Now that the iPad has a 5 megapixel camera, photography on the iPad is definitely something that is considerable. Though there are some excellent photo editing programs on the iPad, photo taking services that are formatted for the iPad are relatively scarce.
360 Panorama has been fit for the iPad long before the new iPad made its debut. Better yet, it offers features the stock camera app would never be able to do without a lot of editing afterwards. Read more about it after the break.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always been fascinated by behind-the-scenes books, TV shows and other media. I always love to see the people and the methods which created the game, movie, or TV show that I’ve just played. I was very excited when I found The Final Hours of Portal 2 on the App Store, an interactive, behind-the-scenes book for my favourite product of 2011 (even ahead of the iPhone 4S!).
The Final Hours of Portal 2 is a book and, as you’ll see shortly, is actually eerily similar to the style of interactive textbooks that Apple just recently unveiled. Being on the iPad, the regular text and images are mixed with more interactive elements including the ability to modify scenes in the game and to view panoramic images. We’re not iPad.BookStorm so, rather than review the contents of the book, we’re going to take a look at the unique interactive features of the app and then investigate how the experience is so special on the iPad.