Posts Tagged ‘iPhone Apps’

Yesterday was quite the day in the world of Fortnite and Epic Games. By the time the sun came down Fortnite was no longer available in either Apple’s App Store or Google’s Play Store.

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Anonymous Camera app for iPhone will blur out faces, bodies, and even anonymize voice in videos or photos. Here are the details.

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Apple today announced a new website and app combination that offers COVID-19 guidance and information based on what the CDC recommends. Here are the details.

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With more and more of us left housebound by the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, Instagram has launched a way for people to donate to causes and get stickers and a new co-watching feature.

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Moment is a company that most people will associate with some of the best iPhone lenses around and now the outfit has a new video editing app called RTRO that comes packed with retro filters.

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If you’re someone who has a Facebook page, you might be interested in the new Creator Studio app. Here are the details.

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The new Office app for iPhone, which combines Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, is now available for download after an initial beta offering.

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FiLMiC hasn’t yet rolled the technology into FiLMiC Pro, but there’s a new – and free – app that you can try it out with. DoubleTake is available for download from the App Store now and it allows users to record from two different iPhone cameras simultaneously.

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Dash cams can be super important if you’re ever unfortunate enough to find yourself in an accident, but they can be costly and aren’t often the most elegant of solutions. But what if you could just use an app on your iPhone instead? That’s exactly what DUBL Drive is, and it looks like it could be quite the solution.

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The world of deepfakes is actually a scary one if you’re at all bothered about being able to look at a photo or video and know that it’s real. But putting that aside for a moment, a new app promises to let you take a photo of yourself and then add it to a GIF.

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You can now add the iPod Classic UI, complete with the click wheel, to your iPhone with this awesome new app. Here’s what you need to know about it.

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Apple has today updated the Clips app for both iPhone and iPad. This new version adds support for Animoji and Memoji for the first time, with those characters able to be used in videos as they’re created.

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