the information.