Our app ClickNowApp is now free

Earlier this year we launched our app, ClickNow. The app that plays a sound to attract the attention of your favorite pet, and then takes a photo. The app was Swedens most downloaded the following days, and is still doing well in the stats.

This app is now free to download – I hope you will enjoy it!

Download for iOS

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Make Your Pet Look In the Camera

During the Winter I’ve been involved in a project called Click Now. It’s an app that will make it easier to take a photo of your pet.

So, how does it work?

The idea is pretty simple. The app plays a sound that will attract the attention of the pet, and then it takes a photo!

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If you want to see it in action, this is the link to app store.

If you take a good photo, we’re really interested in seeing it on our Facebook page, or the Instagram page.

© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning

Stockholm In October

When it comes to photography I’ve always been a “all or nothing-guy”. At times I spend hours after hours just to get better, but at other times there can be 2 months without using my “normal” camera, and at that time just settling with my iPhone or other smaller devices.

In autumn though, the feeling always gets me. The colors, the air and so in. Magic!

Yesterday I got up early to take some photos of Stockholm. The weather channel had promised a great morning, and it was right! Amazing.

Half of these images (the sunny ones) are without any post-processing (except lens correction), while the others are using a specifik preset that I’ve developed over the last months. The preset is based on a preset I downloaded from Trey Ratcliff. I like the atmosphere it brings to the photo.

Best wishes for a great autumn!

© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - Stockholm - October Morning
© Pedro Hansson – Stockholm – October Morning
© Pedro Hansson - October - Sunny morning
© Pedro Hansson – October – Sunny morning

Great “Hidden” Feature in iOS – Reminders Based On Locations

It was just a month ago when I had lunch with an android user who showed me a great app where he could set reminders based on location. I searched for a similar app within app store, but I couldn’t find anyone good enough.

While I was looking i came across an article that were describing the same feature, in a native iphone app. Bingo!

So, what is this feature all about? For instance, you can set a reminder when you enter a store, and the have your shopping list right in front of you when you enter. Launch a specific reminder when your phone is connected to your car, call home when you leave work and so on. It may sound like a small thing, but actually it helps me a lot every day.

So how do you use it?

Start “Reminders”, (“Påminnelser” is the Swedish word for that)

Click on the + sign, and write your reminder – in this case “Pick up dry cleaning”

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Then, click on the small (i) sign

In the third row you will find “Remind me on a specific location” (Påminn mig på en plats). Toggle that button, and “location” will appear. Click it.

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Now you’ll find a number of suggestions on where you want to be reminded. You can choose to be reminded when you enter, or when you’re leaving.

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I hope you find it as useful as I do! A great feature, not so well-known in iOS.

 

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Lee Sedol had seen all the tricks. He knew all the moves. As one of the world’s best and most experienced players of the complex board game Go, it was difficult to surprise him. But halfway through his first match against AlphaGo, the artificially intelligent player developed by Google DeepMind, Lee was already flabbergasted. AlphaGo…

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