ZDNet App Wrap: March 4, 2013

ZDNet App Wrap: March 4, 2013

Summary: This week's apps include: Photoshop Touch, WP8 Dev Center, Telstra T-CLoud, Terminal IDE, UniTucker, Coast Guard SafeTrx, Andrew Laming, and Guzman y Gomez.

TOPICS: AppWrap, Apps

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    Photoshop Touch

    Platform: iOS, Android

    Price: AU$5.49

    The grandaddy of digital image manipulation software has at last arrived on mobile platforms.

    This app brings with it standard Photoshop features, such as layers, selection tools, adjustments, and filters.

    Connected to Adobe's Creative Cloud, the theory with this app is that you could take a picture with your mobile device, start adjusting an image on the device, then head back to your computer to polish it all up nicely. The app comes with 2GB of Creative Cloud storage.

    Images of up to 12 megapixels are supported.

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    Dev Center

    Platform: Windows Phone

    Price: Free

    As a developer, who wouldn't want an app to tell you about how many app sales and crashes are occurring?

    This preview app on Windows Phone provides information on downloads and crashes in five day, one month, six month, and one year windows. It also shows app details and reviews.

    Being a Windows Phone app, it is armed with a LiveTile that shows download and crash counts.

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    Telstra T-Cloud

    Platform: iOS, Android

    Price: Free

    Telstra is offering its own freemium Dropbox-like storage cloud, and this is the companion app for mobile.

    The functionality is typical of a cloud storage app, with the syncing software working across iOS, Android, Windows, and Mac.

Topics: AppWrap, Apps


Chris started his journalistic adventure in 2006 as the Editor of Builder AU after originally joining CBS as a programmer. After a Canadian sojourn, he returned in 2011 as the Editor of TechRepublic Australia, and is now the Australian Editor of ZDNet.

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