Only available for iPhone and iPod Touch via the App Store for the time being, Android version coming soon.
Source – YouTube
Apple opened its third Apple Store at Hysan Place, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong yesterday.
This from the Twitter blog:
Every day, millions of people come to Twitter to connect with the things they care about and find out what’s happening around the world. As one of the most compelling forms of self-expression, photos have long been an important part of these experiences.
Starting today, you’ll be able to edit and refine your photos, right from Twitter. The latest versions of Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for Android introduce a few new ways to enhance the images you tweet. We’re grateful to our partner, Aviary, for powering our filters and effects.
Filters. Apply one of eight filters, ranging from black & white to vintage, to add a new look and feel to your photos.
Take a bird’s-eye view. See how each filter would affect your photo in a single grid view, or swipe through looks to compare your options.
Frame the action. Crop and pinch to zoom in order to focus attention.
Auto-enhance. Make your photos pop with balanced light and colors by tapping the wand.
In June, 2011, we introduced the ability to attach a photo to your Tweet, a first step toward improving the entire photo experience on Twitter. Since then we’ve been making it easier and faster to share and discover and enjoy great photos on Twitter every day:
- You can expand Tweets to view photos from various photo services right on Twitter;
- You can preview photos directly in Discover and search;
- You can quickly swipe through images on Twitter with photo streams in profiles and search results.
Source – Twitter
These two videos are screen capture, if you want to see the high quality vid, hop over to NBC’s website.
Source – jkhan via 9to5Mac
When it comes to reading newsfeed on the iPad, the Flipboard and Zite are my two favorites, but for the past couple weeks, Rockmelt for iPad is gaining my affection because of two unique factors. First off, one start off with Rockmelt by logging into their Facebook or Twitter account and Rockmelt will learn what you are interested in from what you click or share. The second key factor is that unlike Flipboard and Zite, Rockmelt has a search bar built in and that can add your personal preferences to the whole learning process as well.
You can get the app from the iTunes Store here. Reviews fro the app so far been great, test drive yours today.
Source – Rockmelt for iPad
Now that Evernote 5 Beta is out, word on the street is that the overhaul for the iOS version will be coming very soon as well. Check out the new features in the video for now.
Source – Evernote
Great preview on the new Nexus and Android 4.2 done by the guys at The Verge shot inside Google HQ. The Verge is definitely one of those awesome video podcast that you shouldn’t miss, add them to your podcast list today.
Source – The Verge
This is hilarious, best watch this and go back to the real Apple iPad Mini Commercial. Enjoy.
Source – John Elerick
Evernote 5 for Mac is a complete overhaul of the application itself and there is over 100 new features (no kidding) implemented in this upgrade. It features a brand new sidebar, a better notes list with snippet and cards view, a grid view listing notebooks for better notebook management, integration with atlas and maps, a more powerful search engine and integration with Mountain Lion notifications.
The beta will be launched this week, 29 October 2012, check out the following video for some of the hot features. For full features listing, hop over to Evernote’s What’s New Page, link here.
Source – Evernote