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- Photos and Creativity
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Photos and Creativity
Looking to create some memories? These apps cover all areas of artistic expression for creating imagery on your phone. We’ve got everything you need when an image filter just isn’t enough.
Even with the iOS 7 update, Apple hasn’t done a whole lot with it’s default camera app. This is the full-featured photo taking app that you’ve always needed and wanted on your iPhone.
Pro Camera 7 ($5)
Luminance is a filter-filled photography app. You can create new looks by layering different filters atop one another or by applying some of the built-in special effects. Try it out!
If you can’t help but record videos or take photos with your phone held vertically, use this app. It automatically makes your videos horizontal and high quality, no matter how you decide to hold your iPhone.
Photoshop Touch ($5)
If you don’t rely on Amazon for enough already, trust your photos with it, as well. This app offers 5GB of space on Amazon’s servers and syncs with the photo collection on your device.
Auryn Ink ($4)
Painting with water colors in Auryn Ink is considerably less messy than getting out a canvas and easel. This app features realistic water flow effects and pigment colors. Luckily, they won’t wash away.
Inkflow is a note-taking app for the visual learner inside each and every one of us. You can view your notes and sketches in high definition and organize them with a tap of your finger. It looks great.
Notes Anytime ($5)
There’s no need to lug around an amplifier if you’re a musician with an iPhone. Just hook up to AmpliTube, the powerful and feature-rich mobile amp that gives you the power of studio sound on your smartphone.
Keezy seems incredibly simple, but it’s a packed with possibilities once you start to master it. This customizable soundboard lets you record your own boards and mash up sounds until you make something cool.
If you don’t know how to code, you’re missing out on contributing to the new ways the web and mobile are changing. This is a jumpstart into programming, laying out the basics of code and teaching you to improve.
There are videos to teach you just about anything in this app. Take those courses you could never get into in college, get a refresher on the skills you need, or just learn something new for fun.
TED Talks aren’t quite as trendy as they once were, but there is still plenty of content to be watched and ideas to be digested. The official app curates all the videos and organizes them for your browsing pleasure.
If there’s a task that you’re just not sure how to do, Snapguide can likely walk you through it. How-tos, recipes, projects, and lifehacks are all added by people who know what they’re doing so you can do more.