Tuesday, July 23, 2013

The Futures Lab: Five features smartphone apps for journalists

I was recently featured on a Reynolds Journalism Institute's Futures Lab video.


The topic: Reporting apps, GitHub and election coverage.

Amid an ever-increasing number of options, we identify five of the most useful smartphone apps for mobile reporters. We also hear from journalists and app creators about how these apps are being used in the field.

The featured apps: 
Voddio

Soundcloud
Banjo
CamScanner
Camera+

Here, I talk about how Camera+ has become a staple for my mobile journalism pursuits.
I also need a better microphone (ahem, boss?).

Check out the full video here, full of tons of great information and ideas for the modern journalist. Or watch it below.

Mega props to Chelsea Stuart, who did a stellar job on this project.


1 comment:

  1. Website: SnapHits.co.uk
    SnapHits is a photo sharing app... with a difference;
    Yes, you can take a photo with your smartphone, upload a picture from your photo library and share it in the app and with your friends.
    You can also share your photos through other social networks.
    We have taking photo sharing to the next level - now you can share up to four photos, or Snaps (as we like to call them) and get live feedback from your friends. Let them help you decide which is the best snap.
    Ask the question, post the Snaps and wait for the 'Hits';
    iPhone App here & Download the app and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


    Also more details here

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