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Ridicolo App Review (Sponsored)

Ah, the selfie. 2013 really was the year the selfie took off, with everyone from Justin Bieber to the Pope posting theirs online. The Oxford English Dictionary even decided to declare “selfie” as the word of the year. Thanks to the ever improving front-facing cameras on our gadgets and the increasing normality of seeing people take a quick snap of…

Share your panoramic photos with PanoPerfect [Review]

We love sharing pictures on the Internet and there are no shortage of ways to show your photos to friends and family online. Since iOS 6, iPhones have had a built in panorama function that allows you to compose a perfect panorama by simply sweeping your phone from left to right. These pictures are usually great, but there hasn’t been an established…

Landcam: All-in-one camera and photo editor [Review]

http://vimeo.com/70541868 There are plenty of photo editing apps on the App Store. You can find applications for pretty much anything; apply filters and textures, add text, adjust levels, crop and rotate, and plenty of other things. For those of us that like to edit their photographs before sharing them on social networks, it can be quite common to…

iOS 7 Preview: Camera & Photos [VID]

Both the Camera and Photos applications got a few pretty significant updates in iOS 7. Aesthetically, both apps got major overhauls. The Camera app how features a cool new swipe interface for changing between modes: Video, Photo, Square, and Pano. Apple also added a bunch of cool live photo effects to add a touch of flare to your pictures. Speaking of…

Samsung too cheap to shoot its own print ads, replaces iPhone in model’s hand with photoshopped Galaxy S4

One thing I learned today: there’s a blog dedicated to pointing out every time Samsung copies Apple. Cool idea right? Its latest discovery was some shameless photoshopping by the Korean tech giant in one of its recent print ads. Posing for a shoot called “Pretty Woman Lying On The Sofa Holding Her Smartphone”, the model was shot holding an iPhone 3GS…

Paper for iPad update brings gallery and pinch-to-zoom

Paper for iPad, a popular iPad drawing app made by FifteeThree, released a major update today. In version 1.3.1 of Paper, developers finally added true pinch-to-zoom functionality that allows users to zoom in on a specific region of a drawing. This is a much-needed improvement over the old zoom feature, which just zoomed in on the whole…

New iPhone ad aims focus at camera (and your heart)

A new iPhone ad is making rounds online, and for good reason. The minute-long commercial features a montage of happy iPhone customers the device’s camera in just about every setting you can imagine. There’s a single piano playing throughout most of the commercial. In fact, there’s only one spoken line of audio: ”Everyday, more photos are taken with the…

Take pictures like a pro with Fast Camera for iPhone [Review]

Now that the weather is getting nicer, you’ll be spending more time outside with friends and family. Chances are you’ll want to capture some of these moments with your iPhone. But while your iPhone’s camera is capable of amazing things, it can be a challenge to capture fast-moving targets, like your dog, toddler, or even your best friend racing by during…