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Established in 2011, Picfx has been part of the iPhone photography community for over 6 years. During this time we have seen many advances in the iPhone camera hardware, commanding many powerful new apps to satisfy the growing number of niches within iPhone photography.
With this update we’ve refined our feature set and focussed on our vision for a highly functional, simple, effective tool for editing your photos and videos.
Besides adding new features we also announce the removal of all overlay filters and textures. Specifically Bokeh, Space, Textures, Grunge, Frames, Scratches & Light leaks. For these needs we invite you to try an alternate texture based Photo App in the App Store.
PicFrame for Mac has been updated to 2.8 and now supports the Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro! The interface has also been slightly tweaked, with an updated toolbar area. The full update list is below.
Support for Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro lets you quickly style or save your PicFrame
Resizing the window is now supported, go full screen!
Picfx has received a huge update for our version 7 release and is available now in the App Store. With intuitive interface enhancements, faster image processing, new filters, new textures, new light leaks, filter tweaks and new premium content.
Picfx is now on Android!
Picfx provides you with a vast and growing 130 layerable effects for your mobile photography. With our Add Another function this number becomes infinite with the ability to layer as many different effects, textures, light leaks, bokeh and frames as you like, to create a truly one-of-a-kind photo.
In this update:
• On supported devices you can use the 3D Touch shortcut menu to edit your most recent photo or launch directly into the camera
• Crop screen lets you select a ratio
• Picfx now handles photos that are stored in your iCloud correctly
• Fixed photo thumbnails. Now displaying in full resolution.
Picfx has been updated to version 6.5 and now allows you to edit directly in the Photos app. To do so open the Photos app and find a photo you would like to edit with Picfx. Tap the photo and then tap “Edit” in the top right, after that tap the three dots in a circle and select Picfx. If you decide you want to remove the Picfx filter later you can revert the changes and go back to the original photo.
Included in this update are three new effects, PFX 27, PFX 28 and PFX 41, great for those gloomy winter photos.
Picfx suddenly shot up the iTunes charts in the US this week, at one point making it the 7th Top Paid app on the App Store! This was a nice surprise, I think the highest it had been before was around 15th – which we were very happy with at the time but now we have a new record. One day it will reach the top spot!