Audio is used in everyday life, and one thing I’ve learnt is that there’s always room to edit. You’re never going to hit perfection the first time, it’s just an everyday fact. However, you can’t edit without an “editor.” Luckily, when searching for one which suited my needs, I came across Audacity – a highly basic, but well crafted application.
Audacity is a free audio editor which allows you to alter your voice or music in a variety of different ways by combining audio recording with editing into one software package makes for the perfect piece of kit. A program for anyone looking for a simple wasy to perform a simple task. Read on to find out more!
Photography never really went hand-in-hand with mobile phones until a couple of years back when smartphones started featuring lenses worthy of shooting in lieu of a dedicated cameras. In 2012, we’ve got phones that are even powerful enough to compete with DSLRs for the average consumer and, on Windows Phone exclusively, we’ve been promised to the HTC Titan II, a phone with a 16-megapixel shooter on the back.
In this roundup, we’re going to take a look at a handful of photography-focused apps on Windows Phone. In the first section, we’ll take a look at those for capturing and editing and, in the second section, we’ll look at some bonus ones for sharing and viewing.