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Top 10 Photography Apps for Android/iOS   Create great photos with your mobile device using these great apps: Instagram iOS/Android/Windows; free The most popular photo-sharing app, and a more powerful creative tool than many realise. You can choose from its preset filters, but try diving deeper and adjusting your shots’ tone, warmth, shadows and other attributes. Camera51 Android;...

Posted on Dec 8 2014 - 11:50am by Eric Tompkins
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Foundation for Apps is Here! SOURCE: Zurb.com The wait is over. Foundation for Apps is finally here. Here is how to quickly install and get started: Install Foundation for Apps CLI Do this the first time creating a new project and then never worry about it again. You’ll first need to have Node.js, Git and Ruby installed on your machine. Then it’s as simple...

iOS Development Apps: View Website Source Code with App If you’re a web developer, checking out the source code behind a web site is a pretty common task. View Source is an iOS app that allows you to do it on any page and includes handy syntax highlighting that makes it easy to find what you need. As an app, you can just drop a URL into it and View Source shows...

Top 5 Apps For Sharing Selfies Are you constantly taking selfies? You might as well share them with the world. Here are the Top 5 Apps For Sharing Selfies. Take, edit, and share with these great apps. Instagram Instagram is a fast, beautiful and fun way to share your life with friends and family. Take a picture or video, choose a filter to transform its look and...

If you own an iPad and love classic point-and-click adventure games, you’ll want to check out Broken Age. This is the passion project from Tim Schafer – formerly of LucasArts – and the rest of his development team at Double Fine Productions. The game was originally pitched on Kickstarter and smashed records with over $3 million in pledges. Broken Age has already been released on Windows, Mac and Linux, but its simple control scheme should be well-suited to the iPad. The slower, reflective mood of the game also lends itself to Apple’s...