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The Best Photo Apps For Amazing Photo Content With the holidays coming up we all want to take those snaps of memories that we want to last a lifetime. Here are some of the best photography apps for you to download and use on your cell phone or tablet and make your photos look like they were taken by a professional. Holiday pictures can help bring back amazing memories for years to come, whether your snaps include wildlife, spectacular sunsets or amazing landscapes. These days, you don’t even need a super duper camera to take great holiday pictures – simply grab your phone and choose from these great holiday photography apps to take you from a Joe and turn you into a pro! 1. GPS Kit and GPS Kit HD If you really get off the beaten path, so much so that you lose signal, then this is probably one of the best photography apps for you. You can track your routes so you can find the same spot again and again, and monitor your friends, so you don’t get split up. GPS Kit also boasts the most basemap options of any iOS app. It’s great for finding those hidden vantage points for the perfect landscape shot. 2. Photoshop Lightroom CC for mobile Adobe makes a number of photo apps, but if you’re serious about photo editing on your device, you only need one: Photoshop Lightroom CC for mobile. It's a free app that gives you a powerful yet simple solution for capturing, editing and sharing your photos. You can shoot raw photos (on compatible phones), or transfer from your camera onto your device, and easily organize and tweak them, then automatically upload them to the cloud, so they don’t take up space on your device. It has preset to keep your edits quick and simple, but you can also go deeper and fine-tune images to perfection. Signing up to a Creative Cloud account – including the Lightroom CC plan adds the ability to work across phone, tablet, and desktop with instant synchronization. 3. VSCO CAM If you scroll through Instagram and admire those moody, raw-looking shots of exotic landscapes and majestic mountains, you’ll love VSCO Cam. More experienced photographers will benefit from in-camera settings such as shutter speed and white balance, while even novices will get the hang of the app’s editing software. Alter your exposure, contrast, ISO and more, and experiment with the range of vintage-inspired filters for serious cool-credentials. Available on iOS and Android. 4. MuseCam Massively popular on the App Store (and with a 4.6-star rating, to boot), MuseCam is a fantastic all-round photo app. It gives you the all-important manual camera control (with compatible iPhones): custom exposure with independent control of shutter, ISO, white balance and focus. The built-in photo editor lets you take even more control of your images, and with film-inspired presets plus professional grade tools, it's a great tool to help you move from novice snapping to great photography. The app is free to download, but there are various packs to purchase in-app for the photo editor. 5. PhotoPills With the award-winning landscape photography app PhotoPills, you can plan your shot, monitor the spot over a period of time, check natural lighting changes, and share any details or plans with others. 6. Snapseed Anyone who is wary of photo editing apps can put their minds at ease with Snapseed, a winner of not one, but two awards! Snapseed bagged ‘iPad App of the Year 2011’ from Apple and ‘2012 Best Mobile Photo App’ from the Technical Image Press Association, thanks to its exhaustive editing capabilities. From exposure and contrast to saturation and cropping, you can fine-tune every little detail. Available on iOS and Android. 7. PicLab Use the photo editor to create trendy infographic images with this photo app quickly. PicLab is a nifty app for creating those inspiring images that you get all over the internet these days. You know, the ones featuring a photo – probably with at least one retro filter applied – with a helpful aphorism layered over the top in an attractive, friendly typeface. Yeah, those – like the silly AI-generated ones we've featured, but better. PicLab HD makes them an absolute doddle to create, enabling you to either snap a photo or grab one from your photo library, then go to town on it. As well as adding typography – lots of fonts and full control over size, positioning, opacity, rotation, and colour – you can also layer illustrations, ornamentation and other design elements on top of your image. PicLab features full layer-based editing and also packs plenty of tools for making your original photo look its best, with loads of lighting and film effects to choose from as well as preset photo filters and adjustment tools for fine-tuning the brightness, contrast, exposure, saturation, and the blur level of your photos. 