New iPhone Tweak Lets You Save & Share Instagram Pics [Jailbreak]

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You know when your friend posts an awesome picture of their latte or the tasty dessert they had after their big plate of pasta last night to Instagram, and you really want to save that picture so that you can drool over it more than once? Well now you can, thanks to Instahancer, a new tweak for jailbroken iPhones.

As its name suggests, Instahancer enhances the Instagram app with a number of useful features, including zoom, the ability to share pictures to your camera roll, and the option to share them via email.

Snap A Photo Without Pausing Your Video Recording On Your iPhone [iOS Tips]

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Sometimes when you’re shooting a video with your iPhone, you might want to snap a quick still photo of whatever you’re recording, right? You might think you’d need to stop recording the video, tap on the toggle button to switch the iPhone back to still photo mode, and then snap, but you’d be wrong (I was, when I thought that.)

Turns out you don’t need to do anything so convoluted. Here’s how.

Instagram Confirms It’s Phasing Out Live Filters On iOS, But There Is A Workaround… For Now

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Instagram looks good on iPhone 5, but there's something missing.

As we reported on Tuesday, Instagram has updated its iOS app to introduce support for iPhone 5 and iOS 6. It’s a welcome update to those enjoying a new 4-inch display, but it’s not all good news: Instagram also pulled live filters from the iPhone 5. It has since confirmed that live filters will soon be phased out of the iOS app completely, but for now, there is a workaround for those who miss them.

Speed Up Camera Shutter Slowdown On Your iPhone And iPad [iOS Tips]

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C'mon! Hurry up! It's Justin Beiber!

I don’t know about you, but I spend too much time waiting for the Camera app shutter to open so I can take a photo with my iPhone. The problem with that, of course, is that I miss a lot of shots that way, even when I’m using the lock-screen camera swipe.

Luckily, there’s a simple way to make things move a lot faster when trying to take a quick action shot with your iPhone.