Some Useful iPhone Apps for Graphic Designers

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What The Font

Can’t figure out what font is being used in a poster or ad? No more guessing games. Snap a photo of the font in question and What The Font will work its magic and identify it for you.

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Layers

You can use up to five layers in this drawing app and export it as a Photoshop compatible file.

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CliqCliq
Manage palettes and extract colors from photos taken with your iPhone camera. You can email these palettes to yourself and use them in Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop.

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iBlueSky

Organize your thoughts and map out your ideas then email it to yourself as a pdf.

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BeamMe
Send your business card to any other mobile device.

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Sketches

Use Sketches to organize ideas or sketch an image. You can also draw on top of photos and twitter or email your art to your friends. Use it for business (or if you just want to see what your friend would look like with a moustache).

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iFreelancer

Try iFreelancer for quick access to freelance jobs.

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