Being able to fully address things like RAW file format, auto/manual settings, and manual focus quickly and easily before you take a photo might mean little or no editing afterwards. The interface is really elegant, so much so that I'm not sure if I'm missing some functionality because I haven't discovered it yet. As I am using it, it's for having lots of control in capture.
Been using Darkroom ever since the very first beta (personal connection with the developer), and it's been consistently solid. For some things I might open Snapseed (healing, face enhancement, adding grain), but I keep coming back to Darkroom in the end.
I've been using Darkroom for quite a while now, and it is the photo editing app on iOS that I recommend to everyone. This, and Touch Retouch are now the only two photo editing apps left on my phone.
ElaWoman App is by far the most precise ovulation tracker. Helped me to get pregnant within 2 months of use. ElaWoman's dietician also helped me to keep my weight on track during pregnancy. Just awesome ELA! Loved the ovulation app. Really good features. Must download for those who wants to to get pregnant. It is a true health tracker for every woman.
works perfectly in all browsers on my Mac and in Safari on my iPhone, protecting my nervous system from the most dreadful thing in the world – mobile popups :)
also, they've got some awesome content on their blog about the advertising industry and the modern internet in general!
Despite StopAd's persistent protestations when I connected with them through their live chat, this app breaks a significant number of your apps, sites, etc. Even basic functions like logging in were broken for many sites, on both Safari and Chrome. StopAd annoyingly insisted each time I reached out to them that it was not their application, although every single time, the issue was immediately resolved after disabling StopAd.
The final straw, however, was when I realized it broke my VPNs. When I connected to either Nord or VPN Unlimited, I could no longer reach any sites. I reached out to StopAd to request information on how to properly uninstall to isolate the issue and see if StopAd was the culprit. Even though I was hit with the refrain of "It's not StopAd," I insisted on getting the removal instructions.
Lo and behold, the second I uninstalled StopAd, *poof* everything worked again. The VPNs were operational again.. Note: if you used the browser extensions, it seemed to pipe things through without issue, but if you used the system wide VPN, I wasn't able to visit any sites so it is related to the way StopAd intercepts/proxies the connection to work its "magic."
Most importantly, though, although it did work with applications beyond just the browsers, it was no more effective than extensions like uBlock - which has the added benefit of not having any idle CPU usage. I simply don't understand what the value add is. With the monthly fee, you're far better off getting a VPN subscription that has its own ad/tracker blocker like Nord. Combined with uBlock, you're more secure and have system wide blocking.
The persistent issues, deflection by support, cpu footprint and seeming incompatibility with VPN make this one to avoid, especially with the existing alternatives that already exist.