48 posts tagged iPhone
An iOS 7 Walkthrough
As you may all know, the iOS 7 was released this last night (+0800 GMT). Some were happy, some aren’t, and some didn’t care because they’re busy with GTAV.
Anyway, if you’re wondering what iOS 7 looks like, here’s a walkthrough for you. I hope this will give you an idea whether you should update to iOS 7.
Best iPhone Photo Apps (2013 Edition)
An updated list of my favorite iPhone photo apps. 95% of the time, these are the apps responsible for the photos I post on Instagram.
Afterlight - Formerly known as Afterglow. It’s a powerful image editing app with over 100 of filters and textures. This is currently my second favorite photo editor app.
Cost: $0.99 and so worth it.
VSCO Cam - My favorite right now. I love the filters created bythe VSCO team, so much that I also bought their Film 2 and 4 (which I’ve been using for my England posts). THE BUNDLE IS WORTH IT.
Cost: Free, but the bundle cost $5.99. The price is worth it for the quality and output.
Classic Insta - My “food and product” app. I constantly find myself using this app if I want to feature our meal or recent hauls.
Hello Camera - I don’t know what’s the difference but this is like an improved version of Camera 360. I use this for my selfies, when I’m having a bad skin day.
A Beautiful Mess - An app created by Elsie and Emma of the award-winning lifestyle blog, A Beautiful Mess. Not a favorite but I like to use this app for the handmade feel of the stickers, borders and handwriting. Not that worth it though.
Incredibooth - A photobooth in your pocket. In my opinion, this is the ultimate selfie app. Well, I like using this app when I’m being vain. I also prefer this app than the Pocketbooth.
Cost: $0.99 and worth it if you’re into selfies, lol
PicFrame - I use this app to combine multiple images in one photo a.k.a. a photo collage.
Cost: $0.99, but I believe I got this app for free.
Whitagram - If I’m not editing a photo using Afterlight, I use this to upload portraits and landscape photos.
Cost: Free… I think.
Over - This and Phoster is my favorite when it comes to adding texts on photos. But unlike Phoster, Over has more freedom and options.
In case you’re interested, you can read my old iPhone apps review/list here.
#DIYThursday: Mermaid iPhone Case
This is not a DIY project made from scratch. We saw this mermaid 4/4S iPhone case in Hong Kong and because the seller didn’t have the same design for iPhone 5, my mother convinced me to get the case and just transfer it to a clear/transparent case. And lucky for me, I was able to snag a free transparent case. So, all in all, I only paid for the original case which was worth PHP300+ only.
It’s pretty easy to design your own iPhone case. All you need is a plain, preferably a transparent case (You can order online at CFYG, just mention my name when ordering), a glue gun and your design/materials. For a more visual approach, check out this tutorial. Enjoy!
Play A Game, Save The Sea
EnviroPop is a wonderful collaboration between the World Wide Fun for Nature (WWF-Philippines) and AppLabs Digital Studios. The primary aim of this application is to spread awareness on how to minimize threats to marine life. The gameplay is quite simple: for one whole minute game, you need to tap three or more of the same group of hazardous threat (cyanide, plastic bottles, dynamite, oil cans, and trawl net). The more you tap, the higher your score is. A cute time buster app.
Now, here comes the interesting part: the cause. For the amount of $0.99/PHP40, you get to help my friends under the sea. All proceeds of this app go directly to the WWF-Philippines’ Marine Conservation Programs! PHP 40 is not a lot. It’s worth one Cheeseburger at McDonald’s and although that tastes really yummy, that thing makes you fat and lazy! This one is PHP 40 and you’ll even feel good about yourself for helping Mother Earth! :P