FreePrints is a new iPhone app that will let you upload images from your camera roll and have prints delivered to you. The service offers up to 1000 free prints per year for 4×6 prints. Other sizes like 5×5 (for Instagram) are available for a cost. Shipping starts at $1.99.
Most of the reviews thus far on the iTunes App Store are glowing on both the quality and reasonable shipping costs. And, of course, the app is a free download as well.
FreePrints sounds like it might be a good way to get some of those images off of our iPhones and into printed form. Check out FreePrints here on the iTunes App Store.
360 Panorama lets you take big panoramic images with your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It’s the free App of the Week in the iTunes App Store. Normally, it runs just $0.99 and has a steller 4.5 star rating over 8289 ratings. The free deal expires Thursday 8/9/12.
Get it here at the iTunes App Store.
ikan’s $10 Cinema Forms app is now available on the iTunes App Store. From the description:
Cinema Forms app is a powerful tool that allows you to create, manage, and share production worksheets and legal releases directly from your iPad. With this app, you can now create call sheets, break down sheets, talent releases, location release, and so much more directly on your iPad.
• Portable and convenient
• Extensive Library of Forms (90+)
• Interactive Smart Forms
• Share as PDF to Dropbox or Email
• Customer Letterhead
• Rich Text Editor
• iCloud Backup
• Keyword Search
• Intuitive Interface
Diptic Sample from iPhone 4S
Diptic is currently available for FREE as the App Store “App of the Week.”
Diptic is an app designed to quickly and easily combine multiple photos to create a new image collage. It offers over 52 frames to choose from and the user is able to tweak brightness, contrast and saturation, adjust border color, width and curvature.
The new features added include 14 free filters to customize images, iPad 3 Retina Display and higher resolution export of the image collage created. Once created, the image can be saved to your device or shared with friends and family via email, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr or Posterous. Diptic will return to its normal price of $.99 once the promotion ends on July 19.
You can find Diptic here on the iTunes App Store.
Aviary is now available as an app on both iOS and Android. The app features a camera function, as well as powerful image editing features that allow you to apply Instagram-like looks, crop, rotate, add text and lots more.
At first blush, Aviary appears to be one of the better Android apps that I’ve used, although Camera Awesome and/or Camera+ should measure at or above Aviary’s features on iOS devices.
The app is free with additional presets available for in-app purchase. You can find Aviary on the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store.
Industry analysts love to analyze all that Apple does since it seems to get so many things right from a consumer perspective. One thing that Apple definitely got right in the iPhone 4S was the camera, which is arguably the best integration of a camera in a phone to date.
As more and more info is rumored and analyzed throughout the iPhone 5′s supply chain, it will be most interesting to see how the iPhone 5′s camera stacks up against the iPhone 4S. A recent quote from an analyst pegs the iPhone 5 to include an 8MP Sony image sensor (same as the iPhone 4S) and bumping the lens speed to an f/2.2 aperture (versus f/2.4 in the iPhone 4S). [click to continue…]