Over the Moon About: This Photo App, a Fun Excursion, and a Rainbow
June 10, 2014
More from my Over the Moon About Series–here are a few things that caught my eye in the last few weeks. Enjoy!
Wild and Zany App: Tiny Planet
I use quite a few apps in my public relations business: time management apps, social media apps, photography apps. Some of my favorites are listed at the bottom of this post. Sometimes you just have to have fun and try out others, like this unique Tiny Planet app for iPhone….. and android. The image above was taken looking at Central Park South….and it certainly shows off New York City well.
June is National Zoo and Aquarium Month
Each June, zoos and aquariums around the county celebrate National Zoo and Aquarium Month. Yes, it’s true — this is an opportunity to celebrate conservation, wildlife, research, and education. What a blast our family had taking pictures in Boston’s New England Aquarium. So, grab your family and friends and visit your local zoo or aquarium. PS. The most visited zoos in the US are the San Diego Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, St. Louis Zoo, with the Bronx Zoo being #8 on the list.
A Simple Rainbow
And I’m always over the moon about rainbows. This double rainbow was directly across the street from our home. I was happy to return from work in time for this display. I’ve seen quite a few rainbows on Instagram lately, more than ever before.
Here Are Some of My favorite Go-to iPhone Apps:
Flickr: Photo management and sharing app. You can even post an image on Instagram and share to Flickr.
FrameMagic: Build awesome photo and video collages.
Evernote: My favorite organization app, store all of your ideas right here. Perfect for my upcoming trip to Africa.
Waterlogue: This photo app is still one of my favorites. Read more in a recent blog post I wrote. With examples!
Flipboard: It’s like reading a digital magazine, great news reader for all the publications and blogs you follow.
Genius Scan: Do you ever need to scan on the go? I can create wonderful full-size pdf files with Genius Scan.
Which apps do you use regularly?
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