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The iPhone has an endless number of wicked features and sources of excitement. Everyone has their favourite feature and I am no exception. The thing that gives me the most exhilaration is perhaps something that you haven’t even thought about……Read More
I have a lot of camera apps but this is one of the most interesting, and is definitely a steal at todays fine price of nothing.
Slow Shutter Cam allows you to add some of the functionality of an SLR camera to your iPhone, without the gratuitous use of giant lenses.
You can choose from a range of shutter speeds, adjust, lock or set automatic exposure, set a countdown timer (great if you have a wee tripod) and change picture sizes.
With a bit of experimentation it is possible to achieve some amazing results. Night time shots in particular can produce awe inspiring photos that would look right at home in National Geographic.
This app is highly recommended and is just another step in the slow but steady march of your phone past your point and shoot and towards the lofty heights of a replacement for full featured DSLR.…Read More
Well what have we here?, A few short hours ago Apple approved the official VLC iPad app which was submitted around a week ago.
With the relaxation of the Apple approval process the team from the famous open source VLC project and French App makers Applidium threw caution to the wind and submitted an iPad specific version of VLC player to the App store. The now approved app is ready to go, but how does it perform and does it live up its big brother desktop clients VERY high expectations? Carry on reading to find out.…Read More
99.999999% of downloaded movies and TV shows are AVI’s. It’s just the way of the world. If you want to watch any AVI’s on your iPad you need go through the pain staking process of converting to an iTunes MP4 / MOV format. That all ended this week with the release of CineXplayer, the first AVI player app to be approved by Apple. Think playing AVI’s is only for jailbroken iDevices? Think again, continue reading for the full low down on this much needed and long overdue app.
It’s a mystery up there with how the pyramids were built, is there life in outer space and WTF happened on iPhone 4 launch day in New Zealand. But one of the biggest mysteries of all is: why is there no official TradeMe app? TradeMe have hinted that an app may be on the cards but nothing more. Not only is there no official TradeMe app but they will also not grant developers full API access. The latest developer who has not been put off by this and decided have a crack at giving NZ iPhone users a TradeMe app is Roar Apps and their new iPhone TradeMe app iTradeNZ. Hit the read more to find out how the app fairs up.…Read More
Next up for review we have the iPad Harcourts real estate app – lot number iTunes/336873420. This is a July 2010 new build iPad application constructed by Kiwi app builders Orsome. The app consists of 5 menu screens with one home screen. With a great starting price of $0 this is perfect for first time iPad application buyers or as an long term application investment. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to get on the iPad application ladder. So is the app luxurious affordable living with great build quality? Hit the read more for the full open home.…Read More
Still weighing up an iPad purchase when they are released here? I’ve had mine for just over a month and I thought I’d share my opinion on the device and tell you how I’ve used it so far at home and at work. Read on for my thoughts.…Read More