Fresh iPhone Apps for June 11: Snaptime, PaceDJ, No Red T-shirts

Jun 11, 2012
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Spend the week creating new and interesting photographs with today’s leading Fresh iPhone App, Snaptime. Like Instagram, the app allows you to alter and filter the shots you take with it – but unlike Instagram, you can apply more than one filter to a single shot. We’ve also got an update to PaceDJ, an app […]

Spend the week creating new and interesting photographs with today’s leading Fresh iPhone App, Snaptime. Like Instagram, the app allows you to alter and filter the shots you take with it – but unlike Instagram, you can apply more than one filter to a single shot. We’ve also got an update to PaceDJ, an app that analyzes your music and your workout pace and matches the two together to keep you motivated. Finally, there’s No Red T-Shirts, a game in which you need to give out fines to lawbreakers by rapidly tapping them.

Snaptime (iPhone, iPad) Free

Photography app Snaptime might remind you a bit of apps similar to Instagram. Like Facebook’s newly acquired social networking app, Snaptime makes it easy to adjust your photos by applying different filters. It allows users to add several filters, changing things like color and adding different effects to create interesting and unique shots.

When you’re finished adjusting your photos, Snaptime also makes it easy to share them with others. You can do that through email and integration through various social networks, such as Twitter, Facebook and Flickr. You’ll need to snap photos within the app to adjust them, however, as you can’t pull shots from your Camera Roll just yet.

PaceDJ Running App update (iPhone, iPad) $1.99

PaceDJ combines a simulated pedometer with the music you need to stay motivated whenever you go for a run or bike ride. You set your pace (or have the app measure it for you) to determine how fast or slow you need the music you listen to during your workout to be. Too fast, and a song can become uncomfortable or encourage you to move too fast, but too slow and the opposite effect can happen. PaceDJ helps to keep that from happening.

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The app can measure your pace from iPhone’s accelerometer capabilities, which it uses for the pedometer features. The app will use that info with the songs on your device, matching them to PaceDJ’s database to figure out just how many beats per minute each one uses. Then it assigns those songs that match your pace to your workout playlist – but you can adjust your tempo at any time, and you can even fix any songs that are identified with incorrect BPM counts.

No Red T-Shirts (iPhone, iPad) $0.99

There are some goofy laws to be enforced in No Red T-Shirts, and luckily, you’re just the malfunctioning police robot to do it. In No Red T-Shirts, you’ll need to move around each area, locating people who are breaking the law according to an ever-changing mandate. For example, if your indicator says the law says no dogs are allowed, you’ll need to find and tap on all the people walking dogs to collect fines from them.The challenges change quickly, and your goal is to issue as many fines as possible in order to earn money for the city. Once you do that, you can use the funds you gather from fines to build things like shops and upgrade them, as well. You’ll also unlock new fines and challenges as you unlock new stuff. There’s also Game Center support for achievements and leaderboards.

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