App of the Month of June: Snapseed
Snapseed is an amazing photo editing app brought to you by Nik Software, a company with serious following in the world of professional photography. It was first released for the iPad in June 2011 and then for the iPhone in August 2011, it won Apple's iPad App of the Year 2012 Award and now it's here as Sl's Repository's App of the Month of June. Read our review inside.
WWDC 2012 News Roundup
Apple's news at WWDC today skewed heavily toward its Mac line, with long-awaited updates to its MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and MacBook Air lines, while also providing a first glimpse of the latest version of its iOS mobile operating system.
The event served as a reminder that while Apple's largest growth drivers are the iPhone and the iPad, its Mac line continues to be an important part of business. To better illustrate the point, Apple unveiled a next-generation MacBook Pro.
That said, the mobile end got its update with iOS 6, which includes 200 new updates, as well as upgrades to Siri.
Want to know more? Read inside!
How many times have you looked for ways to watch Flash videos on your iPhone? How many times did you try aps that promise you live TV streaming to your iPad? How many times did you think "Why doesn't Netflix update the shows with the latest seasons/episodes so I can watch them on my Apple TV, because I don't want to pay 5$ per episode to Apple..."?
Read inside for vloop, the ultimate solution to this questions!
Introducing App of the Month
Now that Sl's Repository is finally up and running, we would like to introduce you to something new, The Sl's Repository's App of the Month!
Each Month, at the last day of the month, we will announce the app of the month and it's runner-up and then at the end of the year will we will choose one of the 24 apps that will be chosen as Sl's Repository's App of the Year!
Read inside for more...
SL's Repository Is Opposing Internet Censorship!
One topic has become very big for all the Internet businesses and users during the last few months - the voting of 2 laws that according to many experts will result in censorship of online information: the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and its sister bill - Protect Intellectual Property Act (PIPA). As PIPA will be voted by the US Senate on January 24th, we would like to take the chance and ask you to spare a few minutes and state your opinion about these laws. SiteGround, which is Sl's Repository's web hosting service(which is really great by the way!), has launched their own STOP CENSORSHIP campaign that we at Sl's Repository joined.