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Lifecard

Lifecard is dubbed out to be the thinnest power bank on the market, itīs slightly thicker than a credit card but it holds a high density 1500mAh battery thatīs powerful enough to bring your smartphone back to life in a jiffy, you can even slip it in your wallet to keep it available should you ever need some juice. Another great feature is the built in cable so you donīt have to worry about the hassle of carrying one. Itīs available for all of the marketīs major brands such as IOS, Android, Blackberry and others. To get an idea of the power you get, the Lifecard on full power gets you 80% battery on an iPhone 5s, or 65% on a 6 model, 40% on Samsung S5 or an iPhone Plus model. With a brushed stainless steel finish, it looks really good to.



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MIOPS MOBILE CAMERA REMOTE

MIOPS Mobile is a smart remote that lets you control your camera through your smartphone, with dozens of creative modes such as Timelapse, Motion, Sound, Vibration, HDR and more. The versatile wireless camera remote is an exciting solution for DSLR or mirrorless camera owners looking to take amazing photos with the power of a smartphone. Simply connect the compact device to the shutter release port of the camera and it will communicate with the smartphone over Bluet...
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APPLE CARPLAY

Apple have announced CarPlay, a smarter and safer way to use your iPhone in your car. The system works in sync with your iPhone and displays information such as directions, calls, messages and music on your carīs built-in display, allowing you to stay focused on the road. All is controlled with Siri voice control or with your carīs controls. CarPlay will be available to iOS users via a free iOS 7 update, although a compatible car is required in order f...
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MANUAL

In todayīs world, with our smartphones always at hand, many of us see no need for a point-and-shoot, but although the smartphone cameras have improved immensely over recent years, they still lack DSLR-like controls. Manual is a new app that aims to change that, the beautiful interface gives you complete control over stuff like shutter speed, ISO, white balance, focus and exposure compensation. You can also monitor automatic exposure values and a histog...
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