Chicago based Tron Quixote announces Luminancer 1.3, an update to their photography app for iOS devices. Using techniques borrowed from video synthesis and light painting, Luminancer simulates long exposure photography and analog video feedback allowing users to capture expressive and poetic still images. The generative, real-time effects in Luminancer makes for an engaging visual experience. Version 1.3 offers new real-time filter processing and compatibility with the iPad 2.
Polymash Inc. today introduces the FilmOneFest app for iPad. The FilmOneFest app is a collection of one-minute films from filmmakers all around the world with supporting stories, artists’ statements and interviews. The app gives visibility and voice to film makers across the world, enabling their talent to serve and inspire others to question, experiment, explore, laugh, cry, and unite us in our common humanity in this one-minute format.
Viaden Mobile has launched a Mac version of its acknowledged app for iPhone/iPod touch, All-in Yoga. This professional yoga app can be used by both beginners and professionals. Providing a solid database of yoga asanas and workouts, the app gives users a lot of room for improvisation and creativity. The interaction algorithms utilized in All-in Yoga give users more freedom in creation and yoga practice than competitor products. The application provides three modes of program selection.
Ontario based RapidWeaver theme developer seyDoggy is excited to introduce Kleer, a new theme that utilizes the full power and potential of smart technology but with a strong focus on form and polish. As a seyDoggy Ultimate theme, Kleer comes fully loaded with powerful features including a built in slideshow. seyDoggy has also employed the new HTML5 and CSS3 working drafts. Kleer officially supports the most recent versions of IE, Safari, Firefox, Opera, and Chrome.
Readdle today releases PDF Expert for iPad 2.1, an update to its cutting edge application for editing PDF forms and annotating PDF documents. Companies can equip their employees with the iPad and PDF Expert to take customer orders, fill out insurance forms, legal documents and prepare inspection reports on the go. When opened in PDF Expert, a PDF form behaves exactly like within desktop PDF editor. Text fields, check boxes, radio buttons, and other interactive elements are fully supported.