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How to Spotlight an Image in Photo Gallery

Published on May 27, 2013 by in iOS, Photo

Do you know how to spotlight the important part of a picture in your photo gallery? That is to say, if some part of a photo is more important than the other and needs to be emphasized, you can take the advantage of color differentiation to attract people’s eyes. For this purpose, I will introduce a newly developed app named Color Spotlight to all iOS device users.

colorspotlight-logoGeneral Information
Released: May 21, 2013
Version: 1.0
Size: 3.2 MB
Language: English
It can convert the rest of the photo into black and white and keep the selected part in full color to spotlight the important part of this photo.
colorspotlightKey Features
1. Load photos to edit from your Camera Roll/Photo Library.
2. Zoom in/out photos by a pinch gesture with two fingers.
3. Pan left/right, up/down photos with finger movements.
4.  Zoom in photos to attain pixel level accuracy with your fingers.
5. Two brushes (color and grey) allow you to color or grey photos back and forth.
6. Adjustable bush size, big for efficiency, small for accuracy.
7. Rapidly adjust brush size in the fly with the slider.
8. Tap on photo to hide toolbars and color splash photos in full screen mode.
9. Undo function supported. You can correct your mistakes or accidental brush strokes any number of times.
10. Save multiple sessions for future editing. You can continue from where you left off last time by retrieving the saved sessions.

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Requirements
Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Require iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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If you are interested in Color Spotlight, you can find it on the App Store. Color Spotlight does the job for you effortlessly. Color Spotlight gives you the freedom to add color to any part of your photo to make the selected areas more eye-catching and focused.

 

 
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New Way to Grab Photos from Videos

Published on May 20, 2013 by in Photo, Video

If you are watching a movie or a video with your iPad , iPhone or iPod Touch, and you like some moments of the film, how do you get that moment in the twinkling of an eye? The Video to Photo Grabber is developed to solve this problem. It is a newly released app for iOS devices. The following content is a brief introduction on it.

General information

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Released: May 07, 2013

Version: 1.0

Size: 4.2 MB

Languages: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

 

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Requirements
Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation), iPad Wi-Fi + 4G, iPad (4th generation), iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular (4th generation), iPad mini and iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular. Require iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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Description
Videos can be loaded directly from Camera Roll to the Video to Photo Grabber app, then you can inspect the video frame by frame and pick up the one you like to save as still image. The photo will be saved at the same resolution as the source video. For iPhone5, iPhone 4S, the new iPad,iPad mini, the still frame photo has a resolution of 1920×1080, just like a 200M pixels digital camera.

customerreviewsIf you are interested in it, you can go to the App Store to get the detailed information. There are also some introduction about its features and usage on its main site.

 
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How to Share Videos in Large Size Quickly

Published on May 8, 2013 by in Video

Have you ever come across such situation that it is very slowly to transfer large videos between iOS devices? For example, it may take more than 40 minutes to transfer a movie beyond a length of 2 hours. It is a waste of time, and it is a challenge of patience. I will introduce a solution for all of you.You ‘d better make use of some video apps to slim your video size. Then transfer them between multiple devices. Let’s have a look at the Video Slimmer App.

 

videoslimerappVideo Slimmer App can shrink video files on your iOS device to a smaller file size while keeping good video quality. It is designed for iPhone, iPad or iPod. It facilitates the process of video sharing with iTunes, emails, iCloud, iMovie, etc. A 5-minute video can take up to 0.5GB, and with Video Slimmer App, you can save up to 80% space in a snap. It is available on the App Store.

 

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Some Outstanding Features

1. Easily Save up to 80% Space
Directly compress or trim videos on your iPhone/iPad/iPod. Generates small videos and movies with fair quality.

2. Batch and Fast Processing
Support multiple thread video processing. You can batch add video sources and slim them down at the same time. Output high quality videos at blazing fast processing speed.

3. Trim or Merge Videos
You can trim long video or merge short video clips. To join short video clips or remove unwanted part of videos with this Video Slimmer App becomes so easy.

