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Rodney Butler took a trip to Italy in 2006, taking over 120 high resolution (1024 X 768) photos along the way. Now he wants you to benefit from his travel and fancy camera with Photo Tour Italy.
The app contains albums of photos, each organized around popular cities in Italy, including Rome, Vatican City, Florence, Sienna, Pisa, Podova, and Venice. All the images are within in the app itself, so you won't need an internet connection to see them. You can email the photos as well, sending to friends and family, perhaps, to encourage them to take a trip to Italy of their own.
Photo Tour Italy is an ad-supported free app. Images can be zoomed into with a pinching gesture, or viewed as a slideshow. You can even save photos to your camera roll to use as a home screen background. It's available now as a Universal app in the App Store at the link below.
I've got an iPad full to the brim with photos taken over the years, ever since I first dipped into the iOS world. Numbering in the thousands, it's comforting to know they're there, ready to browse through at any time.
How to exhibit them to others, however? Or how about just a cool new way of watching a slideshow of images? That's where Jiv3D enters the picture.
It's a new app that automatically syncs music with photos, thus creating attractive showcases of all those memorable moments. With several different themes that can be applied and the ability to manipulate images with a tap of the screen, Jiv3D is a pretty neat app and extremely easy to use.
It's an ideal app for all manners of different situations such as showing holiday snaps to the family or in the conference room to explain a concept to colleagues.
Jiv3D is out now for iPad owners and it's a free download.