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Favorite iPhone apps: Robert's take

Now that Steve, Victor, and Mike have all made their opinions clear, I get to tell you what apps I use most on my iPod touch. My first favorite is Exposure, an app that lets you browse Flickr photos. Personally, my favorite thing to do in a boring phone meeting is to browse Flickr's "Featured"...

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Two views on iPhone OS and the App Store

Most of you will have heard of Fraser Speirs. He's the developer behind FlickrExport and now Exposure for iPhone. This week he's made two consecutive and interesting posts that show what it's been like to be a software developer during the first few days of the Store's operation. In one post, he...

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First Look: Exposure for the iPhone

It seems like only yesterday I was writing about Exposure, the iPhone native Flickr browser, in a rather circumspect manner. Now that the App Store is out I took Exposure (available in a free version and a premium version) for a spin and I really liked what I saw. Before we go any further I should...

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Exposure: two billion photos, in your pocket

Connected Flow, the company behind my favorite iPhoto plugin: FlickrExport, has just posted some information about a brand new app made just for the iPhone: Exposure. Exposure is a Flickr browsing client that makes it easy to see what folks are up to on Flickr. Browse your own photos, your contacts,...

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Review of Photoshop plug-in Alien Skin Exposure

Here's one for you Macheads who use Photoshop. If you don't mind if I blow my own horn for a second, I had the opportunity to write a review of a cool Photoshop plug-in - Alien Skin Exposure - for Macworld. Check it out here. Exposure bridges the divide between digital and film photography, by...

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