Sure the 5MP iPhone 4 takes relatively good photos, but how about a Leica skin for it? A MacRumors forumer inspired by Steve Job’s talk comparing the iPhone 4 to a Leica camera took things to the next level.
He got a picture of the Leica M8 and photoshoped the Leica branding and model to Apple and iP4. Looks like a pretty neat job and he says that now people know where to look when you’re trying to take a picture of them. This template was designed to fit on a Griffin Reveal case so if you’re other type of bumpers, some modification is required.
Download the high resolution “Leica” template here.
Even wanted to send browser links to your phone so that you can read it during lunch?
Well now you can with the new Chrome to Phone extension that adds a button to your Google Chrome browser that instantly sends web pages, maps, YouTube videos, phone numbers and even copied texts to your Android smartphone.
With Chrome to Phone you can send links from your browsing session straight to your Android device so you can continue browsing the same content on your phone. Chrome to Phone works with Google Maps as well, so once you’ve found the directions to where you want to go next, you can send the link directly to your Android device and it will automatically launch the Google Maps app ready for you to get going on your journey.
Same goes for links on YouTube as well as phone numbers on a web page. Let’s say you want to make a dinner reservation and the place you want to make the reservations have their contacts online, all you need to do is send the contact over to your Android device using Google Chrome to Phone and your phone will launch its dialer with the selected number already entered, ready for you to make the call. You can also select text on browsers and send them over to your phone. Doing so will automatically copy the text and launch your Android clipboard for later viewing.
Unfortunately, Google Chrome to Phone only works with devices running Android 2.2 (Froyo). For the many Malaysian Android fans out there, that means you can’t use Google Chrome to Phone at the moment because none of the Android devices widely available here have official Froyo updates (unless of course, if you have the Nexus One or Droid 2).
If you do have a Nexus One or Droid 2, you can get Chrome to Phone by installing the extension in your Google Chrome browser and the Android application on your phone from Android Market, and you’re ready to go.
Check out the intro video of Google Chrome to Phone after the jump for more.