Mother Tucker, LLC today is pleased to announce the release of CraiglyCam 3.0, the Craigslist photo posting camera app for iOS devices. Designed originally for camera-equipped iOS devices, CraiglyCam is a camera app which gives users the fastest method for posting photos to Craigslist.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "Flickr app."
TapVideo 2.3 adds a camera and retina graphics for iPads
Mother Tucker, LLC today is pleased to announce TapVideo 2.3, the popular camera app for iOS devices. TapVideo is a camera app which allows users to record videos, take photos, set the focus and set the exposure using different gestures on the camera preview.
Essential iPhone Apps for Social Media Addicts
The iPhone is dangerously conducive to an incurable case of Social Media Addiction. Symptoms of SMA include the inability to enter any establishment—even a dentist’s office or a Kinko’s—without checking in on Foursquare.
With Pro HDR Camera App, iPhone Photos Rival the Real Deal
For the uninitiated, HDR photography is all the rage, supplanting tilt-shift photography as the trendiest way to manipulate your photos and earn your Flickr feed a little extra attention. Previously the domain of only high-end digital SLR cameras and pricey photo manipulation software, it has now come to the Apple iPhone, in the form of a handful of competing apps.
Enjoy Continuous Shooting Fun with Fotomecha
Fotomecha — Photography apps for iPhone are abundant and range from kid-friendly to technologically endowed.
Though the iPhone gets its share of rebuke for poor camera quality (at least pre-4G), I've seen quite a bit of high-quality creativity come out of some users.
6 Awesome Photo Editing Apps for iPad
Photo Editing Apps range from fully featured to simplistic, from innovative to prosaic. Fortunately, so do the needs of their users. If you crave every feature imaginable? Check. Want a fun new intuitive touchy-feely experience?
Create Dizzy Paintings with SpinArt
SpinArt will remind you of childhood art projects. Playing with SpinArt feels like a combination of blowing paint with a straw, tie-dying and that game (whose name I cannot remember) where you make geometric patterns by drawing with round plastic things that spin.
Create Poetic Visual Art with Type Drawing
While there are a slew of iPhone apps that give you the opportunity to be creative, and it is more unusual for an app to allow for creativity on multiple levels. Type Drawing does just that: it allows you to write and draw, combining the two to make captivating visual art.
GeoLogTag Connects Your Photos with Space and Time
GeoLog Tag – If you’re a photo enthusiast or pro shooter, how many times have you taken photos with your digital camera and later needed to know precisely where you were when you tripped the shutter?
Face Melter Pro Has Potential for Innovation
Face Melter Pro lets you melt photos and create an animated video one frame at a time. This app is fantastic in theory. In reality, it has some issues.
The original Face Melter app was simple.
iDroste Puts a Spin on Everything
Fans of famed-illustrator, M.C. Escher, are likely to find iDroste, a photo filter app developed by Pavlos Mavridis entertaining. Like Escher once did, iDroste puts images into a spin.
Light Painting: Good Times For A Select Crowd
The Light Painting iPhone app by Y Lau is not for everyone. But if you enjoy light painting, it’s a handy app to have on hand.
Light painting, also known as light drawing is a photographic technique in which exposures are made usually at night or in a darkened room by moving a hand-held light source or by moving the camera.
Radar Puts Flickr Friends and Twitter Followers on Your iPhone
The other day, we reported that Tiny Pictures updated Radar|radar.net for Flickr integration. Now, we've put the updated Radar|Radar.net app to the test and came out smiling.
If you're not familiar with Radar.net, it's a popular service for real-time sharing of pictures and videos among friends.
Tiny Pictures Updates Radar App for Flickr Users
Tiny Pictures has just released an update of Radar|radar.net, an app that connects users to their Radar accounts so they can upload and share photos on any mobile phone or computer and through social nets such as Facebook and Twitter.
Flickr Mobile Enhances Features for Show and Go
This year alone, consumers around the world will buy up about 1 billion cellphones equipped with cameras, according to market researchers. There's an awful lot of snapping going on and Flickr wants in on the action.