Olli is a brand new creative app by developers, Tinrocket. Olli instantly turns your everyday moments into hand-drawn art and animations. Olli retails for $2.99/£2.99 and we have some promotional codes to giveaway to our loyal readers, would you like one? If so, please join our Twitter followers here and like us on Facebook here and post a comment to this post on our website (so we can obtain your email address) and hopefully, we will then be able to send you a code. All winners are selected at random.
We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at the app Popsicolor by Tinrocket. Read Jobe’s thoughts as he puts it through them through their paces (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry…
“I decided to cover yet another Tinrocket app this week after last week’s look at This and Waterlogue. Popsicolor is the Tinrocket app I’ve been using the longest, and probably my favorite of the bunch. That does not mean I unreservedly recommend Popsicolor, as you’ll see when we move through the operations of the app. Popsicolor is a universal app which works in portrait mode on both the iPhone and iPad, and in landscape mode only on the iPad.
So what does Popsicolor do? Like Waterlogue, it gives a watercolour look, but it limits the colors to one or two colors that the user assigns, rather than taking the colors from the original photo”.
We are delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest mobile photography/art tutorial for our reading and viewing pleasure. This time Jobe takes a look at two apps by Tinrocket called This and Waterlogue. . Read Jobe’s thoughts as he puts it through them through their paces (foreword by Joanne Carter). Take it away Jerry…
“Tinrocket, maker of such App Store favorites as Percolator, Waterlogue and Popsicolor, released a new app last week. In looking through my tutorials, I realised I had yet to cover a single one of their apps, so I thought I’d take the opportunity to remedy that situation. We’ll start with the new app called This and also take a look at Waterlogue”.
We are delighted to publish our wonderful Columnist Sarah Jarrett’s latest article to her The New Renaissance Column. This section has a wide remit and takes the form of interviews with artists about their working techniques, looking at approaches to a particular theme by different artists, showcase some unusual collaborations between Sarah and other artists … Read moreThe New Renaissance : A Glimpse Into The World Of Creative App Development By Sarah Jarrett – Part 3
Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer. We value our readers so much and that’s why we want to share our love of apps with you. Each day we give away free apps, you better make us your home page 😉 Today, we’ve teamed up with the developers of the recently … Read morePopsicolor – Our Daily App Giveaway
Popsicolor is a popular editing app for iPhone photography and one that’s just been updated to include two new ink effects these include ‘Intensity’ and ‘White Ink’. The developer has also updated the starter images to highlight recent features. This update is free, if you have previously purchased this app, if not you can download … Read morePopsicolor – Updated With Two New Ink Effects
We’re delighted to publish Rudy Vogel aka The Renaissance Man’s latest article to his wonderful Column with us, Appstrax. We are huge fans of Rudy’s iPhone art and delighted that he has achieved additional coverage with Griffin Technology by creating a series of iPhone cases, you can read more about that here. In this latest … Read moreAppstrax – ‘Is It Live Or, Is It Memorex?’ – By Rudy Vogel
We are delighted to publish the second of many tutorials that we’re planning with the app, Etchings. In this tutorial, our Head of Technical Tutorials, David Hayes, mixes Etchings with another popular app, Popsicolor, with some very interesting results. Don’t miss this (foreword by Joanne Carter). Over to you David… If you would like to … Read moreTutorial – Etchings – Mixing Etchings With Popsicolor