The roundup of iOS apps includes some iOS based apps for enjoying football season, as well as new updated offerings for videos and photos.
The Flicker is doing its level best to present itself as a Facebook hater’s substitute to Instagram. The new update enhances a number of latest filters to the app’s new feature set, but also allows you to add filters while getting the shot. You can now create custom filters, and this nifty app comes with some free editing tools which were previously available only to paying customers.
The football season is starting, the Flick Kick Field Goal 2014 allows you to kick field goals, but it is unique for its social component mostly, allowing you to compete and recruit against family and friends from across the country. An evolving list of challenges and rewards, and matchups are available every day. Free for iPad and iPhone.
The KeyCam (free) an iPhone app that allows you to put a timer on your camera, allowing you to get your selfie without holding the camera. Just need to set a timer for 5, 10 or 15 seconds before the photo is taken.
The Human (free) app has one goal; to get you moving for thirty minutes or more a day. Just turn it on, throw your handset into your bag or pocket, and the app tracks your running, walking, and bicycling through the whole day.
The Material for iPhone is the newest in the Zite style social newsreaders. Sign in with Twitter or Facebook, and then this app will give you a magazine style layout of headlines formed toward your interest.
The Sympler (free) is a video mixing app for iPhone; you pick any video clips or the photos to fill the 6 grid boxes in this app’s interface, even pulling the content from your Instagram and Vine apps. Choose music from your library, then start mixing, you will end up with the twenty-second best video for sharing on the social networks.