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PhotoFlip! – The Easiest Way to Add Notes to Photos

New York, New York – Can’t remember whether that statue was in Rome or Venice, or the name of the person you met last night? You need PhotoFlip! PhotoFlip!, the easiest way to add notes to photos, is available in the iTunes App Store today. PhotoFlip! doesn’t just paste text onto your photo, it utilizes a smart database to associate a unique note with any photo in your current library, or any new photo your shoot.

Features:
* Extremely simple to use
* No need to import photos into the app, and no duplication of photos
* Automatic sync via iCloud with your other iOS devices
* Share via email, message, Facebook or Twitter
* Camera support within the app
* Free and ad-free

You don’t need to import your photos into PhotoFlip!, and there’s no duplication of data, so very little of your device’s memory is used. You can share your photos, with or without the note embedded, by email, messaging, Facebook or Twitter. Your notes sync seamlessly through iCloud with all your iOS devices, so notes you type on your iPhone show up on your iPad and vice versa! PhotoFlip! will turn your photos into real memories that will last a lifetime.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 9.5 MB

Pricing and Availability:
PhotoFlip! 1.0.3 is Free, totally ad-free, and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

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SAEC/Kinetic Vision, Inc., dba Kinetic Vision, is 60 person technology consulting company located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Kinetic Vision has been providing innovative technology solutions since 1988, and now services a growing national and international customer-base. Previously, Kinetic Vision’s app development business was focused on their corporate clients, and PhotoFlip! is their first foray into the consumer app marketplace. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 SAEC/Kinetic Vision, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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Amazon Cloud Drive Photos update includes major changes

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With all the cloud storage options available it’s easy to forget about one of two of them from time to time, and Amazon is trying to remind everyone that it has a cloud storage service with a huge update to the Amazon Cloud Drive Photos app.

The newest update to Amazon Cloud Drive Photos bumps the app from version 1.9 all the way to version 3.0 to show just how much has changed. The app features a completely redesigned photo viewing experience, which the changelog says will “bring enjoyment back to viewing photos and videos on the go.”

The new version of the app has a simpler navigation that follows some standard Android guidelines like the left-side settings panel. That panel also includes a new status bar to show you the status of you automatic and manual uploads, though it’s hard to imagine why Amazon didn’t include a status bar in older versions of the app. Amazon also improved the sorting in the app, letting you put videos into their own folder and sort photos and videos by date and name.

Of course, Amazon Cloud Drive Photos still automatically uploads your photos and videos to the cloud service. Amazon offers 5GB of storage for free, which isn’t a whole lot compared to Google Drive, but still not bad if you mainly use it for photos.

Amazon Cloud Drive Photos still looks closer to Amazon’s Kindle Fire OS than stock Android, but that’s to be expected. At least the company has a signature style for all of its apps that it sticks to.

Have you tried Amazon Cloud Drive Photos? Or do you use a different cloud service to back up your photos?


    








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Adobe Revel makes its way to Android – privately share photos with family and friends

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Adobe Revel is now available on Android. iOS users have been using Adobe Revel since 2011 to store and share their photos with select groups of family and friends. Starting now, Android users can view, share and store their photos too.

Adobe Revel is a photo storage service in which users can build albums to organize photos and videos. Photos and albums remain private by default. Users can then invite other Revel users to participate with specific albums, so that everyone can upload and enjoy each others photos. With the Android app, Revel now works across most major devices so that the whole family can get involved. Access to your photos is also convenient as your albums sync across all of your connected devices.

Adobe Revel Selling Points

The Revel app on Android has a few basic editing tools, then integrates with Photoshop and other Adobe creative tools for those that really want to get their photos just right.

Adobe Revel is available as a free download in the Google Play Store. Enjoy unlimited photo uploads for the first 30 days, but then be prepared to upgrade to a .99/month plan, or continue on free with some restrictions. If you happen to be looking for a Google+ Photos replacement, you’ll want to also install the Revel Importer app, which will upload all current photos on your device, then auto-upload any new photos you take, just like Google+ does.

How many Revel users out there have been waiting for this Android app? If you’ve used both, do you prefer Revel over Google+?


