Transfer photos from your camera to your iPhone or iPad without having to use a laptop or a computer. Want to share the photos you’re taking before you get back to your studio or home? PhotoXchange is the answer!

Upon opening PhotoXchange for the first time, you will be asked to create a user account. This is a requirement to using PhotoXchange as your account will be used to backup photos to the PhotoXchange, you get 250mb for free, and use the pXc site to share your photos. You’ll need to enter your name, an email address, and password to create your account and once you’ve done this you’re on your way to transferring and sharing photos like never before.

On the main screen of PhotoXchange you’ll be able to access your photo library, import photos via wi-fi or the camera connection kit, access and edit your profile, and view settings such as IP addresses and FTP settings.

From the Library you’ll see all of the albums that are on your device, PhotoXchange pulls in the albums created in the Photos app. Selecting an album will show you all of the contents of that album and allow you to pick photos to preview before uploading and/or sharing. Once you’ve picked all of the photos that you’d like to preview tap on Show in the top right corner of your device and you will be brought to the Image Details page. At the Image details page, you can swipe through all of the photos you selected and if you’re happy with them you can then tap the Share button in the top right corner to proceed. In the share dialog, you can share your photos with Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Google+, Pinterest, Email, and your pXc Webpage. Choosing to share with the pXc Webpage will allow you to select up to 10 photos at a time to upload to a folder on your pXc FTP account. You’ll then be able to access them from the pXc website by signing in with your username.

The Import Page in PhotoXchange will allow you to connect to your Wi-Fi enable the camera, Eye-Fi card, Camera Connection Kit, an IP address, or any bonjour enabled camera. You’ll be able to import photos directly into PhotoXchange by using a web browser on your PC/Mac and then move them into your desired folders. The IP address for your device can be found in the Settings on the main screen of PhotoXchange. If you are using a Wi-Fi Camera, Eye-Fi card, bonjour enabled camera or the Camera Connection kit, your iPad will import photos into the Photos app and then from the Library page in PhotoXchange you’ll be able to access your newly imported photos.

The Settings of PhotoXchange will give you access to your device’s IP address, your pXc FTP domain, FTP username, FTP password, as well as the Home Path, FTP Root Directory, and the App Version. All of the IP and FTP access will need to be done in an FTP specific app on your iPad or a web browser from your PC. In these directories, you can access any of the photos that you’ve uploaded to your pXc account and then share them from the web. The IP address will allow you to import photos from your PC/Mac directly into the PhotoXchange app itself.

PhotoXchange is a valuable tool for any level of photographer, download PhotoXchange for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

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Take a photo, type a message, add an audio message, apply a filter, and share it with the world using photovoicemessaging!

From the My Feed section, you will be able to sell all of the posts that the users you are following have shared. They will be nice thumbnails of the photo, the users profile image, text, audio and location of the photo. Tapping on the play button will play the audio message that is associated with the image, giving the photo some emotion. Tapping on a post will highlight it with a green check mark allowing you to share it with your favorite social networks!

Posting your own photo is simple and easy to do. Tap on the green camera button on the bottom middle of the My Feed screen. You will be asked if you’d like to import a photo from your Photo Library or Take a Photo, choosing to take a photo will open the camera allowing you to take a photo to use and choosing photo library will allow you to import an image already on your device. Once you have the image that you’d like to use you’ll be able to add a filter, text title, and an audio message. When you’re happy with the result it’s time to share it with photovoicemessaging! Tap Next in the top right corner of the image editor and you’ll get to see the final result. From here tapping on the share button next to the title will allow you to share with your favorite networks and tapping on Close in the top right corner will close the screen and post it to you photovoicemessaging feed.

After your photo is posted you will be brought back to the My Feed screen. From here if you tap on the menu button in the bottom left corner, the menu will slide out, and you can navigate the rest of photovoicemessaging. There is an Activity page where you can see all of the photos that you’ve shared with your friends. The Settings will allow you to edit your profile, change your password, and views tips & tricks. There’s also an option to Take a Picture which will take you through the process of posting a photo! Everything is just a tap away with photovoicemessaging.

