ReGram tweak lets you repost Instagram photos on iPhone

December 28, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Instagram is one of the most popular social networking app on iPhone and iPad, even on Android. People like it for a reason, it’s sleek, fast, and almost too simple to use without reading any type of instructions. That simplicity sometimes forced people to download a 3rd party to achieve something as easy as reposting a picture.

Many of you should be familiar with applications like Repost for Instagram or Photo Repost app which aim for the same goal. However, users are required to do some extra work such as downloading the app and its watermark will appear on the reposted picture.

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How to permanently delete photos without Recently Deleted folder

October 7, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Starting from iOS 8, any deleted photos or videos from the Camera Roll will be transferred over to a new folder called Recently Deleted. This new album was added to store deleted media files on your iPhone or iPad for 30 days and it will then remove permanently after that.

For some people, this might be a useful feature because you can easily restore a deleted photo just in case of a mistake. However, most iOS users found Recently Deleted to be an annoying feature because they have to get rid of their photos and videos twice. Not to mention that the data will continue to be counted, which means your storage will stays the same as is.


FlashQ Q20 Is A Wireless Flash Unit With Radio Control, LED lightning and Many More

March 23, 2015 — by Adeel Qayum0


After the success of FlashQ wireless flash trigger last year, Anita Yim and her team are taking things to the next level.

FlashQ Q20 is their first flash project offering a wireless flash unit with multiple features including built-in gel holder, radio configuration, flash head tilting (90 degrees for bounce light), and LED lightning. It has been introduced in white and black options.


ViewExif App: Reveal The Exif Data Of Any Image On iOS

March 2, 2015 — by Adeel Qayum0


I don’t know about you all but I personally enjoy looking at the settings and tools people used in order to create particular images I like. You couldn’t read such data and more on your iPhone before however this has been made possible through the ViewExif app, which I found to be very useful and easy to use.

For those of you who don’t know ‘exif’ is an abbreviation of Exchangeable Image File. This is a standard when it comes to storing interchange information present in digital image files through JPEG compression.

The ViewExif app/extension, as the name implies, allows users to view the EXIF data for any photo from the Photo app. Even if you don’t know how to use extension apps before, you will find ViewExif easy to use. When you launch the app you will be met with a brief visual tutorial.


IFTTT Do Camera: Back Up and Upload Photos Automatically

February 28, 2015 — by Adeel Qayum0


The IFTTT web service, which is short for “If This Then That”, has released a new camera app by the name Do Camera. Trying to figure out where to upload or store images from your iPhone can be time consuming. However, this simple little app is easy to use and gives you full control over what happens to the pictures you take from your iOS device.

Through Do Camera, you can quickly personalize what happens to the photos you take from your iPhone or other iOS devices. The concept of this app revolves around the idea of creating ‘Recipes’. You can think of it as a feature that enables your camera to connect with numerous external sources such as Facebook, Dropbox, Gmail, and more, depending on your preference. You can connect with any external service that has an open API.


Reuk App: Take Full Control Over The Shutter Speed, White Balance and ISO Sensitivity

January 18, 2015 — by Adeel Qayum0


With iOS 8, Apple provided developers with more control over the camera, allowing them to control focus, white balance and exposure.

Reuk is an iOS 8 app that takes advantage of this functionality. It gives users total control over the shutter speed, white balance and ISO sensitivity.

You can manually adjust the focus point, and see if you’re holding the camera at the correct level or otherwise with the built-in level adjuster. The app also has a great timer and flash feature.

AppsiOS 8

Manual Provides Custom Exposure For iPhone Camera

December 8, 2014 — by Adeel Qayum0


There’s no doubt that the iPhone sports one of the best cameras in the smartphone market, which is capable of taking sharp images in light and darkness. The introduction of iOS 8 takes things to a new level by letting third-party apps utilize the camera’s raw power.

Manual is one of the few photo apps for iOS 8 that enables photographers to simply and quickly control a number of image features. Created by Little Pixels, the app provides users complete control over white balance, focus, exposure bracketing, ISO and shutter speed.


Camu Brings Live Filters, Editing and Text In A Single App

August 28, 2014 — by Adeel Qayum0


We’ve covered a lot of camera and editing apps that apply filter and do a little more.

But Camu still managed to catch our attention. It’s an app that features like filters that can be edited later and it has one of the best feature sets available in any photo app for iPhone.

When you take a photo, you get to apply live filters. The app is compatible with the front camera, features a timer, and lets you add text to images in four different fonts.

It also enables you to capture and arrange images in a collage, angle or straighten a photo, include a tilt-shift effects, and share the photo over social media or email.


Take iPhoneography To The Next Level With Moment Lenses

January 16, 2014 — by Adeel Qayum0


The trend of shooting images and videos with an iPhone continues to go strong and despite the availability of fully-equipped DSLRs, a lot of individuals still prefer to use smartphones because of convenience and therefore look for ways to enhance the shooting experience on mobile.

This is where smartphone lenses come in: they significantly improve the shooting experience on your iPhone. The latest in this domain comes in the form of ‘Moment lenses’, a new campaign on KickStarter that aims to take iPhoneography to the next level.


MaxStone Turns Your iPhone Into A Remote Control For Cameras

December 25, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum1


There are only a few iPhone related developments on KickStarter that have received ample backing and have gone on to be a success on their own. MaxStone, a small device that recently made way on the platform, looks promising as it contains most high-end photography features in a small Bluetooth enabled device.

It attaches to the iPhone at front of the IR sensor and covers the shutter button of the camera in use, and connects via Bluetooth. Users can make use of MaxStone apps trigger camera shutter of the handset remotely, either instantly, or through a time interval. They can also be used for time-lapse images going up to a year, and the good thing is that the device is compatible with most camera models and brands. Additionally, it can also handle video recording triggers on some models.