Today’s Great Free Apps: Photo Password, Grid Lens, Quotes And More
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Instead of futzing with pin codes and passwords, you’re able to store your content behind gesture-based drawings. Just import any photo from your library or snap a new one from within the app. Then use visual cues within the photo to place dots, circles, and lines. The next time you want to access your protected content you’ll have to repeat the same gesture-based drawings. You’re able to import content from a variety of sources, and organize it alls within custom folders. The app also includes AirPlay support, intruder alerts, and a slideshow option with built-in transition effects.
Photo Password – No#1 Secret Private Vault is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 78 ratings.
When creating an entry for your journal you’re able to choose from a variety of themes, text fonts and sizes, mood icons, and photo frames. Entries can also be geo-tagged and rated. Journal entries can be organized in list, preview, photo, or calendar form, or you can search for something specific. The app also includes passcode protection, Evernote integration, the ability to share your entries via email, and AirPrint support.
Wonderful Days – Diary with Style is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 293 ratings.
Each and every day you launch Quotes you’ll receive a quote of the day. You’re then able to share the quote via Twitter, Facebook, Messages, Instagram, email, or simply save it as an image. You’re also able to have the app send you a push notification every day at a specified time so you don’t miss your daily quote. Tap the lightning button to get a random quote from previous days. The app also includes a variety of themes that can be scrolled through with a swipe.
Quotes. Get Inspired is available for free today only (01/28). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 23 ratings.
You’re able to create your own custom frame by generating horizontal and vertical grid lines, or you can simply select one from the set of built-in frames. The aspect ratio, border color, and thickness of your frame can be adjusted as well. You’re then able to populate each cell by tapping and holding to import a photo from your library, or you can take new photos by tapping each cell. Multiple camera modes are available, like single lens, multi lens, burst shot, and manual shot. You can apply different filters and captions before sharing your final creation via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, or email.
Grid Lens is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4-star rating with a total of 604 ratings.
You’re able to find Craigslist listings in your area by zip code or allowing the app to automatically locate your position. You’re also able to store as many locations as you like. The listings are presented as thumbnails, and you’re able to find something specific by keyword or narrow your search down with a filter. Once you’ve found something you’re interested in you’re able to view its location on a map, favorite it, or contact the person who posted it via email, text, or phone. The app also allows you to post new listings from your account, save images, view original listings, and save frequent searches.
Craigslist from Smobile for iPhone and iPad is available for free for a limited time. It has a 3.5-star rating with a total of 148 ratings.
It includes more than 2,000 elements to scrap with, like different backgrounds, borders, embellishments, text, and stickers. Each item can be moved, resized, and rotated via multitouch controls. You can add photos from your own library as well. The app also includes a layer manager, the ability to add multiple pages, undo, and the ability to share your creations via Facebook or email. Additional kits are available via in-app purchase.
ScrapPad – Scrapbook for iPad is available for free today only (01/28). It has a 4-star rating with a total of 559 ratings.
The timeline begins with the Big Bang, and you’re able to work your way forward with a swipe. You’re able to adjust the scale of the timeline with common pinch and pull gestures, and learn about events with a tap. You’re also able to filter data down by topic of interest. Specific events can be searched for by keyword as well. The app includes more than 90 categories, 700 images, and 1,300 events, so you better get started!
littleBIG History is available for free for a limited time. It has a 4.5-star rating with a total of 10 ratings.