In iPhoto for iOS, you can compare multiple photos at once. You can even zoom in on one or each of them while comparing.
With one photo selected, simply flick another up from the photo strip into the lightbox, which can preview a total of six. You can also long-press on them. Flick photos away from the lightbox to remove them. Tap photos in the lightbox to preview them on top of the others.
iPhoto for iOS is available in the App Store.
Want a good, simple way to fight spam and phishing on iOS? Disable remote images in Mail for iOS, yet still load them remotely on a per-message basis.
Got a Passcode enabled? You can block access to Siri, Passcode, and Reply with Message until you unlock.
I’m actually a bit surprised at how many great little details and animations there are in the new Twitter #music app.
Yes, it’s as awesome as it sounds.
I just discovered Wikiweb for iPhone and iPad and I have to say, this is really slick. It actually animates your Wikipedia search process in a useful way, visualizing a topic as a related collection of sub-topics and sources.
With iOS 6, Apple added silence-and-reply options with custom messages for phone calls. But if a number is blocked, the options never appear next to the ‘slide to answer’ bar since there is no way to reply.
You can still silence any call by pressing one of the volume buttons.
No I’m not writing this just because one of my suggestions made it into the app. Tumblr remains the best first-party iOS blogging client by a mile.
- Download Noteshelf for iPad
- Take a bunch of notes or draw something
- Select just part of that something
- Share just that part in other apps because Noteshelf is fantastic
[thanks Joe Kohlmann!]