As I am writing this post I have 10 different devices connected to the internet and not a single cord is needed. That is one of the greatest things about Wi-Fi, it gives me and my devices unfettered access to YouTube, Google images, and iPhonehacks.com. But when I leave the comfort of my home or office, the Wi-Fi connectivity doesn’t come along with me.
Whether you are uploading videos to YouTube, Vine, or Instagram, your iPhone camera is there to capture the moment. While recording a video is a simple as pointing the camera on yourself or the at the action, you can’t really do both easily. If you are at a concert or at a game recording the action, it would be great to record what you see and how you react to it. That’s what Twicer sets out to do.
Rdio has confirmed plans to launch a new monthly streaming service priced at just $3.99. Aimed at users who don’t want to pay for the regular $9.99 a month plan, the new Rdio Select service will offer ad-free radio with unlimited skips, but there will be restrictions on how many tracks users can choose to play.
BitTorrent’s new Bleep app, which is focused on delivering secure and private messaging to smartphone users, is now available to all on iOS. It offers everything you’d expect from an instant messaging app, plus free voice calls, and a ‘Whisper’ feature that makes messages and attachments disappear.
Facebook has launched its new Instant Articles platform that allows publishers to deliver news stories natively inside the Facebook app for iPhone. Not only should it increase engagement for publishers, but it will provide users with a greater experience, too.
Instagram is one of the world’s most popular photo sharing applications, yet it has been known for lacking some customization features. While it is full of filters and photo manipulation tools, it sorely lacked the function to splice photos together or create epic collages. So, to answer these needs, Instagram recently launched Layout and I am going to show you 10 new ways Layout can improve your Instagram game.
I am constantly taking screenshots on my iPhone to capture hilarious Tinder profiles, in-game notes, or work related images. Apple makes it extremely easy to capture screenshots by pressing the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons. But once that image is captured sharing and editing them could be improved, and that’s where OneShot comes in.