Hopefully you’ve been able to try out one or a few of the 6 photo editing apps we shared earlier. Now we’re following up with some options to take those processed images and share them online, with some of the best photo sharing apps (not called Instagram)… More
Even though Instagram did a 180 this week, after announcing that they could use everyone’s photos to make money, you never know what might happen to your content with these kind of free services. So if you’re done with Instagram, here’s how to safely backup your photos and port them onto another service, like Flickr.
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It’s always good to find new ways of saving money. One of the easiest ways is monitoring the amount of electricity that you use, plus the amount of water and gas. This lets you see how to curtail needless spending. We’ve featured a bunch of different devices that can help you with this, but there are currently none available that let you monitor the amount of water and gas that your home spends. Moto Labs have come up with an innovative, yet time consuming way of doing this.
The traces left behind by the tourist can be revealed by the collection of the photos they took. What are the most visited and documented buildings? What landscape got the most people excited? Did our newly created fountain really catch the visitors eye? These questions are hard to tell without a documentation and thankfully Flickr is there to provide this data.
This looks pretty cool, but it’s not an app, it’s just a bunch of videos. Still, the concept is really interesting.