Category: iPhone

Screeny 2.0 Goes Beyond Screenshots, Lets You Delete Unwanted (Live) Photos & Videos

Back in 2014, a little app called Screeny debuted on the App Store and took the hassle out of deleting unwanted screenshots from your iPhone or iPad. A product of NFN Labs, Screeny was a nifty way to automatically scan entire contents of your iOS Camera Roll and quickly pick any unwanted screenshots for deletion. This was especially handy back then, as iOS did not have a separate folder for your Screenshots like it does today. Screeny did one thing...

Panic Stops Development of Transmit for iOS & Removes it from Sale

Weather Line App Adds Support for iPhone X and New Data

App Santa 2017

App Santa — Beautiful Apps & Games, Up To 80% Off

It’s the holiday season, and App Santa has come bearing gifts. Just like the last few years, Realmac Software and friends have come together to offer some amazing discounts on a wide range of apps and games this year. Starting today and until December 26th, we’ve got 13 apps and 11 games on sale with up to 80% off. We’ve featured most of these apps here on Beautiful Pixels, so this is a fantastic deal for you to grab. Apps...

Koins Currency Converter

Koins — A Currency Converter Designed for One-Handed Use

Koins is a new currency converter app for iPhone and iPad by Appatakkars that’s designd for one-handed use. The Appatakkars are known for their gorgeous iPhone apps like Lumy, Cleanz, and Blurz. Just like these apps, Koinz Koins looks stunning, especially on the new OLED display on the iPhone X. Koins looks and works largely like a typical currency converter app on iOS. You’ve got the to/from currencies at the top and a numeric keypad at the bottom. You can...

Things 3 Introduces a ‘Mail to Things’ Feature

This month marks roughly seven months since the release of Things 3 for iPhone, iPad, and Mac — a major update that introduced a completely rebuilt suite of apps featuring an all-new design language, a highly polished UX and an incredible set of features that managed to win us over in our review. Cultured Code had been heavily criticized for their slow updates leading up the release of Things 3, but over the last 6 months, the team behind the...