I have two new apps that are so much fun. The first is Instaplace. It's an app that takes your photos (or you can take photos from within the app, but I prefer to take all my photos using Camera+) and then puts a "place" overlay on the photo.
For example, here's a photo I took at the zoo on Sunday.
The app uses FourSquare to determine your location, but you can enter a custom location if needed. There's a bunch of different overlays, too. Several are food themed, there's some travel themed. It's just really fun to get out of the house and share your adventures this way. You can post from the app to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. I cannot wait to go to Branson and use this app. I am going to blow up my Instagram feed.
From the same developer, I rather enjoy the InstaWeather app. Same idea, it just overlays the weather over the photo. Particuarly fun when it's 70 degrees in January or 40 degrees in July.
Speaking of being 70 in January, here's the first time I used this app:
Notice how Kiah's hair is almost horizontal. It was windy and there are some overlays that will tell you what the wind is, but I couldn't find one that accurately report how fast the gusts were. And I also chose to white out the exact location where that picture was taken just to make myself more comfortable. I prefer to use these apps when we're traveling or in a public place. I didn't here, so I chose to block that out.
I think both apps have a free version, but I just paid the nominal fee to purchase them. They're fun and I'm always looking for fun things to add to my photos for Project Life. Even if you're not a Project Lifer, they're pretty fun for sharing on Facebook and Instagram.