    








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Huawei smartwatch photos looks more like a wristband

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Chinese manufacturer [#protected_0#] has promised to “unlock possibilities” this coming MWC 2014 but, based on this photos, it might not be the possibility that many have in mind. If the speculation behind prove to be correct, we might be staring at what Huawei has envisioned its smartwatch to be.

It should come as no surprise that Huawei is said to have a smarwatch prepared for next week’s big tech event. After all, almost everyone is getting on the smartwatch train as fast as they can. And Chinese device manufacturers aren’t exactly known for letting the latest trends pass them by without adding their own spin. That said, we were perhaps hoping that Huawei would deliver something interesting to the mix.

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Instead, what we have is a device that is already garnering some rather negative feedback over the Internet. The pair of photos come from, once again, the Weibo account of a Huawei official, referring to the new toy. Given how it seemingly tells the time, the immediate conclusion was that this is Huawei’s rumored smartwatch. If it is, then the company might be in a world of hurt with the reception it might receive.

That said, it is perhaps too early to jump to such a conclusion. It could very well simply be a sports or health wristband, not unlike the LG LifeBand Touch, since it more closely resembles that device. We will definitely know what it really is when Huawei completely unlocks its showcase next week.

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Spense, Expense Tracker for iPhone, Adds Notes and Photos to Spense Plus

Clemmons, North Carolina – Irinhawk, LLC is proud to announce the release of Spense 1.2, an update to their popular financial app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Spense is an easy, quick, and simple way to keep a journal of your day-to-day spending. Set a spending target and a repeat cycle, and each transaction you enter is immediately deducted from your balance.

This app is not complicated. It won’t link to your bank accounts or allow you to pay your bills. It is a simple, easy way to keep up with your daily spending without having to carry around loads of receipts. With a few steps, you can see where your money is going each month. Now, with Spense Plus, you can document where your purchase was made, or for what occasion. Take a photo of your receipt, purchase, store, etc. All of your notes and photos will be easily accessible in your end of cycle email.

“The reason this app works is because it is so simple. There is no need to come up with a complicated budget. By tracking what you spend, you see where you can save,” says developer Craig Coleman.

Get the most out of Spense by upgrading to Spense Plus. Features available only with Spense Plus include the ability to add notes and photos to any transaction, automatic backup using our secure cloud sync technology, an email at the end of each cycle that includes graphs, notes and photos, and your transaction history in a .csv file, transactions that are instantly synced with multiple users in a shared spending journal, access to your spending journal with multiple devices, and access to all future added features.

What’s New in Version 1.2

Spense Plus updates:
* Redesigned for iOS 7
* Add or edit a note or photo for any transaction
* End of Cycle email now includes category amounts and total amount spent for cycle in chart legend and note and photo columns in the transaction history

Spense Plus note and photo details:
* Document where your purchase was made or for what occasion
* Take a photo of your receipt, purchase, store, etc.
* All of your notes and photos will be easily available in your End of Cycle email

Fixes and Improvements:
* Cloud sync now occurs automatically in the background

Spense is an on the go spending journal that lets you stay on top of your daily spending. We designed this app to be easy to use and simple, so that you can easily enter transactions while you are out running errands, getting gas, dining out, and more.

Some people like to use Spense to help them track expenses for a project or an event. Others like to use it to track their spending while on vacation. How you use Spense is up to you! Customize the amount, the length of each cycle, and the categories to best fit your needs.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 1.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Spense 1.2 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Finance category. To upgrade to Spense Plus, a subscription for .99 per year for unlimited users is available.

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Spense is a development of Irinhawk, LLC, located in Clemmons, NC. Developer Craig Coleman designed the app originally for his family, and realized quickly that all families who are trying to save money would benefit from it as well. Allowing the single version of the app to be downloaded for free will give everyone the opportunity to try Spense and see how much it helps them month to month. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Irinhawk, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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LG G Pro 2 exposed in leaked photos

While LG has officially confirmed the existence of the G Pro 2, we have so far no idea what this upcoming smartphone will look like. That is, until now. A pair of photos has just been leaked that show what is supposedly the G Pro 2, revealing a mix of features from LG’s own lineup as well as its chief rival.

