Analog Camera is the slick, easy to use photo app from RealMac Software. Their foray into to-do apps, Clear, set that category on its ear, redefining how the interface can work.
They’ve done the same for photo apps with Analog Camera. I’ve got some copies to give away this week. Keep reading to find out how you can win one. >>>
The slick, well designed interface of Analog is unlike any other photo app I’ve used. It’s gesture-based and intuitive. While there are a limited number of filters — only eight of them for now, the app itself is a breeze to maneuver through, and pretty fun to swipe through the screens. The interface is slick and looks and behaves a lot more like the upcoming iOS 7 than you’d expect from a retro camera app.
The filters themselves are faux-retro in an Instagram vein, that is there is nothing new and groundbreaking in the filter set. As the app is a square format shooter, Instagrammers should find this an easy to use replacement head-end for Instagram.
You can both shoot and import from your camera roll. The app saves at 1721×1717 pixels on an iPhone 5 — 3.0 MP in square format. Not bad and high enough for many uses including prints.
Experienced shooters may find the less than full resolution and number of static filters limiting, but it might be a good app for casual users who just want to have fun shooting and sharing photos.
You can learn more about Analog Camera on the RealMac website.
Analog Camera is introductory priced at $0.99. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation) and iPad. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
Analog Camera Giveaway
What do you say we give away some Analog Camera promo codes…. I’ve got several promo codes to give away this week. To be eligible to win a copy, simply enter the giveaway below. If you follow us on Facebook and Twitter, you’ll have additional chances for a free copy.
Cut-off time to enter is 11:59 PM Eastern Daylight time, Thursday, June 27, 2013. Winners will be determined by Random.org. One code per reader, please.
Winners will be notified by email, Facebook message or Twitter direct message — be sure to check your spam filter. If you enter, be sure your email info is correct or your code will go to someone else. Your email address is used for contest entry and for contacting the winning entrants only. We will not use or sell your email address for any other purpose.
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Many thanks to developer Rob Jarman from RealMac for the promo codes for this giveaway.