Snapping great photos with your iPhone is easy. Getting those shots grouped and printed is not. Unless you're using Recently. This combination app and service automatically curates 100 of your most recent photos, then has you upload them once a month. When they're received, they're printed into a customized, high-quality 7" x 10" magazine with the date displayed prominently for easy sorting. You can use as few as 50 photos to make a magazine, or if you're a prolific shooter, use the simple editing tools to decide what goes in and what stays out. It's one of the easiest ways to get your latest photos in the palms of your hands.

  • Astropad

    While there are plenty of apps out there that attempt to turn your mobile device into a graphics tablet, most are buggy, slow, are a pain to setup, and rarely work. Built by former Apple engineers, Astropad transforms your iPhone or iPad into a Retina-screened, professional graphics tablet for your Mac, is easy to setup, and actually works when you need it most. You can even enjoy a zero lag experience working offline, as it works both wirelessly and over USB. This professional tool for photo editing and drawing is also now available as an Apple watch app for customizable shortcuts from your wrist.

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  • VHS Camcorder

    It's easy to forget, now that we carry HD-recording slabs of glass and metal in our pockets, that casual video used to be the domain of clunky, cassette-eating monsters. VHS Camcorder lets you relive those times by simulating the fuzzy, sometimes distorted videos of years past. It lets you post the timestamp on your videos, just like the camcorders of yore, spoof the date, so that "2015" business doesn't give you away, and gives you a number of other effects to let your clips look and sound that much worse more like they were recorded when Marty McFly was still jamming to Huey Lewis.

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