Cameras in the Nokia Lumia 925, HTC One and the Apple iPhone 5 are all tested on quality, sharpness & colour in real world situations. All have their own strengths. The iPhone just nudges the others out for the title.
Flickr released a major update today to their iOS app. Much of the talk has been about the addition of filters (ala Instagram) but there's a lot more to it that is worth a look. The contacts view. Double tap = favoriting/liking the photo (chalk up another nod to Instagram). You can flick across to see more pics from any one contact, or down to see more contacts. Tap on a photo to go through to a details page & comment.
Just launched from Quest Visual is an iPhone app for translating text in images (think road signs etc) on the fly! How handy will this app be on a Europe holiday to decipher signs/menus/accommodation details on the go.
Every morning on the bus I'm still amazed at how much stuff is packed into this little pocket computer - the iPhone 4 in this case. I seem to have created myself a little routine for each morning - strategically shaped around signal strength and how long I've got to get stuff done so I thought I'd share it...