Posts tagged: iphone 5

Mar 28 2015

The most awesome new apps you might have missed this week + MORE

Hot deals ending soon: VPN protection for life, Dragon Dictate, BatteryBox & more [Deals]

- cultofmac.com

Hot deals ending soon: VPN protection for life, Dragon Dictate, BatteryBox & more [Deals]

Mar 28 2015

Here’s what Super Mario 64 looks like running on an iPhone 6

Here’s what Super Mario 64 looks like running on an iPhone 6

- cultofmac.com

Here’s what Super Mario 64 looks like running on an iPhone 6

The first 3-D Mario running on an iPhone 6. Screenshot: Cult of Mac

Excited that Nintendo is planning on releasing iPhone games in a new collaboration with mobile developer DeNA?
Here’s a taste of what it could end up being like: Nintendo’s gaming classic Super Mario 64 running on an iPhone!

Mar 27 2015

How The Apple Watch And iPhone 6 Plus Might Flip Your Mobile Computing Habits + MORE

The Beastgrip Pro Turns Your Phone Into A Mobile Video Rig

- techcrunch.com

The Beastgrip Pro Turns Your Phone Into A Mobile Video RigThe Beastgrip Pro is a rig system for your phone that lets you take better photos and video by adding stability, mics, lights, and lenses.
Nearly every aspect is modular or expandable. Depending on what you need to shoot, you might put your phone on a tripod for smoother shots, add a directional mic for better audio during interviews, or swap out lenses to capture wide-angle footage or to get better distance shots without hurting quality as with digital zoom. Every mount or thread uses a common photography standard, making it a great option for getting kids started with video using second-hand gear or for using your phone as an emergency on-shoot backup.
You can also remove parts of the rig by simply loosening some screws and sliding out complete segments in one go. So even though BeastGrip’s wide-angle lens can be adjusted to work with any size phone, you might want to swap it out entirely for your own third-party lenses. For instance, I found that using the BeastGrip to get the phone on a tripod and then using my own Moment  lens to be a great combination.

Mar 22 2015

Best deals of the week: KeySmart, 20,000mAh solar battery pack, Jamstik & more [Deals] + MORE

The Most Obscenely Expensive Apps for iOS

- gizmodo.com

The Most Obscenely Expensive Apps for iOS
If you thought $10 was highway robbery when it comes to apps, this colorful infographic should help put things in perspective.
It's arguable that a few of the apps listed here are worth their eye-popping price tag—Harrison's Principles, for instance, is basically a medical textbook for doctors, while IDIA is the veterinarian's counterpart. But others, like Water Globe, which is literally a $200 set of digital snow globes, will leave you seriously wondering what the human race has come to.
And then you've got your reeeally egregious cases like app.Cash, the $1,000 virtual cash register for iPhone. Yes, your money will be safe with this register's app developer, and once you pair it with your 10 thousand dollar Apple Watch, you won't be needing to make any additional deposits for a long time.
Read about all the most outrageously priced iPhone and iPad apps over at Business Insider. [Dadaviz]
Top image via Jody Sieradski / Dadaviz
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Best deals of the week: KeySmart, 20,000mAh solar battery pack, Jamstik & more [Deals]

- cultofmac.com

Best deals of the week: KeySmart, 20,000mAh solar battery pack, Jamstik & more [Deals]

Mar 21 2015

Yosemite & iOS 8 How-To: Record video from your iOS device on the Mac + MORE

Review: Elgato’s Game Capture HD60 livestreams your iPad, iPhone, and console games at 1080p/60fps

- 9to5mac.com

Over the past decade, video gaming became social, as voice chat, multi-player matchmaking, and live game streaming enabled gamers to share their experiences with friends and strangers online. Streaming game video was the hardest, requiring so much horsepower that consoles needed computer assistance. Elgato entered the market in 2012 with Game Capture HD, which was designed to record directly from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Now there’s a more powerful version called Game Capture HD60 ($180), which offers professional-quality full 1080p HD recording support at 60 frames per second, plus one-touch live streaming to uStream, Twitch, and YouTube. It works with iPads, iPhones and iPod touches using Apple’s Lightning to Digital AV Adapter, and Xbox One, Xbox 360, Wii U and PlayStation 4 game consoles with nothing more than an HDMI cable.
Elgato has years of experience making cutting-edge video recorders: back when Macs weren’t nearly as powerful as they are today, its EyeTV DVRs could record live TV while streaming video to iOS devices. Similarly, Game Capture HD60 lets you simultaneously enjoy lag-free gaming, stream live video to the Internet, and optionally include voice commentary with automatic audio level balancing. It also does all of these things with barely any need for user involvement. And although the price was just a little too high when it debuted last year, it’s now hovering around $150 — a great price given the quality of its video output. Read on for all the details…

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