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Today's Best Apps: Cameragram And Bugshot

he 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

iPhone:

Cameragram by Digital Ruby, LLC ($0.99, 5.5 MB): Easily create whacky and wild videos and photos using this lens simulation app. Available with realtime previewing, the selection bin includes common choices like sepia and sketch, simple RGB overlays, the more unique glass globe and fisheye perspectives, plus a few fun distortion effects, such as bulge and swirl. As a bonus, some even offer manual positioning via a single finger drag. The app features a flat user interface, 20 virtual lenses, as well as support for LED torch mode, both the iSight and FaceTime camera, landscape or portrait, fullscreen, and up to 1920x1080 resolution quality for both video and images. NOTE: Enabling full-HD (1080p) requires activating the option within the settings area and completely restarting the app by closing it in the multitask manager.

Universal:

Bugshot by Full City ($0.99, 360.8 KB): This screenshot annotation app is the quickest and easiest tool for highlighting visual mistakes within apps, on web pages, and more. Extremely simple and straightforward, the import gallery area shows only screen captures stored in the iOS camera roll and editing mode includes a single, clean toolbar. To highlight items, you may utilize an arrow or encapsulating rectangle, both of which feature a bold orange look that's an obvious focus grabber, by just dragging a single finger. If necessary, the annotations can be removed using a double tap or dragged into a new location. When finished, tap the share action button in the top-right then select the appropriate option to save the modified image back to the camera roll, post to Twitter or Facebook, attach to an email message, or copy for export to another iOS app.

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