Briksoftware today announces Camouflage 2.0, a major update to their popular productivity application, now available in the Mac App Store. Perfect for Desktop video creation and other presentations from the OS X Finder, Camouflage 2.0 hides your Desktop icons for you. It allows for speedy activation or deactivation via a system menu or via HotKey. Users can even double-click on the desktop to open a new Finder window. Camouflage supports multiple screens and automatic wallpaper changing, too.
Dresden based design firm, iconsBerlin extends its icon collection with new tab bar icons for iPhone apps with Christmas motifs. The standard icon collection includes 30 assorted categories, with the new “Christmas” theme including 9 Christmas motifs like an angel, candle, Christmas tree, Santa Claus, snowflake, and snowman. All 527 tab bar icons were made for the high resolution of the iPhone 4 retinal display, and appear at a size of 60 x 60 pixels.
Dresden based design label iconsBerlin extends its icon collection for the tab bar in iPhone Apps. The new retina displays with 960×640 pixels, so tab bar icons appear in the resolution of 60×60 pixels for the best possible quality. The app icons in this collection are organized in 28 different categories and are based on the themes of Apple’s App Store. All icons correspond to the Apple HIG guidelines, with free updates of every collection extension for a period of one year after purchase.
SellYourMac today released Drunk Sharpie 1.2 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. Drunk Sharpie allows users to draw on and add embarrassing icons to pictures of their drunk, passed out friends before sharing the photos with others. There is a satisfying selection of funny icons for users to add to the photo too, such as a plunger, feather duster, blowup doll and other embarrassing props. Everything is included to create the perfect humiliating picture.