The previous Optimus G Pro was touted as LG’s answer to the then newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note II, without the specialized stylus of course. Likewise, the G Pro 2 is also believed to rival the Galaxy Note 3. There is talk that the G Pro 2 will have a textured back cover similar to the faux leather rear of the Galaxy Note 3, though this photo doesn’t really make that clear.

What is quite obvious from these leaked photos is the presence rear button controls, a peculiar feature that debuted with the company’s current flagship, the LG G2. Other G2 features that are expected to make its way to the G Pro 2 include the custom User Experience (UX) bits like Knock, Guest Mode, QSlide, and others. It is still unknown if the G Pro 2 will have a fingerprint scanner, a feature whose hype has seemingly died out by now.

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The rest of the G Pro 2 features are still a big unknown at this point. It is expected to come in a 6-inch package with a Full HD display, a Snapdragon 800 processor and support for LTE-A networks. Other than that, we’ll just have to wait for more leaks and tips on the road to MWC 2014 next month.

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Squeak 16: Animate Your Photos with Voice, Sketch and Caption

San Diego, California – Pelfunc Inc. has launched a new product/service called Squeak 16, a free, easy to use, fun iOS App available in the App Store. A Squeak 16 user can add voice, sketch, caption and live zooming to their pictures to create 16-second video messages. Squeak 16 photos magically attain a temporal dimension with recorded gestures and commentary. What began as a picture, with the tap of a record button becomes an animated clip that plays like a video.

Squeaks are uploaded to the Squeak 16 social network and can be viewed in a web browser and accessed from other devices that the user owns. Squeak shatters the status quo by taking user engagement to the next level. Now users can do more than just like and comment on photos, they can respond with a reply-Squeak, promoting rich conversations. They can also follow other users and view Squeaks they are interested in a chronological feed. Squeaks can also be easily be posted to Facebook, Twitter, email, SMS or saved as a video to the camera roll.

Squeak 16 can be used to:
* Post multimedia status updates
* Tell a backdrop story that entertains with humor and suspense or is simply nostalgic
* Add a sound bite or sing a tune
* Make an animated sketch
* Add funny or thoughtful captions
* Share a tip or a trick, or teach a quick topic, like the pronunciation of a word
* Add commentary that allows you to be precise and clear
* Point out what would otherwise go unnoticed in a photo
* Add to a story to an already posted Squeak
* Ask for clarification by pointing to items in a photo
* Showcase a delicious meal
* Make a picture or a video meme
* Share a note or greeting with a loved one with your personal touch
* Give personalized directions
* Journal an idea or a discovery or an exhibit
* Ask a question with a Squeak, and get reply Squeaks, for example if you are shopping for a purse or a shoe and looking for like products

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 10.9 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Squeak 16 (v1.0.5) is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

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Squeak is a trademarked product/service from Pelfunc Inc., a startup located in San Diego. Pelfunc was founded in June 2010 by two industry veterans Sanjay Nichani and Ray Fix, with over 40 years of software experience and 40 issued patents between them. Pelfunc Inc. has filed a provisional patent related to Squeak technology and in addition holds exclusive licenses to two patents from Stanford University, who is also an equity partner. Copyright (C) 2014 Pelfunc Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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Huawei G750 photos and details leak out, reveals MediaTek octa-core

The rumor mill is steaming up for Huawei‘s next big splash in the Android smartphone scene. Whether this device, with the codename G750, is the previously reported Huawei Glory/Honor 4 or not, both have two things in common: an eight-core processor from MediaTek and a slightly disappointing spec sheet.

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On the heels of MediaTek‘s announcement of what it is still boasting as the world’s first true octa core processor, two smartphone manufacturers have been said to be integrating this chip into their next device. One of them was Huawei, who is reported to be working on a new Glory model, whose initial specs sound pretty much the same as this latest leak. Indeed, word is that this unnamed Huawei G750 will indeed be bearing MediaTek’s 1.7 GHz octa-core MT6592 chip inside.

