Bluelounge is very good at making products that are aesthetically pleasing, and offer simple solutions to minor problems we may not have even thought about, and the Kickflip is another one of those products.
Articles by Ian Fuchs
Whether you’re an aspiring photographer or videographer, or just looking for a way to mount your phone to a tripod to film your daughters next dance recital, the Beastgrip is an incredible product that is worth checking out!
For amateur videographers, and creatives not looking to spend a lot to get a huge level of expandability, sometimes an iPhone or iPad is all it takes to begin to produce great content. While there will always be a place for professional grade cameras, video editing software, and expensive rigs – consumer/amateur video is a market that Apple is slowly chipping away at.
The “connected home” is one of the biggest areas of innovation as of late, with smart appliances, voice-controlled thermostats, and app-driven lights taking center stage at various electronics shows and making appearances at various home improvement stores.
Anyone who has ever tried to record quality audio directly into their iOS device or computer has inevitably come to a crossroads in their experience. What’s the easiest, highest quality method for capturing great audio…? IK Multimedia’s new iRig Pro is a universal solution for capturing quality audio, regardless of what you’re recording on the go!
Photos, apps, music, and movies can certainly be the culprit for lack of iPhone storage – but what is this OTHER thing that’s taking up space? How do you find them, and how do you get rid of them? CleanMyPhone for Mac is your one-stop-shop for freeing up some of that unmanagable space.
If you have ever looked at a tab, played an instrument, or tried to teach someone else how to play a song, Tabular for iPad is hands-down one of the best tools for writing anything musical, for musicians of all levels.
The team behind the Padcaster are looking to create an iPad mini version of the rig – enabling you to mount microphones, lights, and external lenses to an iPad, as well as mount the entire system on top of a tripod – but first, they need your help!
In the times I’ve taken Glass out in public, I’ve received a handful of questions about how it works, what it does, and the like. Since Glass is extremely new, and relatively rare to see out and about, it seemed only fair to address some of the more common questions I’ve been asked.
We’ve all looked for something hidden in a picture or looked in every corner of our house trying to find our keys. Dream: Hidden Adventure takes seek-and-find & turns it into a whimsical game for iOS
The two biggest culprits of a messy desk, in my opinion, are papers and wires… Sharing in my distaste for a messy workspace, Bluelounge is always working to provide simple solutions to manage your technological tethers.
Based around the concept of a being more ergonomic for holding and manipulating the iPad, the Clutch system, in essence, adds a handle to the back of our iPad, allowing for more comfortable, prolonged use.
With the latest wave of Explorers taking Glass out into the wild, it’s almost a guarantee that this wearable could begin to take shape as a real, main-stream product.
“Live Video, Twitter-like app” Hang With (Hang W/) just received it’s official bump to version 2.0 with full iOS 7 design, and a couple fun tricks up it’s sleeve.
The Mac App Store is home to more than 15 separate third-party Facebook Messenger apps. Some of them aren’t terrible – but sometimes the simplest solution is the one that comes straight from the source. According to Facebook, you can actually use Facebook Messenger straight from Messages.app (and even iChat).
AirLike is a delightfully designed, easy to use App, that offers a feature that wasn’t readily available on iOS 6 (or before), but can it compete with the built-in addition of AirDrop in iOS 7?