Combo Apps/This by Tinrocket

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Hey everyone I wanted to write about the latest app that has come out in the App Store, called This by Tinrocket. But I got sick and couldn’t think properly or write. This app deserves a proper write up because I LOVE IT !!! Now you’re wondering what’s so different and exciting about this app. Well look at the promo photo from Tinrocket and you will see up above.

Just when I thought there were out of idea for making creative intuitive apps. John Balestrieri has come up with a new concept on how to apply text to “tell the whole story” about your photos. I told John, that this is an app I’ve been looking for along time for my blog posts screen shots and photos.. His reply: “Oh, that is good to hear. I’ve wanted this app for a long time too, but no one wrote it.” 

Made with This by Tinrocket

Made with This by Tinrocket

Normally I have to type out everything, This has made my life easier with posting screen shots. I can show you a better and easier way of what the buttons do on the app. I can also explain things much better and not go into wordy details.

BUG Made with This by Tinrocket

This is my Bug photo made with This by Tinrocket.

My first try with Made with This by Tinrocket

This was my first try with the app. I just wanted to try and see what I could do.

A Rock Story...Made with This by Tinrocket

You can also be very creative and tell a story about you photo with one shot. I called this, “A Rock Story.” It’s conversations within the confines of a rock pile. It’s meant to be humorous. I hope I pulled it off…

 

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Overall, This by Tinrocket was a very much needed app in the App Store. Not only can you tell stories with your photos, you can document and make better tutorials with this app. It also great for people who use Steller. It can add details to those stories you’re making, especially for people who like write recipes and tutorials on craft making. This by Tinroket goes beyond being a photo, utility and productivity app. Sometimes you just need to find a better way to tell your story with a photo.

This by Tinrocket sells for $1.99, universal to the iPad and must have iOS 9.2 or higher. If you have any questions about this blog post, please leave comments. When you post your photo with This by Tinrocket on Instagram, make sure to hash tag your creations with #madewithtinrocket and #thisbytinrocket. Have a great day and see you soon !!!

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7 Responses to Combo Apps/This by Tinrocket

  1. I was just looking at this app .. decided it was doing what i do with other apps (unconventionally), but it’s not the same .. I’m gonna take your experience and go ahead and get it … THX!!

    • ashcroft54 says:

      I like the fact I can pin point what I want instead of using a font app and play with stuff to get something decent. The other option was sketch apps but they don’t look right. This is something I wanted for a long time and you’re welcome.

  2. It looks like an interesting and useful app to have!
    Thanks for the review!

  3. stickyquote says:

    Thanks Tina as always bringing this to our attention looks like a great app! Nice review.

  4. Paul says:

    Well.. What about Skitch app? Out for years now..

    • ashcroft54 says:

      Well I looked at the app and no thanks. It’s has problems. I’m not a fan of in-app purchases that don’t work properly. What I’ve been looking for is something simple to use. Where I can tap, then type in what I want. It doesn’t have to be fancy, it just has to work properly. I have good faith with this app developer because he goes the extra mile to make his apps work. I don’t care for big app companies that don’t seem to care or get around to fixing their apps. People are still complaining about the issues they have with the app. Their last update was over 6 months ago, so no thank you. I’ll stick to “This.”

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