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The latest update to Flying Meat's image editor, Acorn, brings the ability to apply non-destructive layer styles, quickly remove an image's background, and more.
Photoshop SDK moves Adobe's flagship image editor into the realm of mobile app development.
Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Subscription Editions seek to make pro level apps more affordable.
Photo Lapse, an offering from developer Brian King, is the latest entry in the field of time-lapse photography. Like Everyday, another time-lapse photo app released in mid-March, the app is pitched as the perfect product to take a picture of yourself or your kid every day.
Online storage and backup service Mozy has released its iPhone app, which allows customers to remotely browse, search, download, or even share files from all of their backed up computers.
The latest Aperture 3 update addresses iPhoto importing issues, as well as library and adjustment bugs.
Always wanted to create one of those "photo of myself every day" videos, but haven't had the motivation or equipment? A new app called Everyday turns your iPhone or iPod touch into your simple, narcissistic photo and video companion.
Barely a week after its debut, the Instagallery app—an iPad viewer for Instagram photos—has been updated with new features and iPhone compatibility.
A minor update to this feature-packed Flickr client brings AirPlay support for Flickr videos.
The newest version of the color viewing app allows for zooming and an improved algorithm for viewing your walls and furniture in different colors.
Host Chris Breen discusses GarageBand for the iPad. He's then joined by Jeff Carlson to talk about the latest iMovie for iOS devices.
If the popular Instagram app for iPhone has had a shortcoming, it's that--until recently--there's been no easy way to view photos outside of the phone. Now InfinitApps is offering a solution with its new Instagallery app for iPad.
On Thursday, Apple released a major update to its iMovie app, adding support for the iPad 2 and a myriad of new features. The app sports a completely redesigned interface, precision editing tools, new multitouch gestures, support for multiple audio tracks, and more.
The iPhone has enjoyed a slew of photo apps that make it easy to add style and effects with just a tap or two. Now the trend is coming back to the Mac, and The Iconfactory has taken its shot with Flare.
The revamped MultiCorder videography app from Mirage Labs is crammed so full of features that developers are promoting it as "the Swiss Army knife of camcorders." Among those militaristic attributes: a "spy cam" setting that lets users make surreptitious recordings.