Facebook Announces Facebook Camera for iOS, Seriously Amazing

Following the acquisition of Instagram, Facebook has just launched a brand new camera app for iOS that will surely kill the entire purpose of Instagram. With a stunning user interface to match that of Instagram, a revolutionary social connection and a break-through concept, the “Facebook Camera” App appears to be a success at first sight. Facebook Camera allows you to instantly snap pictures, add effect, add tags and share with your friends and family via Facebook. Read More

iPod touch Front Panel Leaked

new ipod touchSources have provided MacRumors with photos of a new leaked front panel of a longer all new iPod touch. The supplier claims that the new screen will be at 4.1 inches diagonally. It still appears that Apple is testing out different screen sizes at the moment as other sources claim that the new iPod touch screen could also measure 3.95 inches or even exactly 4 inches. Read More

Packing Pro Will Help You With All Your Packing Needs

packing proPacking Pro has been nominated as a finalist for the best App ever for the year 2010 and 2011. Packing Pro plans to help you with all your packing needs during the time of a travel. Available for iPhone and iPad, Packing Pro has a gorgeous user interface that makes managing a list of all items that have to be packed incredibly fun and exciting. Read More

Going to Great Britain? Keep mX Great Britain Guide App Handy

great britainmX Great Britain is a comprehensive application developed by Mobiexplore. It’s a personal guide for those who want to tour the Great Britain without getting lost. With numerous options, it’s got to be the best guide available for iPhone and Android for exploring Great Britain. With this app, you can explore the Great Britain on your mobile. Featuring a guide of more than 37 destinations, it packs every bit of information a tourist needs. Categorizing the information into transport, discover, rooms, eat, shopping, news and media, it presents a fairly simply interface. Read More

Automatic Downloads of Mac Apps Coming With Mountain Lion

automatic downloads9to5Mac have just discovered a new feature in the developer preview of Mountain Lion that further proves that the Mac is slowly undergoing – iOSification. As the screenshots shows, now when you download a new App via the Mac App Store and if you have “Automatic Downloads” turned on, the same App will instantly be installed on all of your other Macs with the same iTunes account. Exactly what happens with iOS. Read More