Posts Tagged: Review

Review: Realmac’s ‘Analog Camera’ for iPhone Focuses on Making Sharing Easy

As promised earlier this month, Realmac Software has just released Analog Camera for iPhone. The new photography app, which promises a fast and intuitive UI, hit the App Store this morning at the very reasonable $.99 price point. But there are already hundreds of camera apps available in the App Store and Analog Camera faces… Read more »

‘Keycard’ Locks Your Mac When Your iPhone Goes Out of Range

If you’ve ever wanted a quick way to ensure that others can’t use your Mac when you step away from it and you’re the type of person to keep your iPhone with you wherever you go, developer Appuous has a solution for you with its new Mac app, Keycard. Keycard is a tiny app that… Read more »

Review: Twitterrific 5 for iPhone and iPad

The Iconfactory, the company that began as a graphic design studio focused on icon design and has since branched out to iOS app development, has released a major update to its Twitter client for the iPhone and iPad, Twitterrific. Twitterrific 5 debuted in the App Store tonight and it’s a radical departure in look and… Read more »

Review: ‘Fantastical’ for iPhone

I’ve been a fan of¬†Fantastical for Mac by Flexibits since it was released last year and I was very excited to hear it was coming to the iPhone. Despite this excitement, I was a little skeptical that Flexibits could duplicate the utility and ease of use present in the Mac version on the iPhone. But… Read more »

Review: ‘Clear’ for Mac

As promised last week, Realmac Software, Impending, and Helftone have released Clear for Mac today. Clear for iPhone made quite an impression at its release (I loved it and use it almost every day) with its fluid, gesture-driven interface and it’s been a regular in the Top 200 Paid Productivity iPhone apps since. The new… Read more »

Scout Camera Lets You Focus on Taking Great Pictures

There is no dearth of camera apps in the App Store with apps that can let you do almost anything from making your photos look like vintage comics to letting you add a virtual mustache to any face. But finding a straightforward, uncluttered camera app that lets you apply filters in real-time can be a… Read more »