The iPhone's built in camera is adequate, but I tend not to use it because the photos are a little too soft and a little too muddy. It's fine for a quick pic to use for a contact list, but they're not the kind of photo I want to keep around. Until now. Enter Picoli — a simple, quick photo editing app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
App Reviews for iPhone and iPad Devices
Do you crave the best iPhone apps? Check out these reviews for insight before you download. Leave a comment for apps you've tried and let us know what you think!
- Score: 4.0/5
- 1 response
Are you looking to buy or rent a house? Perhaps instead of searching online, you would rather whip out your trusty iPhone and simply click "Find Homes Nearby"? That's the basic idea behind Trulia Real Estate Search.
- Score: 3.5/5
- 6 responses
Virtual Conquest is a Risk knock-off for the iPhone, the first of its kind. The concept is good; the execution needs work.
The basics of the game are similar to Risk. The game is played on a board representing the world, with the various continents divided into territories.
AppCraver caught up recently with Gareth Lancaster developer of Hiqup for the iPhone and iPod Touch..
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Gareth Lancaster: I started developing Hiqup at the end of June, but I'd downloaded the SDK a little while before.
Featuring 1 and 2-player modes, five different difficulty levels, win-loss tracking by level, and a variety of other options, Reversi is a well-executed and enjoyable app.
Matt Coneybear recently released an update to his already audio-filled app, Ambiance. This sound machine for iPhone and iPod Touch has a collection of soothing "environment enhancers" such as rain, waves, swamp and freeway.