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Android: Fast Burst Camera allows any Android device to take rapid-fire snapshots in quick succession, much like the burst shooting modes on newer phones like the Samsung Galaxy S III and the HTC One X. The end result for you is that you can capture multiple shots—up to 30 frames in a second if you camera allows it—with your smartphone of a kid’s soccer game or a bird in flight and then sift through them later to stitch them into an animation or find the perfect shot among the many. More »
You don’t have to have a Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy Nexus, or Droid Razr to enjoy their boot animations. Androidbootanimations.com serves up these and several other custom animations in three different screen resolutions. More »
Volgens diverse bronnen is Nikon bezig met een Android-camera die binnenkort al moet gaan verschijnen. Het zal een camera worden die tot de CoolPix-lijn gaat behoren en hij zal direct verbonden…
Illegal dumping is a scourge that does untold environmental harm, yet a lack of data has long made the magnitude of the problem difficult to estimate. That’s where TrashOut comes in. The free mobile app not only gives consumers a way to report illegal dumps, but it also rewards them with badges for the steps they take toward getting those dumps cleaned up.
The brainchild of a Slovakian company by the same name, TrashOut is now available as a free app for both Android and iOS. Once users download it, they can use the TrashOut app to report any illegal dump they find, including a photo and any comments. That report will then appear on TrashOut’s online TrashMap. If the dump hadn’t yet been reported, users are rewarded with a reporting badge; if it had, they get a different badge for confirming it. Either way, users can then contact local authorities to get the dump cleaned up, or they can organize a clean-up themselves, earning the app’s most prestigious badge of all. The video below explains the premise in more detail:
Mobile technologies are equipping consumers to participate in environmental stewardship as never before. App-minded entrepreneurs: be inspired!
Spotted by: Murtaza Patel
Vandaag heeft de Google Translate app voor Android weer een update ontvangen. Ditmaal wordt OCR, Optical Character Recognition, toegevoegd aan de functionaliteiten. Met OCR krijgt de gebruiker de…
Web/iOS/Android/Mac: There’s no shortage of task managers for you to choose from, including many that sync across multiple platforms. Doit.im stands out as being one of the easiest to use, while offering just about every feature a GTD-lover would want. More »