Mextures App: Enhance Your iPhone Photos Using 70 Textures

October 22, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


Image enhancing and photo editing apps are offered in a large number on the App Store, but only a few among the list manage to find a way in the heart of iOS users. Mextures is one such app that has been quite impressive and has been downloaded in thousands even though it comes with a price tag.

The app allows users to create stunning visuals through editing and layers, and there it offers a unique way to go back to the start of the creation, without having to worry about losing data.


PicsArt: The Feature-Rich Photo Editor Comes To iOS

January 10, 2013 — by Adeel Qayum0


There are some apps missing on the iOS platform but available for the android users. PicsArt is one of those apps that gained fame on android, which made the developers release it Apple’s OS as well. It’s a photo editor that makes editing very easy.

After installing the application, the main page of the app’s interface is a bit like the Windows 8 live tile UI. There’s a gallery which has pictures uploaded from the members of the PicsArt network, and you’ll need an account if you want to join the network. Making the account will also allow you to rate, download or share any of the viewable photos. This gallery can be accessed with a right swipe on the screen. To view the latest images in the gallery, tap the refresh button at the top right corner of the screen.

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Top 6 Photo Editing and Sharing Apps for iPhone and iPad

November 12, 2012 — by Sette Capati2

Photo editing is addictive. Take a snap there, a little over there with just the right lighting, combine them with filters and effects from various photo editing and sharing apps. It’s more addictive when you tinker with the Retina display screen and HD camera. Photography is at its best, whether you are an amateur or pro.

I want to share with you these top 5 photo editing and sharing apps I currently use. (I only recommend apps worthy of review). The list of photo editing and sharing apps is endless. However, these five apps were set apart. Join me as we unbox each.


Manga Camera Turns Photos Into A Manga Comic Strip

October 30, 2012 — by Adeel Qayum0


Anime without a doubt has gained a lot of popularity! This can be seen through the various anime related apps available at the App Store. There was an Anime doctor application through which you could view all the information related to any anime series. Recently, Manga Camera was released on App Store for free download. As the name suggests, it allows users to take a picture that gets converted into the manga style! Imagine that! Read on to know more details.

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Signature Camera Pro: Take Photos from both Front & Back Cameras Simultaneously

October 26, 2012 — by Adeel Qayum0


It’s not easy to be a part of a group photo if you’re taking a picture yourself. This is where the Signature Camera Pro app for the iOS comes in handy. You simply have to take a picture with the camera app and you will automatically get a merged photo of one shot taken from the back camera and one shot taken from the front camera. Signature camera does not come along with loads of options, but it is a work of genius. The concept is amazing; taking simultaneous photos with both cameras is something a person can use to expand their creativity. Read on for more details.


Pic Collage Review: Here is How You Build an App Right!

June 4, 2012 — by RG. Chew3


An app that’s been on my radar for a while has been Pic Collage, created by the team at Cardinal Blue.  Pic Collage is a photo collage app for the iPhone and iPad that lets you create great looking Photo Collages to share with friends.  This coats a new dimension to the concept of sharing a picture as you can select a few photos, arrange them, and clip photos like a pair of scissors, and add text and other formatting to give it that customized “postcard” feel.


Pixlr-o-matic: Add Special Effects to iPhone Photos

October 1, 2011 — by Farrukh Zafar1


Earlier, we have covered Snapseed, a great photo editing app for iPhone. The only downside is it costs you $4.99.

Today, we’ll review another photo editing app for iPhone and iPad that comes from the maker of the well-known animation software – Autodesk Maya ad 3DStudio Max. Sounds exciting, isn’t it? What’s more interesting is that the app is equally impressive and free. The name of this app is Pixlr-o-matic. Now comes the question, does this app have enough potential to alter the all-famous Instagram – an photo editing and sharing service which now has more than 10 million users to back its success. Let’s find this out the hands on way.


Snapseed: My Favorite Image Editing App for iPhone and iPad

September 27, 2011 — by RG. Chew4


Snapseed for iPhoneI have never understood the importance of Apps for Editing Photos.  Its one of those things you need to use first to appreciate.  However, if the App make its easy to dramatically alter your photos with a well thought of interface, its an added bonus.  For ease of use and features, Snapseed has always been on the top of the list for me.