Samsung NX30 Review

After cornering much of the market on smartphones and tablet devices, the Android operating system has expanded to other electronic devices, like digital cameras. Android-powered smart cameras offer a multitude of benefits, including the incredible connectivity-based features.

With the help of built-in Wi-Fi and a few special apps, these high-performance smart cameras can connect to the Internet and upload images directly to a social media site like Facebook or a storage service like Dropbox. You’ll never accidentally lose photos or run out of storage space again!

Google+ app for Android turns any photo into snowglobe

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A new update rolling out to Google+ for Android today lets users turn their photos into a virtual snowglobe.

We’ve included a fun holiday gift in the new version of Google+ for Android launching today. Shake your device while viewing one of your photos, and watch the snow fall. Shake it again to save your new snowy photo and share it with family and friends.

Clashot Android App Review

clashot bannerDo you know that your passion, creativity, zeal and enthusiasm can potentially help you earn a lot provided that you get the perfect platform to hone your skills? Yes, it is true and if you are passionate about photography, then sky is the limit for you.

How? Let’s find out

You just need to capture photos and share them so that the potential buyer will develop interest for them.
This interesting article is all about the Clashot Android App Review which certainly promises to cement your finances in the easiest possible manner.

Android-powered Nikon Coolpix uncovered

nikon coolpixAn Android-based Nikon Coolpix digital camera has been spied online just days before its rumored August 22 unveiling. NikonRumors advises that there could actually be two models here based on the conflicting images.

Instagram 3.0 debuts on Android

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Instagram today announced a new version of their popular Android (and iOS) application which adds in a number of handy features. This particular release (3.0) centers around the common theme of browsing experience, most notably with the debut of Photo Maps and redesigned user profiles.

VideofyMe & Tumblr Announce #Videofymyfashion Challenge

videofymeVideofyme, the new social video blogging app has just announced a partnership with Tumblr to bring bloggers and fashionistas together in the first-ever #videofymyfashion video challenge.

This challenge is an international search for the top trendsetters in fashion who can capture their best summer fashion moments using the VideofyMe app.

Instagram alternatives and companion apps


Say what you will about Facebook's purchase of Instagram last week and whether or not Big Blue is going to ruin its new acquisition. The fact is, it's already immensely popular for Android and people love to look at photos. Maybe it's because of clever filters, vignettes, and borders. Maybe it's because people just love to take pictures of sushi and cats.

Instagram is out for Android, here's a review

intagram logoToday, Instagram for Android was released and here is our review of the shiny new application.

My first impressions of the app were really good, and it appears to be a nice solid application which appears to be fairly stable (no crashes for me yet). The interface has some iOS elements with the bottom bar, but the rest of it looks fairly Android-alike which is really nice to see. The bottom bar was probably included to make it look similar and recognisable as being Instagram, but unlike some other applications it is actually Android-styled.

Instagram Signup Page Goes Live, Offers Users Chance To Be First In Line When The Official Android App Becomes Available

instagramIn a tweet earlier today, Instagram linked to a new signup page which promises to put interested Android users at the front of the line when the popular photo app becomes available (which should be relatively soon).

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Beef Up Your Smartphone's Camera With These Swappable Wide Angle/Macro, Fisheye, And Telephoto Lenses From Photojojo

photoSmartphone cameras have quickly taken over as the primary point-and-shoot for many people, and while they offer up a quick way to take a shot, their use is still fairly limited. If you're looking to get more out of your smartphone's camera, then these add-on lenses may be just what the doctor ordered.

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