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Today's Best Apps: Analog Camera, Clipper And Instruct

The App Store takes delivery of hundreds of new apps per day. The overwhelming scene makes it possible to easily overlook an exciting game, valuable productivity suite, etc. However, we have a solution. Today’s Best Apps tackles this problem by providing you with a handpicked and tested list of apps that are truly worth your consideration each and everyday. Remember: Even though in-app purchases typically require your iTunes Store password for processing, you can further prevent them and other unauthorized actions by enabling local restrictions using the passcode locked iOS parental controls.


Analog Camera by Realmac Software ($0.99, 5.0 MB): This camera app is a very simple, super quick, and elegant means of further beautifying photos. To start the process, you're presented with the viewfinder and a slide out drawer type of access to the iOS camera roll. In fact, go ahead and grab a few snapshots before moving onto the enhancement step. Even though there's no flash control or FaceTime camera selection, you do have the opportunity of utilizing separate or combined exposure and focus targeting or automatic mode. Once the moment is captured, tap on the photo in the camera roll preview to enter the filter application stage. All eight available filters as well as the export options are displayed in the continued effort for efficiency. If needed, tap on a preview to see the photos in full before exporting. Images can be saved to the camera roll, sent to another iOS app, and shared via email, Facebook, or Twitter. The listed price is a special introductory offer.

Clipper - Video Editor by Wander Bit LLC - Photo & Video Editor Apps and More ($0.99, 25.0 MB): Create a wonderful video-based slideshow or silent movie using this swift clip combining app. The process is very straightforward with all of the necessary tools at hand. After selecting the desired videos, which are taken directly from the iOS camera roll, Clipper will construct an initial compilation and apply the default audio track. Editing options consist of simple dragging to rearrange the video clips as well as icon-style buttons to select the background music and apply an optional visual filter. When everything looks and sounds perfect, share your masterpiece instantly via email, Twitter and Facebook or save it to the iOS camera roll. The app includes five freely usable instrumental audio tracks, iPod library integration, and 10 filters. Videos are exported in the QuickTime format (.mov) at up to 720p HD quality.


Instruct - Email Organized by Negative Construct LLC (Free, 10.0 MB): Take advantage of the great management features of this slick Gmail email client to efficiency tackle that digital stack of messages. At surface level is a primarily monochrome flat user interface with a toolbar, unified inbox for multiple accounts, and two appearance options: list view while in portrait orientation and a page preview layout when in landscape. Dive in and you'll soon realize how Instruct initially helps by automatically sorting and filtering messages based on priority and even content, such as an event date. Of course, plenty of manual filing is possible, including Read It Later and Important bins as well as the aforementioned scheduled content pile. In addition, there's a recently viewed list and a hidden menu to navigate standard folders like Drafts, Sent, Spam, Trash, etc.

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