Category: iPhone

Plex for iOS. Beautiful Icon.

“Are you really featuring this app on BP?”, asked a friend who was peeking as I was preparing the screenshots for this post. Plex, the beautiful media center application for the Mac, has just announced their iOS extender app that… Plex mobile integrates seamlessly with the desktop version. Stop watching a movie in your living room, and continue right where you left off on your iPhone or iPad. All of your ratings, viewed status and more is kept perfectly in...

A Collection of Simply Amazing iPhone Homescreen Wallpapers

iOS 4 has been around for a while now, and the iPhone 4 makes iOS 4 look perfect to throw a wallpaper on. Still, wallpapers have been spread out far and wide, that a lot of people stick to the default wallpapers. So we’ve gone through the trouble of scrounging for some good ones, especially since we can see all the beautiful homescreens uploaded on homescreen.me. Rounded up are but a few stunning iPhone 4 backgrounds (and background packs) that...

Now you don’t even have to Dribbble before you Dunk

Robocat Apps announced their new app Dunk for the iPhone two weeks ago. It is a client for the quite young but famous web service dribbble. dribbble, as you know, is a place where designers from all around the world can post whatever they are working on; a great resource for inspiration and to follow design processes. And now, dribbble is native on the iPhone. The app is designed as gorgeous as you would expect it from Micheal Flarup. You...

SwankoLab – A digital darkroom for all you nostalgic iPhone users

Simulating real handcraft on digital devices have never been that sexy as with SwankoLab. It is a digital darkroom to edit your photos in the old-fashioned way — except you don’t need to be in a dark room. And it just looks stunning. You can lay down your photo into the basic darkroom substances and ‘drop’ new chemicals, which effects on your photo are described on the bottle in your digital shelf. After you got the perfect formula mixed together...

Drag, Drop, Review – It is really that simple

A collaboration between Bohemian Coding and designer Kevin Kalle can only be a good thing. In fact: it is! The coming together of developer and designer made a new iPhone app, simply called Review. Review is intended to be a test environment directly on the iPhone, which helps developers testing their UI elements’ quality directly on the new iPhone Retina Display. This is achieved with a simple uploader on the Mac desktop (OS X 10.6 required) and a gorgeous looking...

Warn me — Futuristic, Glossy Black Unicorn

Says Tony Blessander about the Warn Me app, in his portfolio: GV Qualité contracted me to create the design of their speedcam detection application for iPhone. A futuristic, glossy black interface with stylish red LED lights helps the driver keep track of speed cameras throughout France and other contries. Sold! Now, where is it?