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Halide Camera App

Developed by an ex-Apple designer and a former Twitter engineer, Halide is a groundbreaking camera app that will help you shoot like a pro. The idea is to offer smartphone photographers a variety of high-end tools for taking quality photographs when you want to really take a photo rather than a quick snapshot. The app’s gesture-based control scheme is meant to feel as intuitive and tactile as a great film camera, and will largely appeal to those who have some understanding of photography, and want to do things like quickly change the exposure or manually focus with a swipe. The app will give DSLR-style control over tweaking each and every setting, so if you want to give your Apple phone a professional photo kick this is the way to do it. Even novices will be able to ramp up their game with the built-in automatic mode.

It’s available now, priced at $2.99, though it’ll apparently increase to $4.99 next week.




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BOSE CUSTOM HEADPHONES

Bose is now offering customers the choice of customizing their QuietComfort 15 Acoustic Noise Cancelling headphones. On Bose´s website you can now launch the design tool and choose your favorite color combination for the popular headphones. You can get the original version for $299 at amazon...
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DemerBox

Available now for purchase on Amazon is the successful Kickstarter project DemerBox, an exceptional durable speaker built around an almost indestructible Pelican case that can basically survive anything, and still keep the party going. It is waterproof, has dry internal storage, a 50 hour battery life, a range of 100 feet and a USB port to charge your electronics. It also has space within its casing for stashing some gear. The result is a highly versatile and functi...
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Olloclip iPhone 7 Lenses

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