4. Customize Videos
You can make custom videos using this video tool. For example, you can adjust video dimensions (width/height), video file size, video quality. Various optimized presets, simple tap to apply.

5. Share your Videos between devices
Easier to share converted videos. You can save compressed videos to Camera Roll on iPhone/iPad/iPod, wirelessly transfer to computers using your wi-fi network or open and edit with third party video apps and editors, like the notable iMovie.

If you are interested in sharing videos between devices wirelessly, you can try the so-called iPhone to Computer Transfer. It can not only share video between iPhone and computer, it can also transfer videos between iPad and iPhone, iPhone and iPod, iPad and computer, etc. It takes advantage of WiFi network. There is no need of iTunes and USB cables. SO it saves some time as well. Come here to get more about the transfer.

 
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iPhone to Computer Transfer Upgraded to Version 3.2

iPhonetoComputerTransferThe iPhone to Computer Transfer has been upgraded to the version 3.2.

Some detailes about the new version

  • 1. Category: Photo & Video

2. Updated: Apr 27, 2013

3. Version: 3.2

4. Size: 19.0 MB

5. Languages: English, Chinese, German, Japanese, Russian

What’s New in Version 3.2

Add Germany and Russian version.

Requirements

Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later. It is optimized for iPhone 5.

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How to Transfer Videos from iPhone to iPad with iCloud

Except photos and music, iCloud can transfer videos between iPhone and iPad as well. Previously, we have shown the way to transfer videos between iPhone and iPad with iPhone WiFi Transfer. In the following content, we will show another method with the iCloud.
Requirements: iTunes in the latest version; iOS 5.0 or later; 3G or WiFi network.

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Part1 Upload Videos from iPhone to iCloud

1. Log in your Apple ID account. Tap the “Settings” tab on iPhone to select ‘iCloud’ item.

2. Turn on the “Back Up to iCloud” in the “Storage&Backup” window. Then click “Back Up Now” to upload iPhone videos to iCloud.

Part2 Download Videos from iCloud to iPad

1. On the iPad, tap “Settings -> Store”, and choose “Videos” as the automatically downloaded file type.

2. Tap the iCloud icon to download the music to your iPad.

This method is only suitable for the videos downloaded from iTunes. The iCloud provides 5GB of storage for free. It means you only get 5 GB for free no matter how many Apple devices you own. If your files are exceeding 5GB, you have to pay for a larger storage.

If your videos are not purchased from iTunes, or your storage is beyond 5GB, or you wouldn’t like to pay extra money to buy larger storage, you’d better try iPhone WiFi Transfer. It also makes use of WiFi network, but it is much cheaper than buying larger iCloud storage. If you would like to know more about it, you can go to App Store to get the details.

How to Transfer iPhone Music to iPad with iCloud

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How to Transfer iPhone Music to iPad

Have you purchased lots of songs from iTunes? Would like to share them between multiple Apple devices, such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch? Traditionally you can use iTunes. If you are interested in some other new method, it is the right place here. In the following content, we will take advantage of iCloud which is an Apple email, storage and data synchronization subscription service to sync photos, music, movies, videos, apps, contacts and mails from one iOS device to another, such as iPhone to iPad, iPad to iPod, iPhone to iPod, etc.

We have talked about how to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad with iCloud already. Then let’s come to transfer music from iPhone to iPad. The steps are similar to the photo transferring.

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Requirements: iTunes in the latest version; iOS 5.0 or later; 3G or WiFi network.

Part1 Sync Music from iPhone to iCloud

1. Log in your Apple ID account. Tap the “Settings” tab on iPhone to select ‘iCloud’ item.

2. Turn on the “Back Up to iCloud” in the “Storage&Backup” window. Then click “Back Up Now” to upload iPhone music to iCloud.

Part2 Download Music from iCloud to iPad
1. On the iPad, tap “Settings -> Store”, and choose “Music” as the automatically downloaded file type.

