When Windows Phone 7 replaced Windows Mobile, it was clear that Microsoft is trying to attract users with the use of simplicity. With the passage of time, however, a lot of people started complaining of WP7’s lack of even the most basic apps and utilities. First there was the whole copy/paste issue, and then the lack of Bluetooth file transfer turned users away. Apart from these major issues though, there Continue Reading →
PhotoWithMe is an innovative iOS app which enables adding objects to your images to create augmented reality effects. With the help of this app you can create your own augmented reality effects or use effects from other users.
If you have found the title to be confusing, a look at the Lightt website might enlighten your senses. Lightt is a free app for iOS that provides users with the most unique way of creating animations. Lightt captures a number of images in a single burst and binds them together as a single animation. This technique is known as a “Highlight”, which is essentially a photo-video hybrid. A Highlight Continue Reading →
WiFi Camera is a free app for iPhone and iPad that makes it possible to control the camera of one iOS device from another. This makes it possible to remotely take pictures from an iDevice for; taking group pictures, collaborative photography and even to spy with your iOS camera. If you are looking for an iOS based remote-photography tool, then it doesn’t get any better than the WiFi Camera app.
If you ever wanted to remotely control your Android device or wish to transform it into a Spy Cam, then Pocket.do is exactly what you need. This free Android application enables users to control their Android phones via a browser. You can even send or receive SMS, share images, export messages, as well as locate your phone if it gets lost. Pocket.do works with a Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connections Continue Reading →
The Panorama Mode in iOS 6 is perhaps one of the only major improvements in the iPhone camera application. However, this does not mean that you cannot enhance your iPhone camera any further. ProCam is an iOS application that can be arguably rated as the “perfect camera app” for an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch device. Despite having a wide range of nifty camera features, ProCam provides an easy to Continue Reading →
HTC Vivid is a high-end Android phone with an 8 Megapixel camera and autofocus, dual-LED flash. The HTC Vivid camera provides Geo-tagging, face detection and HD Video recording at nothing short than 1080p. Moreover, Vivid also has a secondary Yes, 1.3 MP front facing camera for video chat. With such good camera specs, one does wonder if the camera needs any improvement (considering the available phone resources). However, you can Continue Reading →
If it isn’t Nokia that just dropped a bomb at the Mobile World Congress 2012 with its 41 Megapixel camera based smartphone. Yes you heard it right! Nokia 808 Pureview is a new Nokia smartphone that comes with an astounding 41MP primary camera, which is backed by a powerful 1.3 GHz ARM 11 CPU. Nokia is calling this smart new smartphone as “The Game Changer”. The camera of PureView takes Continue Reading →
If you have an HTC Sensation 4G , then you probably have one of the best camera quality already, but what if you can make it even better? Thanks to XDA-Developer “ErosizeD”, you can now mod your camera to record at higher bitrates, which according to the developer, is close to BlueRay DVD quality, with increased FPS stability. This mod currently supports ROMs based on Sense 3.0 or 3.5, as Continue Reading →