Articles tagged "app"

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Snapseed app updated with new interface and presets, adds perspective tool to iOS

Popular mobile editing app Snapseed just got a major update that includes a new interface and 11 new presets for both Android and iOS, as well as adding the Perspective tool to the iOS version.

The Quickshot app adjusts your photography in real time

The app, created by the makers of Facetune, features a 'quickshot' mode that adjusts your image preview in real-life, rather than optimizing it post-capture.

Godox's smartphone app can now control all Godox wireless flash units

Affordable flash manufacturer Godox has updated its smartphone app so that it can be used to control all of its wireless X flash units, not just the A1 smartphone flash.

Instagram update adds threaded comment replies

Instagram just released a small update that will make a huge difference if you're active on the photo sharing app: threaded comment replies.

Cinnac is a Tinder-style photo rating app that helps you discover your best photos

Cinnac is a new social network for photographers that will help you separate your good photos from your great ones through a Tinder-like community-based rating system.

Lonely Planet unveils Instagram-like Trips app for sharing travel photos and tips

Travel guide publisher Lonely Planet just released a new Instagram-like app called Trips. The app lets you share photos from your adventures and, if you're interested, create travel guides of your own.

Cascable remote control app adds Fujifilm support, geotagging and more

The overhauled Cascable app features support for Fujifilm and Panasonic cameras, new or improved features, and switches to a new pricing model.

Explorest iOS app helps photographers find new locations to shoot

A new iOS app called Explorest wants to help you find new locations to shoot. It's limited to Singapore for now, but the app is packed full of useful location scouting features.

Google's Motion Stills app is now available for Android

Google just released Motion Stills for Android. Unlike the iOS version, the Android app uses a redesigned video processing pipeline that processes each frame of a video as it is being recorded, creating instant results.

Adobe updates Lightroom Mobile with new features and interface on iOS and Android

Adobe released a major update to Lightroom Mobile for both iOS and Android users today.

MyGearVault app now available on Android: Track and protect your gear on-the-go

MyGearVault, the all-in-one app for tracking, organizing, and protecting your photography gear created by Jared Polin, is now available on Android.

The Gudak app turns your iPhone into a disposable camera

Just like a real disposable camera, Gudak for iOS comes with a tiny viewfinder, 24 shots on a film roll and 3 days of waiting before you get to see your images.

VSCO adds free 'Oakley' photo filters to iOS and Android apps

VSCO has teamed up with sunglasses maker Oakley, creating three free filters that mimic Oakley's lens technology on the VSCO smartphone app.

EyeEm Selects helps you find the best images in your camera roll for posting

The updated EyeEm app scans your camera roll and picks images that are composed particularly well, have the best quality, or highest chance of selling on EyeEm Market.

The Photographer's Emphemeris will launch a 3D app for iOS on June 27

It will enable users to simulate the presence of the sun, moon and Milky Way and see how they interact with an area's topography.

You can now share live video replays to Instagram Stories

Since its introduction in November last year Instagram's live streaming feature has been used by millions, but videos could not be archived for watching at a later stage. A new update has now added the capability.

FilmLab negative scanning app fully funded, changes pricing model

After screening the reader feedback on our original article, FilmLab founder Abe Fettig has decided to change the pricing model for his app to a one-off purchase.

Hands on with Halide, a new gesture-based iPhone camera app

Available now, Halide aims to occupy the space between Apple's basic stock camera app and more advanced options.

If you are in the US you can now create physical photo books through the Google Photos app

Google has updated its Photos mobile apps to support the recently announced service for creating and printing physical photo books. 

Triggertrap Mobile camera control dongle goes open source

The Triggertrap remote camera control system is no longer sold due to the company folding, but now users will be able to build their own.

Instagram implements image upload through mobile site

Instagram's mobile website has been updated to allow for image upload without installing the Instagram app on a mobile device.

FaceApp: The stuff of nightmares

FaceApp's taken off in the United States recently, and there's a few things wrong with it. One filter lightens skin regardless of your ethnicity, and it turns babies into demonic geriatrics.

