Reinvented Software released Poster 1.2 for Mac OS X today. Poster is an app for posting photos and videos to Flickr, SmugMug and Facebook. Version 1.2 includes an updated user interface design, improvements when posting to Facebook and SmugMug and the ability to export faces from iPhoto and Aperture.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "photo editing."
Pro-Share iPhone App Now Offers Longer Video Uploads for Facebook and Youtube
Thanks to user feedback, the active support at iapps24 has improved their Pro-Share iPhone app with the addition of new features for better app performance. The Pro-Share iPhone app, allowing users to share content from a mobile device over social media networks, has been updated with new performance enhancing features such as longer video uploads, photo editing options, and album privacy settings.
Color Range is Next Generation Photo Editing App for iOS
As a photo addict, I'm always on the hunt for iPhone photo apps. The latest and greatest is Color Range, an iOS app that specializes in adding selective color effects to pics in your iPhone or iPad Photo Library.
Snapbucket Offers Customizable Photo Filters
With more than 100 million users, the photo sharing behemoth Snapbucket, its newest venture that is much more than just a photo filter app.
Snapbucket, in my opinion, is the next-generation of photo sharing apps.
Shoot Pictures Like a Pro with ProCamera
It’s always great to see developers who are interested in improving their product and prove it by listening to users and cranking out upgrades that actually work. Feature-rich ProCamera, the photography app that helps users shoot higher-quality iPhone pictures, launched with several useful features.
6 Drawing Apps to Make Art on the iPad
Someone either much wiser or just much snottier than me once said, “Painting is easy. Art is hard.” These apps can get you painting on your iPad. Is it art? It depends who you ask – just don’t ask that guy.
Super Snaps! 7 Unique Photo Apps That Add Image Effects to Your Pics
Most iPad owners own iPhones. So, it stands to reason that they also have photos that need work—and 10.7 inches of screen on which to do it. But why get elbows deep in photo editing to develop a cool effect?
6 Awesome Photo Editing Apps for iPad
Photo Editing Apps range from fully featured to simplistic, from innovative to prosaic. Fortunately, so do the needs of their users. If you crave every feature imaginable? Check. Want a fun new intuitive touchy-feely experience?
Add Color to Your Life and Your Photos with Colorize
Colorize is an iPhone app that lets you create and recreate colorful pictures with the stroke of a brush – or really your finger. Developed by Widgetize, Colorize is a creative photography editing application that allows re-coloring of entire photos or specific parts of a photo at different levels of saturation.
iFlashReady Helps Correct Pictures in Low Lighting
As far as photography apps go, iFlashReady is pretty basic. It is designed to help enhance pictures taken without the aid of a flash, such as those taken with the iPhone camera. At first, I thought iFlashReady worked in conjunction with the iPhone camera simultaneously, but after checking it out learned it is mostly a photo editing app that changes an existing image by lightening it up.
Sharpen Your Image With PhotoHype
PhotoHype - For those that enjoy taking pictures with their iPhone, producing the perfect picture can sometimes become quite the process. Having to email the picture to yourself in order to open it on your computers image-editing program.
Picoli Creates Simple Photographic Effects With Minimal Work
The iPhone's built in camera is adequate, but I tend not to use it because the photos are a little too soft and a little too muddy. It's fine for a quick pic to use for a contact list, but they're not the kind of photo I want to keep around. Until now. Enter Picoli — a simple, quick photo editing app for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Pogo Stylus is Finger-Slidin' Good
While I may have been "born with the ultimate pointing device" (according to Steve Jobs), my fingers are a bit oversized when it comes to creating fine detail. It's a problem I've gotten used to when typing text messages, but now that drawing apps are available, it's time to find a better solution.