This TuesdayDavid and Kaitlyn discuss the possible ‘iWatch’ with Chad Halvorsen. The three also talk about the fact that Twitter will be ranking everyone’s tweets. This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and eleventh episode.
Now that iPhone cameras shoot in 1080p, they’ve realistically become an alternative for significantly more expensive cameras, when shooting casual video, like home movies. You could probably even shoot a web-series with one and not too many people would even notice. However, what if you wanted even more control? What if you wanted a, borderline, professional level of control? …Control of frame-rate, white-balance, separate exposure and focus controls? If you wanted all that, and more, you’d be looking for the iOS App FiLMiC Pro.
2012 is here. It’s time to prepare yourself for catastrophic climate change, the switching of the poles, the atmosphere being cooked away by massive solar flares, the return of aliens, or jesus, or whatever. So you can see how having an app that provides you with near-real-time global climate data could come in handy, right? Ok, so maybe not all of us are stocking up our subterranean shelters, but Earth Now is still a neat app.
Even though Apple released a ‘week view’ in their, iOS native, Calendar App with the latest iOS update. As a calendar junkie, I continue to find myself underwhelmed with Apple’s Calendar App. I used Calvetica for awhile, back when it was the only App offering a ‘week view’ feature, until all my hopes and dreams were answered with the aptly titled Week Calendar.