If you’re a keen Instagrammer and you live by the camera of your smartphone, you’ll be happy to hear you have new filters inbound, as well as a way of switching off the ones you don’t like.
Most of us love taking photos on our smartphones, and with photographic social networking services like Instagram, VSCO, and Facebook, many of us are finding outlets to send our social creativity, but printing just doesn’t happen anymore, and Canon wants to change that.
Digital photo frames haven’t changed much over the years, and we don’t know too many people who still use them, but that could change thanks to a Kickstarter project that’s gone into full production making a delightfully retro photo frame for lovers of Instagram.
2013 might just be the year of the "selfie," a self-portrait taken with a phone, so why not end the year with a photo inspired by that?
Everyone’s favourite retro imaging services has added a feature over the weekend, and it’s good news if you don’t want people checking your photos publicly.
This week on the Geeks, it's time for a quick holiday gift guide, as well as some news and a review of the Sony PlayStation 4. Grab your Santa hat and listen in!
We like Instagram, we’re glad Windows Phone 8 users can now take it for a spin, joining Android and iOS users with digital retro bliss, but what if you want to eat your photos?
Is Instagram not playful enough for you? We totally get it, and apparently so does someone else, crafting an app that makes it possible to make retro images with more tweak-ability than ever before on Android.
Ever since Microsoft released Windows Phone into the world, the lack of apps available on other platforms has been a problem. Good news, though, as one of the most requested apps is finally on WP8.
Big news coming out from the other side of the world where Nokia held an event to show that it has bigger things up its sleeve. Literally.
There are staffers here that aren't ashamed to use Instagram, the vintage inspired social snapper designed for Android and iOS devices, making it possible to share memories with a look like that of yesteryear. Now, Instagram is adding video, making it possible to make those memories more than just single frames.
Those of you who use Windows Phone and miss out on Instagramming friends – you know, with those retrofresh images – might have something official to look forward to shortly, though there is an unofficial solution out there if you're prepared to spend three bucks.