Instragram by Facebook has been a total success among people who enjoy taking photos. While it is enjoying the popularity leaving other photo apps behind, there is this new photo app that seems to be making a name on the niche, the Oggl.
According to Ryan Dorshorst and Lucas Buick, Hipstamatic co-founders, this iPhone app is “a community for creative people to capture and curate their lives through photography.”
Inspired by the idea of “capture-first” shooting like any other photo app, Hipstamatic’s Oggl utilizes films and lenses and allows a user to edit the . . . → Read More: Hipstamatic’s Oggl for iPhone Competes with Instagram by Facebook
For the past week, Apple Inc. has been knocked-off by the highest mass-hacking event in the company’s history.
Almost seven million users of Apple devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch have cracked into the devices’ restrictions. They have used the recently released jailbreak tool Evasi0n.
According to the administrator of the app store for jailbroken devices called Cydia, Jay Freeman, the hacking app for the iOS is now recognized as the fastest-adopted jailbreak software in the history of Apple.
On Thursday, results have shown that the alternative app store of Freeman had picked up about 400,000 visits from . . . → Read More: Jailbreak Evasi0n Hits Record High
With the new developments added to the popular Kindle, they believe that what had been usually pointed out that there isn’t really a tablet market but just an Apple iPad market having competitors fighting over the remnants is more likely about to change.
The new $199 device named Kindle Fire introducing a multifunction color tablet to the popular Kindle amounts to less than half as much as an iPad 2.
Amazon did not just add color to the Kindle, Kindle Fire adds a strong capability to store and stream music, TV shows and movies. . . . → Read More: Amazon Launches its New Kindle Fire