Simply take a photo to your liking, proceed to add effects, add audio, type a message, see your feeds– that’s the simplicity of photovoicemessaging!
Available for the iPhone in the App Store!

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In dripthat, your moments are organized into exclusive collections of photos and videos called drips. You can have your moments drip out over time to all of your followers so there’s always fresh content for them to view! Get started today.

Upon first launching dripthat you’ll be presented with the sign-in screen. Here you can sign-in with your existing account or create a new one. When creating an account you’ll need to provide a phone number that can receive text messages as you’ll receive a verification text to finish your account creation. Once your account is created you’ll be able to sign in on either an iPhone or iPod Touch as you’ll only need to verification text to create the account. Now that you’ve got an account created it’s time to create some drips.

Tapping on the camera icon from the bottom menu will bring you into the camera where you can begin capturing photos and/or videos to share with other dripthat users. Once you’ve captured the media you can apply filters to them and then share your drip. If you wanted to upload media that you’ve already captured top the dripthat icon in the top left corner, from any screen, and select Create a Drip.

You can select as few as one photo all the way up to hundreds of photos and/or video to drip. Once you have your media selected tapping on the thumbnail in the bottom of the screen will allow you to edit the photo by cropping it and applying filters. You can tap and drag photos to re-arrange them and dragging them out of the timeline will remove them from your drip. Once you’re happy with what’s in your drip tap next and give your drip a name and description. Once you’ve done that you’ll select if you want the drip to be public or select friends that you want to share with privately. Once you’ve selected your crowd it’s time to edit the Drip Dial, this will allow dripthat to “drip” out the media over a period of time. You can have each moment drip immediately or over a period of time. For example, if you have ten moments and choose to have them drip over 5 minutes, dripthat will post two photos per minute for 5 minutes. You can drip out media as low as 5 minutes and all the way up to 90 days, the counter in the middle of the screen will show you how often a piece of media will be dripped. Tap Start Drip and your drip will begin.

From dripthat’s main menu you will see Drip Worth posts, these are popular public drips from other users on dripthat. Tapping on View Public Drip will bring you into the users drip where you can see all of the photos and videos that have been dripped so far. You’ll also be able to like, comment, and share each individual photo or video as well as share the entire drip once you’ve view all of the photos and videos. Tapping on a users profile picture while viewing their drip will take you to their profile where you can view their other public drips, their followers and followings, and you can follow them on dripthat.

Swiping right from the Drip Worthy posts will bring you to the My Stream page. This is where you will see all of the drips that you’ve viewed as well as drips that have been shared with you. The most recently viewed drip will show at the beginning of the page and tapping on it will bring you to the photo or video that you left off on. If you are seeing too much of one person and you no longer want to see them in your My Stream page tap on the lock in the top right hand corner, here you’ll be able to approve and disapprove which users show up in your stream.

Shared how you want, when you want, and with who you want. Download dripthat for your iPhone!

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LifeTopix Organizer


Business owners and productivity heroes: this app is for you! Not a silly little list app – LifeTopix is an extraordinary all-in-one organizer.

LifeTopix is broken down into twelve main categories; Tasks & Projects, Shopping & Gifts, Events & Appointments, Travel & Places, People & Services, Health & Goals, Finances, Home & Assets, Education, Notes & Files, Media, and Bookmarks & Lockers. These categories will represent the bulk of LifeTopix and where you will also spend a majority of your time. Everything that you do inside of a category will be reflected on the main calendar of LifeTopix, so you can see everything at a glance without having to go deep inside of each category.

When you’re ready to add something to LifeTopix all you have to do is select the category you are wanting to add something too. For example, if you were planning a summer vacation to Hawaii you’ll go into the Travel & Places category, tap the “+” in the top right hand corner and select Trip from the menu. Here you will be able to add in all of the vital basic details for your trip such as; start and end dates, alerts, places, people, tags, locations, photos, and more. Once the basics are filled out you will see your trip details show up on the calendar in the LifeTopix main menu.

