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March 22, 2017
Apple today announced a new app, Clips, that borrows the best bit from Snapchat, Instagram, Vine, Prisma, and other popular video sharing services out there. The app is separate from the stock iOS app and lets iPhone and iPad owners capture photo or videos directly.
It is the functionality that the app offers after that which separates it from other apps present in the App Store. Like other apps, you can add filters, overlays, posters, background music, and titles to your photos and videos. In addition to that and unlike other apps, Clip also allows you a timeline so that you can add stitch together a bunch of photos and videos if you want to.
The app will record videos for up to 30 minutes at a stretch, with the total video length being generated from the app limited to 60 minutes.
A feature unique to Clips is its Live Titles feature which allows one to add titles over their photos and videos but using voice. So, once you have added a photo or video to Clips, simply select the Live Titles option, select your desired style, and proceed to record the title that you want. The app will automatically convert your voice from 36 different languages into the title you want.
The clips that you create in Clips can be shared with any other app or you can save them locally on your device as well. If you want to share a clip on iMessage, the app will make use of a new feature called Smart Suggestions to automatically recommend people to whom you should share the clip. The recommendations are based on the faces of the people that are actually present in the photo/video of the clip.
The new Clips app from Apple will be available on the iOS App Store from April.
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March 21, 2017
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In addition to their normal bonuses, the website also offers a Loyalty Rewards program for returning players. All players who bet with real money are automatically entered into and the more you play, the more reward points you earn. You can then use these credits to earn different levels of the program and better rewards. These include birthday bonuses, monthly loyalty bonuses and special weekly promotions not open to other players.
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Putting money into a casino website and withdrawing it safely is another of the big areas that players are concerned about. For 7sultans, there are a number of payment options available. You can deposit and withdraw money through a Visa and MasterCard as well as through e-wallets such as Neteller and Skrill.
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Both the website and mobile app use the latest in digital encryption to protect player’s details when they log on. This includes using a 256-bit SSL digital encryption – the same level of protection used by banks and other financial institutions to protect bank account information. They also have a policy of not giving out any information about website users to any third parties.
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Cosmic Express ($4.99) by Draknek Limited is a puzzle game about building train routes for an awkward space colony of adorable little aliens. If you enjoyed titles like Mini Metro and Conduct THIS!, then Cosmic Express is another fine gem to add to your collection of train puzzlers.
When I’m not exploring Hyrule on my Nintendo Switch these days, I like to take a breather and relax with some quick game time on my iPhone. If you’ve followed my work over the past few years, then you’ll know that I’m a complete sucker for puzzle games because while I like to relax, I prefer to keep my brain stimulated somehow, and I find puzzles to be the best medicine. When Mini Metro came out, I quickly fell in love with the train puzzle genre because not only am I a fan of trains in general, but I love the complexity behind them — they look easy at first, but there’s much more to trains and subways than what you see on the surface. Cosmic Express caught my eye on the App Store in the past few days because of the cute aliens, but I also noticed that it was from the same developers of A Good Snowman Is Hard To Build, which was another delightful puzzle game. Because of this fact, I knew Cosmic Express was a game that I had to check out, and I can definitely say that I’m not disappointed.
Visually speaking, Cosmic Express is gorgeous and packed with a ton of charm. The game is rendered in 3-D with an isometric perspective, which is great because it helps players see the entire grid where they’ll be laying train tracks on to solve the puzzles. It looks a bit more cartoonish than the other train games I’ve mentioned earlier, but that’s just part of the allure of Cosmic Express. The color palette features a nice range of soft and vibrant pastel hues, and everything contrasts nicely with one another, so it’s easy to tell things apart. The alien creatures have a distinctive skin color and appearance, all of which I found to be rather endearing, and it’s not hard to tell what their destinations are. Animations are smooth and fluid, so I had no issues with lag on my iPhone 7. There is a subtle, ambient soundtrack in the background and there are fun and quirky sound effects that you’ll hear as you have your space train kick into motion. I believe that Draknek Limited did another excellent job in terms of the visual and audio design with Cosmic Express.
Like other puzzle games before it, Cosmic Express is level-based, and players have to complete previous puzzles in order to unlock access to the next stage. While it’s fairly linear, it does give a bit of leeway as you progress, because some stages branch off to open up later levels early. While I’m not sure how many levels there are in total, the App Store description mentions “hundreds of levels,” so you can be sure that there is plenty of bang for your buck. Cosmic Express is also pretty relaxing, as there are no points or stars to worry about collecting — the goal is to just get all of the aliens in the space colony to their proper destinations, and then have the train exit to move on to the next area. It sounds simple enough, right? As you advance through the stages one-by-one, you’ll soon realize that even such a basic concept gets intricate and complex.
Controls in Cosmic Express are straightforward, intuitive, and work well even on smaller screen devices. The start of the track will usually be on the left side of the colony bubble, and your job is to place tracks down on the grid so that it picks up each alien as a passenger, drops them off at their appropriate destination (color coded), repeats the process for each alien, and then goes to the exit, which is located on one of the other sides of the grid. To place tracks down, just touch-and-drag from either the start or end point of the track. Tracks cannot cross over each other, so the trick is to figure out a path that will pick up all aliens (one-at-a-time) and drop them off and then reach the exit in one go. Once you have all of your track laid out, just tap on the “Play” button to have the train move. If the train is unsuccessful, then you can tap on the “restart” button to try again. Since there are no points, stars, or penalties to worry about, Cosmic Express is a rather meditative game, making it a perfect way to relax.
I’ve only managed to play through some of the beginning levels, but so far the game is thoroughly enjoyable. I love adorable graphical style, the audio is a delight to the ears, controls work well (even on small screens), and the puzzles themselves can be fairly challenging, despite the cartoonish aesthetic. I’m still in the early stages, but I can see myself coming back to this one for a while.
I highly recommend checking out Cosmic Express if you’re a train puzzle game fan. You can find Cosmic Express on the App Store as a universal download for your iPhone and iPad for just $4.99. There are no in-app purchases.
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