Applications

Best iOS Apps That Are Fun and Practical

In daily life, you spend a lot of time with your iPhone smartphone. iPhone with the help of iOS Apps enables you to have a chance to access all of the best apps that are both fun and practical for various purposes. Here are some of the best apps that will make you feel like you get all you need and even more.

Cappuccino

Cappuccino provides you an opportunity to list all of your favorite news sources and organize them like your personalized newspaper. Moreover, it ensures you to get your personalized newspaper whenever you want.

Videoblast

Do you want to start your videos with a cool beginning? If the answer is yes, Videoblast is made for you. You can do that by choosing a template among variety of templates and specializing your text. Additionally, you can buy some of the templates and designs to enrich your videos.

Flows

By using Flows whose only purpose of this app is to make you feel relaxed and be calm, you can touch marvelous colors and beautiful waves with your fingers and you can create feast of colors. The only disadvantage of this app is that it is not free, we wish it was free…

Photo Studio – AR

Photo Studio – AR with increased artificial reality, gives you a photograph studio and only with one click you can take photos of the models. You can make your virtual super models pose whatever you want, it does not matter where. You can evaluate sun’s position and lights’ direction and take great photos with your super models.

Unsplash

Now imagine an app that every photo you see in this app can be accessed without paying any money. Unsplash is a kind of app that suits your imagination. You can use these amazing photos that have no mark on them wherever you want, like for your lock screen.

Apple-Clips-App
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Selfie Scenes for immersive, 360-degree selfies on iPhone X

Apple just recently announced a major update to Clips, the free app for iOS that makes it easy to create and share fun videos using iPhone or iPad. Clips introduces Selfie Scenes and adds artistic style transfer effects and a redesigned interface that makes it easier than ever to create great videos on the go.

Selfie Scenes is an exciting new feature that places users into animated, 360-degree scenes when recording selfies. Using the sophisticated TrueDepth camera system on iPhone X, Selfie Scenes transports users into bustling cities, serene landscapes, abstract paintings and even the Millennium Falcon and Mega-Destroyer from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

“Clips users love how quick and easy it is to create amazing videos on iPhone or iPad,” said Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Apps Product Marketing. “And we’re making it even more fun with Selfie Scenes. By harnessing the incredible new TrueDepth camera system on iPhone X, users can now record selfies against a variety of fun and whimsical backdrops with just a tap.”

Apple-Clips-App

New Effects and Stickers with better interface

New artistic effects use advanced machine learning and style transfer technology to turn any photo or video into a moody oil painting, vibrant watercolor or elegant pencil sketch — in real time while recording. Clips also adds more content from Disney, including full-screen posters featuring Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, as well as Star Wars stickers featuring animated versions of Princess Leia, Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Chewbacca and others. Users can also add more personality to their Clips videos with 16 new Apple-designed stickers and 21 new royalty-free soundtracks from indie artists. And, as with all Clips soundtracks, these new tracks automatically adjust to match the length of videos.

The easy-to-use interface gets even better with a streamlined design that puts frequently used controls easily within reach. A new Effects browser lets users view and choose filters, labels, stickers and emoji. Labeled buttons make it easier than ever to edit Live Titles, add or change filters, trim, mute and delete clips. And full-screen browsers allow users to see more of their content when viewing their photo library or selecting animated posters.