Instagram will soon let you book photographers and other services directly in the app

Business accounts will soon be able to add a booking option to their Instagram profile, allowing potential customers to schedule appointments directly through the app. Read more

Photo planning app PhotoPills now available for Android

PhotoPills is a very popular photo planning app among iPhone and iPad users. Now an Android version with all the same features as its iOS cousin has been launched. Read more

Prisma update adds in-app filter store

An in-app filter store allows you to download new filters and remove existing ones from the popular Prisma app, creating your own personal filter collection. Read more

Jared Polin launches 'MyGearVault' app to help you keep track of your gear

You probably know him as that shouty man on YouTube with the big hair, but for the past few months, Jared Polin (aka 'Fro Knows Photo') has been working on a new app designed to help photographers keep track of their gear. Read more

Meitu: harmless selfie app du jour or data mining scheme?

Seemingly overnight, Americans discovered and embraced Meitu – a Chinese photo app that adds cartoon-like effects to selfies. It quickly fell out of favor when security concerns were reported. Read more

VSCO launches VSCO X membership, will soon add iOS app Raw support

VSCO will soon add Raw support to the iOS version of its popular mobile filter app, and has launched the VSCO X subscription service that gives you access to tons of filters for $20 a year. Read more

Instagram introduces comment-control features

Instagram has announced a number of new features that should make the mobile image sharing platform a more pleasant environment to browse. Read more

RNI's Colibri app gives your digital images a slide-film look

The new Colibri app applies machine learning methods to give your digital images the look of high-end slide film. Read more

Facebook takes aim at Snapchat and Prisma with new camera features

Facebook is testing filter and effects options that are remarkably similar to the kind offered by Snapchat and the popular Prisma app on its in-app camera. Read more

Microsoft Pix aims to capture better people pictures

The Microsoft Pix app aims to out-do your stock iPhone app by analyzing captured image bursts for image quality and facial expressions, selecting and optimizing the best exposures. Read more

Nine black-and-white photo apps to elevate your monochrome game

There's no shortage of black-and-white filters for mobile photographers. But if it's a through-and-through monochrome experience you're after, these apps go above and beyond with advanced controls tailored to a black-and-white shooting experience. Read more

Nikon SnapBridge now available for Android, iOS to follow this summer

Nikon's SnapBridge utilizes BLE connectivity between compatible cameras and mobile devices.

Raw workflow goes mobile: Hands-on with Adobe Lightroom for Android 2.0

See how a significant update impacts Adobe's Lightroom for Android app.

Adobe’s Lightroom for Android app update lets you shoot and process Raw

An update for Adobe's Lightroom app for Android introduces Raw image capture within the application.

Lively for iOS update brings frame grabbing and trimming functions

The Lively app for iOS allows you to view and edit Apple's new Live Photos. 

Google launches Cardboard Camera VR app for Android

As a followup to its Cardboard headset and Cardboard app, Google has launched a new VR content creation tool for Android called Cardboard Camera.

Pulse aims to bring advanced wireless control to your DSLR

Pulse, a project currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, aims to bring wireless control to many Nikon and Canon DSLRs.

VHS Camcorder for iOS takes you back to the 80s

VHS Camcorder gives your video footage an 80s retro look.

Really Nice Images introduces RNI Films iOS app

RNI Films for iOS features filters based on real film stocks.

Polaroid Cube+ adds Wi-Fi and two bright new colors

The Polaroid Cube+ features Wi-Fi and is offered in two sporty new colors.

Cascable iOS app offers remote control of WiFi-enabled cameras

Cascable is a new iOS app offering remote control over Wi-Fi enabled Canon cameras.

Shutterfly's new TripPix app lets iPhone users order albums

Shutterfly has introduced TripPix, a new app that turns photos snapped with an iPhone into physical albums.

Google rolls out standalone Photos app with unlimited free storage

Confirming rumors from earlier in the week, Google has announced its new Photos app.

Microsoft launches its Hyperlapse app

Microsoft Hyperlapse aims to turn long, boring first-person videos into something more interesting.

Enlight for iOS launches with high-end photo editing tools

A new app from the makers of Facetune goes beyond selfies.

Perfectly Clear App for Android updated to version 4, iOS update to follow

Athentech has released the latest version of its auto-enhancement photo editor Perfectly Clear App for Android , bringing it up to version 4.

ZenCam brings the film experience to smartphones

ZenCam, an app seeking funding on Kickstarter, provides a user with digital 'rolls of film' that can't be seen until they're printed and shipped to your door.

Google has launched an update to Google Plus that allows for easy viewing of manually created 360-degree Photo Sphere images.

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