- SmugMug releases free Camera Awesome app
- Kicksend lets you send up to 30 photos and files at a time on your iPhone
- Bejeweled updated to v1.1, new game mode added
- Apps Gone Free Roundup: Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time!, Extraction: Project Outbreak and more
Posted: 29 Feb 2012 03:56 PM PST
SmugMug, a premium online photo sharing service, has released Camera Awesome, an impressive (and free) camera app that could put even some of the paid camera apps for the iPhone to shame. Designed with a gorgeous interface, Camera Awesome comes loaded with features, including advanced ones like a level for the horizon, or the ability to focus in one spot on your shot and set exposure in another with just a touch. A one-tap “Awesomize” button provides automatic photo enhancements, and sharing images and videos can be done with another tap, or no taps at all – simply turn on auto sharing and continue shooting while they’re sent in the background. And special effects and filters have been designed by renowned photographer Kevin Kubota, which can be purchased separately from within the app ($0.99 per preset). Camera Awesome requires iOS 4.3 or higher and you can download it now for free on the App Store. Given it’s price and feature set, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t check out the (awesome) camera app for yourself. Video trailer and PR after the break.
SmugMug, Camera Awesome, – Free
Posted: 29 Feb 2012 01:23 PM PST
If you’re one of the many iOS users who often wish they could quickly send a bunch of photos and videos in one shot (iOS 5 only allows up to 5 pics and 1 video to be sent per email), you definitely want to check out Kicksend — a new Dropbox-like service that makes it easy to share pictures, videos, documents and other files. With the Kicksend app installed on your iPhone, you can send out up to 30 images and various files in one go. Perhaps even more importantly, Kicksend gives you the option of sending the photos in its original state (uncompressed), and various quality settings can also be chosen if you wish.
Posted: 29 Feb 2012 10:01 AM PST
Bejeweled, one of the few games I play religiously on my iPhone since its re-release back in December, has received its first update (v1.1). PopCap have added a new game mode called Butterflies, which plays very much like the burning letters found in Bookworm (TMA Review), but instead of falling down, the butterflies move upward toward the menacing spider after every match made. As per iTunes description:
Posted: 29 Feb 2012 08:44 AM PST
If you’re a fan of Chillingo’s games, you’ll be happy to know that not one, but two of their games have gone free today. First up is Zombie Wonderland 2: Outta Time!, the sequel to the surprise hit that was released back in 2010 (see our review). In this latest instalment, our hero Chuck travels back in time to locales like ancient Egypt and and a Samurai dojo to rid the zombies once and for all. Extraction: Project Outbreak, another great Chillingo freebie, is a pretty lookin’ top-down 3D shooter that features a unique one-finger control system, a story driven single player campaign, an assortment of weapons and 4 different game modes. Lots of worthwhile apps that have recently gone from paid –> free, so be sure to check out the complete roundup after the break.
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