Archive for 21/12/2010

Take long exposure photos on your iphone!![Video]

One clever, or rather magical app called Magic Shutter lets you take long exposure style shots on your iphone.


Magic shutter


No, its not actually long exposure shots like your average DSLR, but it uses a combination of both the still camera and the video camera on the iphone and cleverly creates blurry photos that you would normally get it like in long exposure shots. Also you can do great light paintings using this app.Well the only constraint is the resolution of the photos which is limited by 1280×720( due to the use of the video camera ). But definitely thats not gonna stop you from getting this app, does it ?

Download on the App store ( Costs $3 ) and updates to this app soon.

Video after the break.

Via Gizmodo


iAds producer : design ads for iOS Devices easily

If you are a developer and don’t have enough time to code for extra stuff like iAds , well Apple now have a solution for you. Its called the iAds producer.

The iAds producer

This is a tool that lets you easily create the iAds using templates. No need to dig into HTML5 and CSS3 stuff , but it includes options to edit them too. Also there is a powerful javascript editor built in, to provide power users more options. So, apple has made it easier for you to adopt its iAds model so that you may easily create free apps, and now faster thanks to the iAds producer.Its available for the Mac OS X, so get it now on the Apple website.

Via Engadget

Now Droid Incredible gets Gingerbread [Video]

It seems the people at Xda Developers have not slept since the launch of Google Android’s Gingerbread . After dishing out so many releases for certain phones.Its the turn of the verizon’s nexus one clone to get the Gingerbread port. Apparently, like others this too is a work in progress, but it is already very fascinating to see how responsive it works and almost 95 % complete. Only some nagging issues like GPS and Video recording don’t work as of now but the rest of the phone just works and kudos to the Xda devs for that, especially that they can bring a flavor to any phone before Htc,samsung or Verizon does.

Via Engadget Source xda-developers

Video after the break.