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Mobli mobilizes your life... What does that mean? The mobile phone app, Mobli enables you to mobilize your life by allowing you to be almost anywhere in the world and it allows your life and experiences to be shared to almost anywhere in the world.
Mobli allows this via our smart phones (it is available for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry). It empowers us to engage with others that may be sharing similar experiences or have similar interests. It allows us to share our experiences with others by sharing photos and video taken right on our smart phones shared out to other Mobli users, the Mobli website, and if you choose, Twitter and Facebook as well.
I had posted an article to this site that was meant to be posted here as a blog entry in my blog section. It was about the King Camera app for iOS being upgraded to 2.0. Once I realized I had posted it as a regular article, it was too late to move it here as a blog entry (because external links to it would be broken). Therefore this will serve as a placeholder for it with a link pointing to the article here: King Camera Upgraded to 2.0, Includes Zoom and a Sale.
My apologies for any confusion this may be causing.
The King Camera (App Store link) for iOS has been upgraded to 2.0 with the upgraded version now in the Apple App Store. This is the first major upgrade of the app since its original 1.0 release (though I think an update back in June of this year that finally added 1:1 aspect ratio cropping was pretty significant as well). Say Cheezzz, the developer of the app states that it has been basically rebuilt from the ground up. I upgraded and had a little (not much) time to try it out today. The photo featured here in the upper left (pumpkins, gourds) is one of mine which I shot and processed on my iPhone 4 using the King Camera app version 2.0.
We are reviewing the latest episode of Doctor Who, Closing Time on Doctor Who: Podshock today (Sunday, 25 September) at 4pm EDT. No live show this week of Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi though. We have completed our reviews of Torchwood: Miracle Day, though HHGTBSF will mostly likely be back reviewing (sadly) the final series of The Sarah Jane Adventures (these may or may not be live shows).
This is quick post to let you know that you can download the photo editing app, Snapseed for iOS (iPhone and iPad) for FREE until September 23, 2011 (previously $4.99). I haven't used it yet, so no review of it as of now. It is highly rated in the App Store though.
Today we will be reviewing the latest Doctor Who episode, The God Complex live on the net on Doctor Who: Podshock. What did you think of the episode? Once again we will be taking your live feedback on the show. I hope you can join us today 4pm EDT. Also be sure to join our live review of Torchwood: Miracle Day, episode 10 (the final episode of Miracle Day) on Hitchhiker's Guide to British Sci-Fi also today at 7pm EDT.