Tag Archive: apps

  1. Picfx v8 for iOS, now with video support!

    Picfx v8Now edit VIDEOS, time-lapses, slo-mos and loop videos with Picfx filters!

    Refine your photo and videos even further with image adjustment tools: Exposure, Contrast, Brightness, Saturation, Vignette, Sharpen, Highlight Save, Shadow Save.

    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.

    You can find Picfx in the App Store.

  2. PicTools Free Report

    PicTools had over 34,000 downloads while it was free for one day. Excellent!

  3. PicTools App Released

    PicTools IconPicTools is the latest iPhone app we have in the iOS App Store, it’s aim is to provide an easy to use interface to edit your photos with. The idea to create this app came from using other advanced iPhone based photo editors that provided a lot of functionality, but had a complicated interface, or weren’t quick enough if you just wanted to make a few small edits. So PicTools tries to be light weight and quick, but can still do advanced editing and also introduce beginners to things such as RGB curves through the presets.

    A review at Appotography on PicTools seemed to capture exactly the above and concludes the review by stating

    Not only it does give you enough to enhance your photos in a cinch, but it is also very simple and user-friendly and it allows great results, without going through all the trouble of tweaking with massive iPhone photo editors.

    I recommend reading the review and it also has a couple of great example output images. You can also find out more about PicTools here