FIRST off, let me share with you a post from James Deakin where he shared an infographic in relation to the Anti-Distracted Driving Act. It’s a whole lot clearer and there’s more compromise so drivers like you and me can still use our navigation apps on our devices without getting flagged down.
iOS Camera Apps
Second in line, camera apps for your iPhone. Things are getting more and more interesting in the world of mobile photography. Pair one of these apps with the iPhone 7’s camera (or the 7 Plus’s dual cameras) and things are bound to get more interesting. PC Magazine came out with a list of 12 camera apps for your iPhone.
On that list, I, personally, have the Camera+ and I use it when I want to be more of the photographer in me than just taking quick snaps. I use the built-in camera app of iOS for those quickies. I love the fact that I can actually shoot in TIFF using my phone and have the option of transferring that photo to my laptop for further editing or just edit in my phone using Snapseed.
Not everything in the list is for free though. It’s to be expected from feature-packed apps with pro-level controls. (SunStar Philippines)