Randomness always forces you into new inspiration, and that’s what I like in this app by Studio ROOM. Every day it invites you to make 1 photograph at a random time. Stop what you’re doing for a second, click & go. The result: a random photowall full of inspiration.
Today is a big day for the boys ‘n girls over at nu.nl. The makers at Makerstreet, in this case respresented by Resoluut & Soda, helped them to recreate their mobile presence. So now you can read the latest news on-the-go or read them later on your iPad and your Windows 8 device. Ofcourse it got an updated look & feel and tons of new features.
I’m proud to present Kuvva for iPhone: a beautiful wallpaper gallery. Our team made a simple and elegant image gallery, offering downloadable images from artists, photographers, and designers from around the world. Check out this pretty awesome video by @joostvanderree, who also worked on the design of the app.
is an iPhone application which allows kids to enjoy driving from the back seat of their car. The player controlling My Car follows Papa Car, whose moves mirror the route of the real car in which the player is riding, using the iPhone’s GPS functionality and Foursquare API.
A very good example of using real environments in a video game.
Last year it was Charlie Sheen, this year Comedy Central is roasting Roseanne Barr. Now can roast along at home with the 2nd screen (and 3rd screen) web-apps from Comedy Central and SuperHeroes. The show aired August 20th in Holland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, and Sweden, but you can still enjoy the highlights on the app.
Chirp is an incredible new way to share photos, webpages, contacts using sound. Chirp sings information from one iPhone to another. Nice idea because sound is everywhere, there are billions of loudspeakers on Earth. Think of concerts, radio or even youtube video’s
There has been a strong influx of stylish weather apps in the AppStore lately, especially since Adam Whitcroft released his Climacons. You might like this one, or this, or this, or perhaps this (iPhone version in beta), this, or even this. For something more comprehensive and useful, I’d recommend this though.
Planning social events just got quick, painless and pretty damn good looking with Twelve Twenty’s new iPhone app Get Together. Everything in the app is geared towards speed in planning. You just select a time slot, pick a subject and add participants, all the rest are details you can decide on later. This app does one thing well: