Learning the functionality of your digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera can be a tricky task — so much so, that many users resort to using their powerful new cameras in “auto” mode. In response to this trend, a group of photography enthusiasts and graduate students created Elements of Photography, an app that helps novice photographers understand the basics of the trade.
Category: Mobile App of the Week
Millie’s Crazy Dinosaur Adventure tells the tale of one adorable dog’s journey back in time to the land of dinosaurs. When Millie attends Kitty’s birthday party, she’s embarrassed to realize that she’s forgotten her gift at home. Millie decides to build a simple time machine to go back in time and retrieve the gift, but to her surprise, she travels a little too far back.
For your next home renovation or decoration project, consider dumping your heavy toolkit and enjoying handy utilities in the palm of your hand. Handy Tools 7-in-1 is an app packed with intuitive, easy-to-use tools that are easily accessible on your iOS device.
What do you get when you put a hungry monster in a room full of trash? A feast! The furry OmNomster will eat anything in sight, from banana skins, to fishbones to broken umbrellas. This App of the Week will entertain you with a silly character, easy shake-and-play mechanics and chirpy music.
Until recently, the world of real estate hadn’t caught up to the digital age. To address this problem, programmer and designer Kevin Hincker partnered with veteran real estate agent Imraan Ali, to drastically simplify the real estate market with the launch of NuOffer.
For fans of Word Winder, a 2012 App of the Week, we’re excited to share a brand new word puzzle game from creator David L. Hoyt! David is well-known for his nationally syndicated puzzle games and brain teasers including USA Today’s Up & Down Words, Jumble Crosswords, and TV Jumble and has recently released Just 2 Words, a mobile game for iOS and Android.