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Today's Best Apps: Video Filters And Pixit App

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.


Pixit App by Driss Benamour (Free, 992.4 KB): Easily add flare to your messages, posts, tweets, etc using this meme database app. The idea isn't to stop you from creating the enjoyably captioned photo masterpieces, rather provide a means to get one on the spot. For example, maybe you just said something careless and stupid to a friend. Well, with this app, you can quickly find an adorable puppy dog saying "I'm sorry" and make things better. Perhaps not fixed, but better. The same goes for almost any situation, and the process is extremely simple and quick. Start typing keywords and results will immediately begin to appear. Next, scroll through the previews, select the one you want, then either tap and hold to copy the image, which can be pasted right into the instant message and so on, or tap Text, Email, or Pixit buttons to paste a link.


Video Filters by i4software ($3.99, 4.0 MB): This full-featured camcorder app is a great asset for both the amateur and professional videographer. At the forefront is an easy access user interface that allows quick toggling of the LED torch, active camera, adjustments of the digital zoom and capture settings, selection and activation of filters, pause video import, plus a still image shutter button. Offering a wide range of enhancements, the 100 real-time filters are browsable in three different views and grouped into several categories, such as sepia, vintage, toon and emboss, sketch, polarizer, light and shadow, gradient, as well as day and night. Some of the more notable capture settings consist of date and time stamp, stabilizer, FPS, and playback speed. In addition to the video recording capabilities, the app provides very handy camera functionality. While recording, photos may be seamlessly grabbed at any time from single frames, which are up to 1920x1080. When in standby mode, still images get saved at full resolution with any chosen filter intact. So, you're really getting two-apps-in-one.

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