Unless you spent the last few years living in a cave, you have heard about the rising popularity of iOS devices (iPhone and iPad). You may also have heard about the rising popularity of Android devices. In case you don’t know, Android is a Linux based operating system developed by Google and it is an
Adobe Flash technology is available for iOS devices (not from the AppStore though…). Thanks to a new application for jailbroken iPhones and iPads, you can now run Flash on these devices. It comes from Comex, the man who developed browser-based JailbreakMe tool, and now he brings Frash to bring Flash to iPhones and iPads users!
Here’s a very interesting post that I found by Terry White, a fantastic guy from the country across the ocean… 😉 He created this great video tutorial on synchronising Lightroom 3 and your iDevices – how to synchronise your image from Lightroom into a folder on your computer so you could upload them to your
Hello everyone. I have just found out about a new application giving iPhone folks Flash on their phones. It’s called Cloud Browse and the way it works, is you launch the application and enter the web address you want to navigate to using the web button. Apparently it works on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Hello again. A couple more new features in Camera Raw 6 today. We talked a bit about Camera Raw 6 yesterday and I wanted to add a bit more to it. There are some more improvements to Post-Crop Vignetting: – in the Style menu there is a new Highlight Priority Mode with additional settings for