Chameleon Clock is a fun new iPad (and iOS) app that uses the iPad’s back camera to provide a live background for its time and date information.
It’s got a few other nice features as well. You can swap out of live background mode and it adapts its background color to whatever background it sees via the iPad’s camera. An elegant slider control can be used to adjust how subtle and light or strong and dark the time info is – and a single tap toggles the time and date text between white and black.
This is quite a fun and original clock app for the iPad and iPhone.
Here’s an App Store link for Chameleon Clock; it’s priced at just $0.99 and is a universal app designed for both iPad and iPhone.
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Ever taken the perfect photo of your kiddo with a big smile on their face and then discovered that you also got some random kid in the background picking their nose? On the desktop I’ve used a superb app called Snapheal to remove unwanted content in situations like that.
Now I’ve discovered there’s a great little iPad app that will do this too, thanks to a mention by reader D.R. The app is called TouchRetouch HD and it’s easy to use, has some great tools, and works like a charm.
These are a few of its notable capabilities and features:
* Remove spots from sky or other backgrounds
* Remove wires from your picture
* Remove banners from the buildings
* Remove human-made objects from nature views (bridges, buildings, tents, ships etc.)
* Remove your shadow from self-made picture
* Remove people from the photo
* Remove ghosts and flare
* Remove surface breaks
* Smoothen and retouch the face
* Create funny pictures: for example, remove parachute and leave the guy flying in the sky
Smash Your Food HD is a fun iPad app that helps you educate yourself, and more so your kids, on what’s in some ‘commonly abused’ foods. It has been chosen as a winner in Michelle Obama’s "Apps for Healthy Kids" national competition, and it gives a breakdown of how much sugar, salt, and oil are contained in some (unhealthy) foods that are popular with kids and adults alike.
It has great video footage of foods being crushed and smushed and gushing out oil and innards that had my daughter cracking up. It’s a nice, lighthearted way to reinforce the healthy food message with kids.
Here’s an App Store link for Smash Your Food HD; it’s priced at $2.99.