Where the power of LifeTopix really shines is when something has been added to a category. Take the trip to Hawaii that we created, from there you can add in sub-items such as; tasks, lists, appointments, reminders, notes, bookmarks, files, and more. When you add a task to your trip that task list will also show up in the main Tasks & Projects category. This is really helpful when you are wanting to look at specific items and don’t want to see the others. It allows you to focus on what you need to when you need to. And any thing that you check off the task in your trip details will also be checked off in the Tasks & Projects section as well. Talk about peace of mind.

Stop shuffling around in various apps and get your life organized with LifeTopix. Available for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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Disk Cartography


Disk Cartography scans and analyzes your disks and folders for real space hogs. It’s more than just a disk cleaning tool – Disk Cartography is a professional Mac data mapping app built with elegant simplicity.

Launching Disk Cartography will show you an overview of all of the disks currently connected to your Mac. This will include any internal hard drives, external hard drives, SD cards, thumb drives, network drives, and more. Next to each drive will be the thumbnail of the drive, that you usually see in Finder, as well as an indicator letting you know how much storage that drive is currently using as well as how much free storage is available. Next to each drive is a button labeled “Map It” and by clicking it will the true power of Disk Cartography be displayed.

Mapping a drive with Disk Cartography is a breeze. By clicking on Map It next to your desired drive will ask you to choose the folder that you would like to map out, you can choose to map the entire drive by choosing the root folder but that may take some time depending on the size of your drive. If you are wanting to map your main HD it is suggested that you choose to start with your user folder to get started. Disk Cartography will begin mapping the drive and you can see the results in real-time.

Disk Cartography mapping shows the drive in its entirety by displaying files & folders and showing how much occupied disk space each takes up. There are plenty of sorting options and filters that you can apply so you can quickly find the troublemakers on your drive. Disk Cartography will show and filter all hidden and system files, photos, videos, audio, documents, and archives that are on the drive you’ve mapped. You can then filter out files by size so you can the one that are taking up the most space first. From there if you select either a folder or file the “Delete Permanently” button in the top right hand corner will become green allowing you to delete those storage hogging files once and for all.

Download Disk Cartography and put your Mac’s storage back to good health.

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Final Countdown – Day Timer


With Final Countdown, you get stylish countdowns to events you specify with customizable themes and widgets.

Screen Shot 2015-04-21 at 11.03.32 AM copyFinal Countdown for Android is a great way to get accurate countdowns for any event or time that you want, and even includes customizable themes and the ability to create home screen widgets for each countdown timer. Final Countdown even gives you a convenient timer to count down using hours, minutes, and seconds.

To create a new countdown, tap the plus button in the title bar of the Events page of Final Countdown. Give the countdown a name and specify a date and time to count down to. Then you can configure more specific settings like timezone, recurring count downs, reminders, and ringtones.

Next, you can pick from one of the pre-made skins, edit the current skin, or create a new one. Skins can be customized with different fonts, colors, backgrounds, and borders, and more of each are unlocked with in-app purchases.

Final Countdown even lets you share countdowns, and add countdowns as home screen widgets on your home screen.

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Bingo Bash


Bingo Bash brings the entertainment of bingo and other fun mini games to your Android device.

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Playing bingo used to be a very time consuming affair, involving multiple people and lots of materials to play. Now, you can have all the excitement and entertainment of bingo right in your pocket on your Android device with Bingo Bash! Bingo Bash includes hundreds of levels, play rooms and styles, mini games, and of course endless bingo fun.

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You get started in Bingo Bash with Wonder Rooms, which feature locales from around the world, unlocking more and more rooms as you level up. Once you reach certain levels, featured rooms are unlocked for even more fun. Each bingo room has a cost and payout bracket, and the higher levels cost more, but also pay more for wins. When playing Bingo Bash, you have the option to buy one or two bingo cards using bingo chips, one of the in-game currencies. Chips are earned from playing the game by completing rounds, getting bingos, mini games, and more.

Those familiar with the rules of bingo will find themselves right at home playing Bingo Bash: you’re given a card (or two) that consists of a grid of numbers separated into five columns, one for each letter of the word bingo. One of these numbers is called out every few seconds, and if your card contains that number, you touch it to mark that number. The objective of the game is to complete an entire row, column, or corner to corner diagonal, at which point you call bingo on that card by tapping the button below each card to win! The round is finished when a set number of bingos are found.

