This app enables you to merge two distinctly different images into one composited that looks like its meant to be that way or just plain psychedelic. Experiment with different image combinations or overlay semi-transparent images to create double-exposure effects as well. Oh no, here comes the 'space cat' image fury!
This app takes technology based on Geometric Intelligence and applies it to your crappy iPhone autocorrect typing scandals about to happen. Not only does the app know what word you meant to type even if you tap on all the wrong letters, it looks at WHERE you tap and analyzes your overall typing pattern to understand the word you meant to type! Oh its also so accurate and easy you can type without even looking... Uhm.
This is yet another lushly designed and feature rich mobile photo app integrating amazing film style filters and image composition tools. Also includes a number of unique shapes, upgraded filters (via in app purchase) and sharing via social media.
This minimalist camera app is designed to help you take a 3 dimensionally level photograph via a unique heads up display overlay (including top down horizontally!). It also supports multitouch for focus & exposure control to be individually adjusted.
A super simple, clean and no nonsense podcast listening app. Offline listening supported as well as auto download via iOS 7's new backgrounding features.
A super minimal brewing timer app for your favorite method. Allows you to select coffee weight, water and ratio for best results.
This app designed exclusively for iOS allows you to connect to your Tonx account, log your fresh delivered coffee, share your logged cups to social and log cups privately for your own record-keeping. As expected from the Tonx brand the design is refined and modern.
This official Leica app connects to the brand new Leica T (Type 701) camera allowing you to remote control all photography features and real time access to your stored images.
A stylish rendering of the original white Braun ET55 calculator.
Donate the processor power of your smartphone to support researchers at the University of Vienna with the decryption of protein sequences, used to benefit cancer and Alzheimer's research, amongst others.