2. Tap the iCloud icon to download the music to your iPad.

This method is only suitable for the music downloaded from iTunes. The iCloud provides 5GB of storage for free. It means you only get 5 GB for free no matter how many Apple devices you own. If your files are exceeding 5GB, you have to pay for a larger storage. You can get more information here.

 
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How to Transfer iPhone Photos to iPad with iCloud

We have talked much about how to transfer photos from iPhone to iPad. In this article, we will take the advantage of iCloud to transfer iPhone photos to iPad. If you are not familiar with the iCloud, you can look at the previous article: What iCloud Is and How It Works.

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Requirements: iTunes in the latest version; iOS 5.0 or later; 3G or WiFi network.

Part1 Sync Photos from iPhone to iCloud

1. Log in your Apple ID account. Tap the “Settings” tab on iPhone to select ‘iCloud’ item.

2. Turn on the “Back Up to iCloud” in the “Storage&Backup” window. Then click “Back Up Now” to upload iPhone photos to iCloud.

Part2 Sync Photos from iCloud to iPad

1. On the iPad, select “Settings -> Store”, and choose “Photos” as the automatically downloaded file type.

2. Tap the iCloud icon to download the photos to your iPad.

Except photos, you also can transfer music, movies, videos, apps, contacts and mails from iPhone to iPad with the iCloud.

The iCloud provides 5GB of storage for free. You only get 5 GB for free no matter how many Apple devices you own. Apple also offers 20 GB, 50GB and more to purchase for users. If your files are exceeding 5GB, you have to pay for a larger storage. In this case, you’d better choose the iPhone WiFi Transfer to finish this job. The transfer is much cheaper than the 20 or 50 GB iCloud storage.

On the other hand, the iCloud cannot help you transfer photos between iPhone and computer(Windows and Mac), but the iPhone WiFi Transfer can do that for you. The iPhone WiFi Transfer cannot transfer music,apps, contacts and mails between multiple devices. So we cannot say one is superior to another one.  You need to make a wise choice according to your personal requirement.

How to Transfer iPhone Photos to iPad with iPhone WiFi Transfer

How to Transfer iPad Photos to iPhone with iPhone WiFi Transfer

 

 
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How to Transfer Photos and Videos Taken on iPhone to iPad

Published on April 17, 2013 by in iPad, iPhone

It is much more convenient to take photos and shoot videos with iPhone than taking an extra camera. Nowadays, the pixel and sharpness of iPhone are nearly comparable to a camera. Have you taken and shot many photos and videos on your journey? Would like to share them with others, or store them on some other devices? Have you ever tried to transfer those photos and videos from iPhone to iPad via iTunes? Have you ever felt frustrated because you lost or forgot USB cables? There is another solution for such circumstances. The iPhone WiFi Transfer makes full use of WiFi network to transfer photos and videos between multiple devices. The app plays the role of iTunes, and the WiFi network plays the role of USB cable.

Are you interested in it now? Please read the following content.

Step1 Install and run the transfer app on the iPhone and iPad. Make sure the iPhone and iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
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Step2 Tap the “Send” button on iPhone, and select “Send Photos & Videos To: iPod iPhone iPad” tab.
Step3 Choose an album to send photos on iPhone to iPad
Step4 Select photos one by one or “Select All” files of the album
Step5 tap the “Receive” button on iPad.
iphone-photo-ipad-5Step6 Detect devices and select iPhone as the source device. Tap the device name to connect to your iPhone. If your device is not shown, you can “Refresh Devices”.
Step7 Select album or create a new album for the newly transferred photos.
Step8 Download files from iPhone to iPad. Tap the “Download” button to proceed. There will be an authorization for the downloading on the iPhone.

If those files have been saved on your iPad already, you can skip them to avoid duplicated copy or download them again.

The above description is just a very brief one. This process is the same to the guide—How to Transfer iPhone Photos to iPad Mini. You can get the detailed guide there.

 

 
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    Reviews on App Store

  • Unbelievable!!!!!! ★★★★★
  • by CalcountR- Mar 25,2013
  • This app is so worth the money. It’s amazing how it transfers right in front of your eyes. Great investment.