Put some great, hilarious, random captions on the pictures you shoot with your iOS device with I Cap That+, today’s leading Fresh iPhone App. It helps make your regular images into hilarious shots you can share with your friends and family. It’s followed by Rough Trip Guides Lens, an app that makes sharing your travel images and memories easy. Finally, Zynga’s latest, Matching With Friends, leads our games selection today, providing asynchronous match-three gameplay that you can play against your friends.
I’d Cap That+ (iPhone, iPad) $0.99
Slap random captions on all your photos with I’d Cap That+, an app that can turn any image into a joke – or maybe even an Internet meme. You can load images from your iOS device’s camera roll into the app, and I’d Cap That+ allows you to slap a random, hilarious caption on the image at a moment’s notice, then share it with friends via Facebook and Twitter.
I’d Cap That+ also offers you the ability to add your own captions to your photos before you share them, or just randomize the captions, drawing from one of hundreds of funny and rude offerings. The app is meant for comedy, so keep that in mind as you use it.
Rough Guides Trip Lens (iPhone, iPad) Free
Document your next trip with the help of Rough Guides Trip Lens. The app allows you to record what’s happening on your trip with your iOS device, then link the content to a location using its GPS capabilities. You can then share the content with your friends and family through Facebook and Twitter.
Rough Guides Trip Lens lets you save your photos and videos when you shoot them even when you don’t have a Wi-Fi connection, and uploads them automatically later. You can also get a web address where all your photos are saved, so that they’re easy to share with others whenever you want.
Matching With Friends Free (iPhone, iPad) Free
The latest of Zynga’s “with friends” multiplayer titles brings match-three gameplay to an arena where you can compete with your friends. In each turn of Matching With Friends, players get access to three blocks that consist of three colored squares. Your job is to place your blocks on the board, which is set up in a grid, with the goal of making as many groups of three or more colored blocks as possible.
Each turn has players pulling down as many points as possible, but Matching With Friends is asynchronous, the same way that games such as Words With Friends are. The game doesn’t require players to make their moves at the same time, but rather can be played whenever you have a free moment. You can also integrate the game with Facebook and Twitter to challenge your friends and followers.