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If that failed to pique your interest, nothing else about this device probably will. The Huawei G750 will indeed have a spacious 5.5-inch display, but it will only be limited to 720p resolutions, though the exact pixel count is still unknown. 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory does it for storage, while rear and front cameras are marked at 13 and 5 megapixels, respectively. The smartphone will, of course, use Huawei’s custom Emotion UI, but it will be running on top of Android 4.2.2 and not the latest Android 4.4 or even a more recent 4.3.

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Of course, this is all speculation and rumors for now and we’re still trying to consolidate the Huawei G750 and Huawei Glory/Honor 4 details. The last bit of information regarding the G750 is that it will be available China’s three major carriers China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom.

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Google+ updated, bringing changes to Photos and Locations

Google+ is being updated today, bringing some bug fixes along with a few new features. The feature updates have a lot to do with the Google+ Photos app, as Google prepares itself as a contender for your photo storage and sharing hub. The update also brings changes to “Locations”, should you find yourself using it.

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We’ll start with Locations, where opening it up automatically refreshes the location of your friends on the map. Keep in mind that you’ll only see locations of people who have made their whereabouts available to you. Currently, users have to manually request to see where their friends are on a map, so this makes it a bit more handy.

Photos will now have the ability to be shared via NFC, so you can now use Android Beam to send pics to friends. If you’re a fan of docking your device, Photos will also gain the ability to work with Daydream. This is also a really neat way to view pics as a screensaver. Individual photos will also show details in the drop down menu moving forward, so you will get details on which device was used or how large the image is.

While nothing major, it’s welcome. It’s also worth noting that Android Police reports that certain users are experiencing issues with the update. They speculate that it’s because some debugging code was left over, and is causing an error. The update is rolling out gradually, so keep that in mind when it pushes to your device.

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Perfect Shot Ends Blinking in Group Photos – a Flawless Shot Every Time

Cupertino, California – The dreaded problem taking a group photo with an iPhone or iPad only to discover that someone was caught with their eyes closed is finally a thing of the past, thanks to the remarkable new app Perfect Shot from TapMedia, LLC.

Designed to take advantage of advanced eye and blink technologies that are exclusively available in iOS 7, Perfect Shot ensures a single, flawless group shot every time via three simple steps:
* Users hold up their iPhone or iPad and get ready to take a group photo
* Perfect Shot automatically counts how many people are in the frame and detects each individual’s set of eyes and smile
* When everyone in the group is ready with a smile and open eyes – and not a moment before – the app automatically takes a single, perfect photo

And even more impressively, all of this counting, detecting, processing and perfecting takes place simultaneously, and in less than a second. Users can also save photos to their camera roll for safe keeping and easy sharing.

“Anyone who has taken a group photo – whether it’s among friends, at a wedding, on vacation, at work, or anywhere else – knows that trying to ensure that everyone is smiling and staring at exactly the same time is often an exercise in futility,” commented John Meyer of TapMedia, LLC. “And what’s more, many people simply don’t have the opportunity to re-take a group photo at all. Fortunately, with Perfect Shot they no longer have to worry. The app does all the work for them. All they have to do is point their device, wait a few seconds, and then take all of the credit for snapping a beautiful, flawless group shot!”

Mr. Meyer also added that his company, TapMedia, LLC, is donating 25% of all monthly profits from Perfect Shot sales to a user-selected charity via DevFund. “By partnering with DevFund, our users play a big role in helping someone in need. We’re honored to do our part to help make this happen, and encourage other app developers to do the same!”

Perfect Shot, the remarkable new iOS 7 exclusive app that finally ends blinking in group photos and ensures a single, flawless shot every time, is available now in the App Store.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* This app is optimized for iPhone 5
* 0.3 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Perfect Shot 1.1.1 is only .99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.

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TapMedia, LLC creates innovative and elegant apps for iOS, Mac OSX, and Android. The firm’s founder and CEO John H. Meyer is a technology entrepreneur and business & marketing strategist who prides himself in leading and developing new and innovative projects. By the age of 16, John had created over 35 apps, 6 of which climbed into the top 25 in the iTunes AppStore. In total, John’s apps have been downloaded more than 3 million times in less than 3 years. Copyright (C) 2013 TapMedia, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini, iPod touch, and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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