8. LExp—Long Exposure Calcs Long exposures are a super popular photography style, especially for stargazers. LExp offers to be the one-stop app to help you take that perfect long exposure shot. This landscape photography app helps you pick the perfect graduated ND filter, stack multiple ND filters, track the stars and moon, and a lot more. 9. Facetune Embarrassed about your laughter lines? Feeling blue about those blemishes? Fear not, Facetune is here! Grab a photo from your Camera Roll and start your makeover; you can remove unwanted freckles, blemished skin or hide bags under the eyes with Smooth; reshape that wonky nose or misshapen jawline with, er, Reshape; and make subtle tweaks of colour using Tone. The results of this photo editor are truly impressive. You can share results over Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr – if you dare. 10. DMD Panorama Sometimes a foreign landscape is just too breathtaking, and just a snapshot of it won’t do. This is where DMD Panorama comes in, an app that takes high definition, panoramic pictures with an easy-to-use interface. Simply tap ‘create’, hold your phone vertically, and create your panorama, snap by snap. Perfect for travellers adventuring across the rugged landscapes of the Kruger or the majestic Drakensberg mountains. Available on iOS and Android.25 Continue Reading How to Track Santa Claus on iPhone, iPad, and Mac? Where is Santa? Christmas is coming, and children start asking this question to their parents. Not knowing, parents satisfy the curiosity of their children with toys and gifts. Now any parent can answer the question about Santa! With the help of Santa trackers, you can find and show Santa's location to your children. If you have an iOS device, Check out this guide to track Santa Claus on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. On Christmas Eve, Santa leaves the North Pole on his famous sleigh to deliver gifts. The children are eagerly awaiting their gifts and continue to pester their parents with a single question: when does Santa come? Now you can show them Santa's journey on your iOS or Mac device. NORAD and Google have already taken this initiative to track Santa to Christmas. NORAD - The North American Aerospace Defense Command, and every year this organization monitors the annual journey of St. Nicholas. Track Santa with Google Just go to the Google Santa Tracker website and explore a range of activities to keep your kids busy (at least they won't ask you about Santa and their gifts). December 21, you can follow Santa's journey around the world. Santa Tracker keeps you happily busy because it shows the distance between Santa and your location. From where Santa is, to his next destination, this tracker website gives you access to the village of Santa, where you can play games and watch videos. Parents who interested in their children education and developing their cognitive abilities should visit Santa Tracker for Educators. In this section, you'll find a repository of learning resources, such as PDFs and videos on geography, computer science, language, and social studies. Your kids will love the world of holiday traditions, code labs, translations, Santa canvas, Quiz cards and much more that they can forget about Santa for a while and stop asking questions. In addition to the Santa Tracker website, you can check Santa's location on your mobile phone. Open the Google Maps application on your iPhone or iPad and search for "Santa Claus." There is another way to check where Santa is. To do this, update the Google Maps application on your iOS device. Go to the settings from the upper left corner. Then click on the "Location" option. Follow the steps above on Christmas Eve, that is, December 24th. NORAD – Santa Tracker 2018 NORAD tracks Santa's journey, which takes off from the North Pole. Visit the NORAD website and you can explore the full range of features, such as games, movies, music, library and more. You can also use the NORAD app to track Santa Claus on your iPhone or iPad. Want to get a call from Santa? Maybe, your kids would love to hear Santa's voice. Download the call from Santa! The app is on your iPhone or iPad, and Santa will call your children to find out their name, age, and some personal hobbies and interests. Send a voicemail to Santa, wish list like you used to do in your childhood in the traditional way, but now you can do this with applications and websites. Also, track Santa's progress from within the app. If your child doesn’t want to leave a voicemail, ask him to write a text message to Santa Claus using a call from Santa Claus! Santa Video Call & Tracker Like the previous application, it also allows you to send and receive calls and text messages to Santa. Download Santa Video Call & Tracker and see interesting features in the app. Spoiler: use Naughty Nice Scanner; it tells you if the person you scanned is naughty or nice. Merry Christmas… Christmas is a time to celebrate a family reunion. During the winter days and nights, approach each other and feel the warmth of the relationship. Happy times are not completed without shopping and gift shopping.25 Continue Reading