Sparklers pictures are a fun and festive part of any 4th of July gathering. Find out how you can document the day by taking long exposure photographs on your smartphone. Your Instagram feed is going to shine!
Now that January is over, most of the buzz about New Year's resolutions has faded away. But that's no excuse to let your goals fall by the wayside. There are lots of ways to use your phone to help you stay on track... so today I'm sharing nine of my favorite free apps that will help you maintain your goals now that we're well into 2018.
Where is summer running off to in such a hurry? Even though I'm a bit sad to see another season come to a close, I'm quietly giddy about the return of autumn. I can't help myself, I'm just so in love with the season. Big scarves, chilly breeze, pumpkin-flavored everything... it's hands-down the best season ever. While there are still a few weeks remaining until fall is officially here, I've got just the project to start you transitioning. If you too are excited about hearing the crunch of leaves under your feet, here are some fall iPhone case designs that are free to print and easy to use.
I had a good chuckle when I first spotted this "DIY" iPhone case. It's a little bit kitschy, a little bit genius, and a whole lot of random. But what I really want to know is, what do you guys think?
Crafty tech heads or techy crafters: this one's for you!
Have you ever picked out a piece of furniture that you imagine will look great in your space and then once you get it home and situated, you think to yourself "What the heck was I thinking?" Well, I've discovered an iPhone app that will give you a good idea of what a piece will look like in your very own space. I chose the above chair, took a photo of the blank space in my office, emailed this to myself so I could show you.
Can't afford an iPhone? How about turning your fridge into one? Use these 18 cool and clever magnetic apps to organize your life. Take it one step further, as Think Geek suggests, and
Confession: One of my all time favorite movies is Groundhog Day and every February 2nd, I have to watch it. SO you can imagine my reaction when I spotted this groundhog iPod Touch/iPhone case. Mollie tells us what we need to whip one out
One big paperclip bent just so and you have yourself an iPhone stand, perfect for watching your favorite videos hands free. The maker has included a pdf template to show us where to bend the bugger. Photojojo tells us the stand can make a good impromptu tripod for a point and shoot too!
Check out the FREE downloadable PDF of this minimal yet elegant paper dock for iPhone and iPod Touch.
This, my friends, is big news. If you happen to have an iPhone or iPod Touch, you'll definitely want this cool app developed by Benjamin Moore. Here's the complete blurb from nytimes.com:
"Created by interior designer Mark Lewison, Mark On Call™ for the Apple® iPhone and iPod Touch, lets the interior design professional, their clients—and do-it-yourselfers alike—plan, preview and carry out their design visions while staying organized and within budget."
So, it seems that Mark Lewison has a bit of an ego issue, but I can certainly see this being useful when at the hardware store or when shopping for furniture. It's...
Delerium over on Instructables posted this incredibly clever method of turning a business card into an iPod/iPhone stand. Why make such a stand? To watch your vids without having to hold the device, thereby preventing hand-crampage.
What you need:
A standard business card.
A scissors, or knife
What you do:
Just follow this schematic.