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Smart Photo Album – PhotoCal PRO (for iPad) ($0.99, 2.9 MB): This app reminds me of iPhoto for Mac. It’s a complete photo and video management solution for the iPad. You can sort media by date and scroll through an album view. The app also has a useful sidebar where you can view a photo or a video’s geo-tag and scroll through your media with the sidebar calendar. The app also offers a great interface and has a fantastic price for the features offered.
VoxCamera ($3.99, 8.6 MB): Don’t worry about that shaky hand of yours, VoxCamera for iPhone lets you snap photos with your voice. The app is quite useful if you want to take a group photo, where, just by saying “cheese” you can instantly snap a photo. While the interface is quite basic, the app’s functionality does not really require much of an interface since you will be controlling it with your voice most of the time. However, I would have liked to see social networking integration in this app, for easy photo-sharing.
Folder Secret ™ ($0.99, 13.7 MB): Do you have photos you would like to keep private? Or do you have no choice because you’ve got nosy friends? Well then Folder Secret is here to help. With a pattern lock, like the one on Android, you can keep all your photos and videos private. Additionally, the app also features auto-locking systems, and timer-activated locks to keep your data as secure as possible. Best of all, the app already looks like a regular folder on the home screen, so intruders may not even make it to the app.
MinePix for iPad ($1.99, 342.0 KB): Who doesn’t love Minecraft, right? But do you love it to the extent that you’d like to turn yourself into mash-up of Minecraft blocks? MinePix does exactly that. All you have to do is snap a photo and let the app do the rest. MinePix even lets you pick the material of your blocks so you can customize your pictures accordingly, how cool is that?
That’s it for today. Did we miss anything? Tell us in the comments!