Receiving its first update since Adobe acquired the company, earlier this year, the latest version of Photo Editor by Aviary now comes with $200-worth of digital photo-editing supplies – FREE, for [...]
Designed for personal use, and seeing its release on the Mac App Store – last week, Getty Images Stream is described as your doorway to discovering captivating, hand-selected photos that speak to [...]
Interested in checking out the latest photo-editing advancements made to Camera+, but reluctant to put down the required $2.99? – Well now, you don’t have to.
Listen up, Dropbox users. As of today you can unlock the official Dropbox app, using just your fingerprint.
Rejoice, lovers of all things photography. Yahoo has finally decided to update its official Flickr client with support for iPad, today.
As we zero-in on Apple’s now confirmed October 16 presser, a number of allegedly leaked parts pertaining to Apple’s next-generation iPad Air surfaced over the weekend.
Camera+ has long been a staple among those looking to enhance their photos taken with their iPhone, in a clean and intuitive way. One of the very first apps to harness the ability to take photos ...
Originally announced by the company at its annual developer-focused conference, back in 2011, iCloud is fast becoming an integral part of Apple’s ecosystem. Recently the subject of headlines for [...]
IFTTT is a super-powerful service that enables users to connect different web applications, (Facebook, Evernote, Weather, Dropbox, etc.), through simple conditional statements known as “Recipes.”
Take the following photos with the pinch of salt they deserve, (because, as ever, there’s no actual way of confirming their validity), but a new set of photos which claim to show Apple’s ...
Just updated with the ability to gradually swipe your iPhone from left-to-right, in order to take a 180 degree panorama in “less than 3 seconds,” panoramic photo tool Cycloramic has managed to eclipse [...]
Despite Cook recently telling The Wall Street Journal that the company will be focusing on improving the overall security, and two-step authentication, currently used by its iCloud service, in the coming [...]
Earlier this week, you may remember that we brought you a report that alleged Apple’s iCloud service had been breached, in an incident that was said to involve the ‘stealing’ of private photos [...]
In response to a collection of potentially damning reports that have raised question over the layer of security that currently exists to protect data stored using its iCloud service, Apple confirms ...
An incident that recently involved the public ‘leaking’ of a number of personal photos, from the mobile camera rolls relating to a variety of Hollywood’s top stars, has refocused the public’s attention [...]