Most Creative Apps For Your IPhone
Purposes than simply texting and making calls. With software companies continuing to update and bring out new applications, the market is flooded with a plethora of great apps which can you use to your advantage whilst your on the move. If you’re creative and want to write, paint or create photographic images there are a few apps that you shouldn’t be without.
WordPress is one of the most utilised blogging platforms in the world, especially because you can get a blog for free and use the company’s range of great products to customise your writing. The official wordpress app is a great addition for those who have a blog, allowing you to update your online content, interact with comments and posts, and manage your images.
Font’s can be a big part of creative writing and design, and you’ll often discover unknown new text whilst you’re surfing the web. WhatTheFont is the perfect tool if you stumble across a font that you love but don’t recognise and want to know what it is. Simply snap a photo with your iPhone, crop the image to the word, and use WhatTheFont to distinguish what font the text is written in. You’ll also be able to see the complete font range including numbers, lowercase and uppercase, with additional ‘buy it’ options.
The Typography Manual
If you want to actually create your own fonts, then the Typography Manual is for you. Its features allow you to create font, which is pixel perfect for the web, and the manual also includes a style guide, an extensive history into fonts, and an HTML character codes list.
If you’re not writing but want to keep abreast of all the latest news feed updates then Reeder is the tool for you. Whilst you can still visit multiple websites every day via your iPhone safari browser to get all the news you need, the Reeder app uses RSS feeds to save you a lot of time and trouble by collating all the links into one place for easy access.
If you’re more creative with your images than your writing, then Brushes is a perfect application for you. It is one of the most current and sophisticated apps for artists available, and allows you to create images with touch-based gestures. You can also export created works as Quicktime movies or high-resolution images, allowing you to work on the go and let your creative inspiration flow.
An important part of web design is the ability to create new templates. Colour is a vital aspect of this and with cliqcliq Colors you can create bespoke and tailored palettes from scratch, or by utilising iPhone camera roll images and specific Flickr photos. Palettes can be saved for later use and emailed in formats, which can be used in Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop and Illustrator.