|The lack of built-in privacy functions in the free version means this information is out there for anyone to see, as well -- an issue for those that prefer to share anonymously. Nothing is stopping you from using fake information, of course, but it's still a lot to sort through on the first use. Next you can start sharing photos, taking them from your library or snapping new ones and saving them to the service. There is no clear way to connect with specific users, though there are following options. Buttons are often non-responsive on first tap, images are occasionally hidden behind other menus, and it's impossible to actually search for other photos; you can explore other users' images, but not with any built-in search tools.
ShapPix feels like an early beta for a photo sharing service, and while there are some good tools here, the design and feature sets are frustrating at times. Unless you are specifically looking for a new photo sharing service and just want to try out all possibilities, there are other options out there you will likely enjoy better.
index is very similar to another equally popular word game on the App Store; but with a number of added features, its own unique design, and seamless performance, it stands on its own as a fantastic gaming experience.
There are two components to index: the first being the social interaction between you and your friends and the second being the game, itself. Socially, you can connect with index or invite other users by e-mail address or from your contact list. The invite process is fast and there are many options here to help you find someone, including a random matching tool that is very quick. After matching you can start playing, and the game holds up to the strong presentation elsewhere in the app. You'll be given a grid of 16 letters (4x4) and asked to form words from it. The longer the words, the more points you get, but there are also multipliers on certain letters to affect your score. Each round, more multipliers appear so your score will increase that round. With three total rounds, scoring can change rapidly as you compete.
index is a fun, mentally engaging game that will pit you against your friends in a fast-paced display of wits and vocabulary. If you're looking for the next big word game to play against your friends, look no further than index.
index is a password and account information protection app with a number of useful and diverse security features that set it apart from other options on the market. The app allows you to use any number of protection options to secure your log-ins, and then enables you to save log-ins and other password information to customizable folders for future access.
The first step when using index is to choose your security method. You choose a password, pin, or even a path scan you would draw out with your finger on the device's screen every time you use it. After setting this, your account is ready to use and you can start saving your personal log-in information to the back end. There are a number of ways to do this, as well, with a QR scanner built in and log-ins and passwords broken down by account type. The app recognizes Amazon, eBay, index, LinkedIn, and dozens of other accounts so you can set them under those folders automatically without having to label it all manually -- or worse, trying to remember to do so. The one major issue we encountered with index was the often slow loading time as the app first started or reloaded after long periods of inactivity. It's not a deal breaker, but it was at times extensive.
Nonetheless, index is one of the better account log-in storage options on the App Store today. It's easy to use, customizable, and loaded with options that make it a better tool than a lot of other apps in this category.
index is not a typical photo editing app. It is designed to capture images from your library, streamlining them into a single flowing video or slideshow you can play back or share with others. While the interface controls are at times unresponsive or poorly placed, the overall effect of the app is a good one -- allowing you to create fun, interactive content out of images on your phone.
As soon as you load index, you can start developing your first videos and slideshows by selecting images from your photo library. Each image you select can be loaded into the system and moved to fit within the collage. Recording allows you to slide between these images at whatever speed you want and playback is equally controlled. Without a clear tutorial and with no overarching design options, it's hard to know exactly what you should do during the recording process; but after a couple of passes we quickly picked up all of the necessary features and were tweaking our new recordings.
index is not a mind-blowing app. It doesn't offer the kind of robust video creation and editing tools that we've seen on other new apps, recently, but it works well for what it offers: a slideshow creation tool that works. If you are interested in combining your images into slideshows or would like to create videos incorporating a number of your favorite existing videos, then consider this app.
index is a photo taking app with a very special function in it that allows you to take self pictures or timed photos without having to set a timer. index the app uses gesture recognition on the front-facing camera combined with two very specific motions to take such images. The result is not perfect, but it solves a very real problem for a lot of users -- how to take selfies without holding the camera.
index is designed for taking selfies so the tools here are focused almost entirely on the front-facing camera. You can flip the camera around to the back-facing option, but it's not necessarily the tool you signed up to use, so it's not designed with that in mind. The core function here is to enable you to take photos with gestures instead of your fingers, which can be tough. To do so, you hold up your hand and then close your fingers as indicated on the screen. Don't worry: it will show you exactly how to do this for better results. Once you do this, the timer starts and a photo is taken.
While other photo taking options and features would always be welcome in an app like index, the basic tool here works as intended and will solve a lot of problems for people trying to take self photographs without it looking obvious, or needing a mirror. If you take a lot of photos of yourself alone or with friends, then this is an app you should consider downloading.
Audit Form is a Web-based iOS app that allows you to create and fill out audits that you can then sync to a server for access elsewhere. The app allows you to log in to the service with a demo account to get a better understanding of how it works; but for full personalized access you'll need to set up an account for yourself on the company's Web site. The app's setup time is extensive and cumbersome, but there are some good tools in here for those that frequently use auditing software