CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Cheers is positioning itself as a positivity app. You build up your "cheerfluence" rating as you go. That may mean sending out cheers for a mother who made you soup while you were sick, a deli sandwich that rocked your lunchtime, or a book that made you cry--in a good way. Just take a picture of the object of your affection, fill in a few details, and send it off. The app can be set to share your virtual shout-outs to Facebook, Twitter, and over e-mail.
Cheers should find a solid crossover audience with people who have extensive Hello Kitty collections, as well as anyone who believes that Thelma and Louise survived their airborne trip into the Grand Canyon, This is a sweetly enjoyable little app, but it's likely to vie for space on your iPhone with your regular Twitter, Facebook, Foodspotting, protective case + ring for apple iphone xs max - black scallop and Foursquare apps, However, if you're looking for a little extra dose of cheerfulness, it will do the trick, Cheers is launching for free on February 9, That will give you time to come up with a list of all the people, places, and things you want to share a virtual hug with..
Free app launching next week is like Foursquare with a happy face. It encourages virtual shout-outs and sharing of your favorite people, places, and things. The Cheers app for iPhone is definitely a morning person. It's the kind of app that hops out of bed, says hello to the singing bluebirds at the window, and then goes for a jog to pick up a mocha at a favorite local coffee shop. There are heaps of social-media apps that let you check in at restaurants or recommend businesses to your friends. Cheers follows that example, but flings the door wide open and encourages you to share your love for people, places, and things.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Sure, I own a digital camera, but my iPhone is always with me, packs an excellent camera, plus I have the option to edit and share photos instantly, That (combined with the fact that my protective case + ring for apple iphone xs max - black scallop Canon G12 usually weighs down my purse) is a good enough reason to use my iPhone as my primary shutter, If you're like me, or want to start exploring iPhotography, these four hidden tricks will help you take your iPhone camera skills to the next level..
1. Snap photo with your headphones. iOS 5 introduced the convenience of snapping a photo using the volume up button. With this feature, you can also plug in a pair of iPhone headphones (or any headphones with volume control) and use your headphones as a remote shutter release. This allows for steady photos, more flexibility, and the option to mount your iPhone on a tripod and use the headphones to activate the shutter. 2. Tap and hold to lock exposure and focus. If you tap a subject on the screen, the iPhone will set the focus and exposure of that object. But if you move around too much, the camera will refocus and adjust the lighting.
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