StoreShots – Create App Store Screenshots for Android, iPhone & iPad

Put your screenshots in the right frame
for iPhone, iPad and Android.

Create App Store Screenshots that sell. Increase your downloads with no effort and present your app in the best way possible. Without a monthly fee.

The right frame for the right device.

Present your app in a realistic setting for every user. StoreShots uses the right device frame for every device class. (e.g. iPhone 6s for iPhone 6s screenshot sizes). You can choose between multiple color options or select a flat design.

Custom layout.

Set custom background gradients, upload your own background image, select different font styles and position the device to fit your app. Format your text with different sizes and font styles.

Localize to all languages.

Even if your app is only available in English, you should localize your description and screenshot tag lines to reach even more users worldwide.

iTunes Connect upload with Deliver.

StoreShots generates a structured export, which can be uploaded automatically with fastlane’s Deliver.

iPhone, iPad and Android phone & tablet support

Bulk upload

App landing page

Export in PNG or JPEG

Landscape and portrait mode

Intelligent asset selection

Unlimited projects

Duplicate projects

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Apple’s Mac App Store Now Live With 1,000 Apps [Apple]

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Infinity Blade iOS game coming to App Store Dec. 9th

iOS gamers will soon finally have something to prove their handheld gaming dominance with the highly-anticipated Infinity Blade slated to hit the App Store on December 9th for $5.99. “I can’t believe this is on one of our devices” – Steve Jobs after seeing a tech demo of the game in action. The title is... Read More…

iOS gamers will soon finally have something to prove their handheld gaming dominance with the highly-anticipated Infinity Blade slated to hit the App Store on December 9th for $5.99.

“I can’t believe this is on one of our devices” – Steve Jobs after seeing a tech demo of the game in action.

The title is definitely by far the most graphically advanced game for iOS devices, using the same Unreal Engine technology used to create high-profile console games such as recent hits Batman: Arkham Asylum, Mass Effect 2, and Borderlands.

A tech demo for the game was originally shown off by developer Chair Entertainment and parent company Epic Games (developer of Gears of War) at a special event held by Apple CEO Steve Jobs in September. The result of that demo is the Unreal Engine-powered Infinity Blade action RPG hitting the App Store next month. You can download the free tech demo, which is called “Epic Citadel” from the App Store now.

Infinity Blade ($5.99) will be available December 9th for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, 3rd generation iPod touch, and iPads running iOS 3.1.3 or higher. The official trailer for the title is above.

[9to5mac and IGN]

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FaceIt-3GS Brings FaceTime to the iPhone 3GS

FaceTime is one the more desired new features that come exclusively to the new iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th generation.  For obvious reasons (No front-facing camera maybe?) FaceTime isn’t included on any of the older generation iPhones. Once again a jailbroken iPhone is all you need to overcome such limitaions.  The team at iPhoneIslam... Read More…

FaceTime FaceTime is one the more desired new features that come exclusively to the new iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4th generation.  For obvious reasons (No front-facing camera maybe?) FaceTime isn’t included on any of the older generation iPhones.

Once again a jailbroken iPhone is all you need to overcome such limitaions.  The team at iPhoneIslam has but together a nice app called FaceIt-3GS, which lets any jailbroken iPhone 3Gs owner use the new FaceTime  program.  Before you get all excited, there is one big snag, FaceIt-3GS is only one-way.  Meaning you can only recieve and view FaceTime streams from other FaceTime contacts.  The hack does not let you send or stream video using the 3Gs’s camera.  Anyone with a iPhone 4 or iPod Touch 4G can talk to you, you just can’t talk back.

There is no word if the developers are working on a fix or adding the video-out feature on any future updates.  Don’t get me wrong it’s still a great hack, and could be useful to those who want view friends and family on the otherside of the world.  Launch Cydia and check it out.

[via iPhoneIslam (translated)]

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