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Bingo Bash goes beyond just bingo, and includes all kinds of prizes, gameplay variants, exotic game rooms, and additional mini games to keep you coming back for hours of entertainment. Every bingo and mini game rewards experience, and the more experience you gain, the more levels you can achieve and unlock.

Bingo Bash now exclusively includes Wheel Of Fortune bingo, bringing the world famous gameshow to enhance your bingo experience. Once unlocked, the Wheel Of Fortune room rewards winners with a chance to spin the famous wheel for big prizes.

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Rounds Video Chat & Group Call


Rounds Video Chat & Group Call not only lets you chat, but interact with your circle of friends through audio, video, text, games, and more!

Rounds Video Chat & Group Call gives you completely free voice and video calling and messaging on your Android device. You can even start group video chats and messages. Once your chatting, there are tons of ways to enhance the experience and interact in new ways. Then keep the good times going with Rounds’ group chat feature.

Since Rounds connects through Facebook, finding your friends is easy. Friends that are already using Rounds show up automatically in the friends list, and you can invite any of your Facebook friends with a couple quick taps.

Once you’re live with one or more of your friends, Rounds does more than just video: play a competitive game right on the screen. Games include current favorites, as well as the classics like Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon. Rounds doesn’t stop there, you can watch a YouTube video simultaneously, take and share photos, draw on the screen, and apply live video filters.

Rounds Video Chat & Group Call makes it easy to keep in touch with your friends, and is sure to earn a permanent spot on your Android device.

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PageMeUp, a brand new app for Mac users, was created with graphic & web designers in mind. PageMeUp is perfect for laying out documents such as magazines, flyers, business cards, posters, and more! PageMeUp also allows web designers to easily create and manipulate a website without the need of another application.

pagemeup_screenshot_ALaying out documents inside of PageMeUp is a breeze! From the Inspector on the right hand side of the screen you can set up your work area for the document you’d like to create. You can select some standard document sizes like business cards or a standard piece of paper. From there you can even set up margins and borders that you’d like to appear for ease of use. From there all you have to do is being entering in your text with the Text Box at the top of the screen and drag-and-drop images from your desktop or Finder menu. You can crop and scale images using the crop feature in the Inspector on the right. Holding Shift while scaling an image with scale it proportionally while holding Command with scale the mask alone. Once you have your document all laid out you can export it with industry standard ICC Color Profiles as well as high quality print-ready formats!

pagemeup_screenshot_BIf creating a website is more your site then PageMeUp has got you covered. Just as with graphic design, you’ll need to set up your document using the Inspector on the right side of the screen. There are some options that you’ll want to pay more attention to in the Inspector such as HTML links, rollover options, page headers, file downloads, hyperlinks, and more. These will all be found in the Inspector on the right hand side. Add in all of your text and images that you’d like for your page and that’s it. Simple as that. If you want to change the hierarchy of the site you can do so in the HTML menu on the left hand side of the screen. In the HTML menu you can create new pages as well as change the order of the ones you’ve created. Once your site is complete you can export them as HTML files and upload them to your web server for everyone to see. You can even see a live preview before you publish you site once you export the HTML files!

PageMeUp is going to be your one-stop-shop for all of your graphic and web design needs. PageMeUp has been designed to work on OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or higher and it even takes advantage of Full-Screen editing! Pick it up today for an amazing price of only $9.99!

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CliqPass Photo


CliqPass Photo is a fast new way to request and share photos with your contacts.

CliqPass is built specifically to make requesting photos and videos at full quality easily from anyone. Simply create a request with an album name and the contacts you are requesting files from, and CliqPass will create an email with a simple way for your recipients to securely upload photos and videos. Each request uses one of the three most common cloud file storage services; Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive.

Once invitees have accepted you request and uploaded media, you will receive a notification and you can preview the photos and videos directly in CliqPass before saving them to your device. Requests from others can be found in the Respond tab of the app, and you can respond and share any media you have on your device.

CliqPass is quick and easy, and saves you the hassle of figuring out the finicky process of creating a shared folder in your cloud services, adding permissions for your recipients to upload files, and then contacting them to ask for the photos and videos you need. The entire process is streamlined using CliqPass.

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