Articles tagged with: Photogene
Life In LoFi turns 4 today. As part of Life In LoFi’s birthday gifts to our readers, I’ve got some Photogene4 promo codes to give away today. Keep reading to find out how you can snag one of these.
Photogene4 for iPhone and iPad has been “released.” Photogene2 for iPhone has been updated. Both iOS 7 compatible.
Photogene2, a powerful image editor, is on sale now for a limited time for only $0.99. That’s a savings of $1.00 off the regular price.
It’s been a busy week for photo editor updates. Now, the popular image editor Iris Photo Suite update is in the App Store. This significant update adds many new user-requested features to the already impressive tool set.
Filterstorm 3.0 is the new update of this powerful image editor. With it’s newly revamped user interface and improvements to its tool set, Filterstorm 3 feels at home no matter which device it’s on. Filterstorm 3 sets the standard and redefines how image editing apps should work in the iOS.
PhotoToaster is a new iPhone photo app that merges one-click processing with useful image editing tools and the power of being able to customize all aspects of filter presets. On top of that, it’s wrapped up in a fun user interface that’s really easy to use.
If you’re looking for a Photoshop-like image editor for iPhone, PerfectPhoto certainly has more than enough power and features to warrant a look, especially for the new Spot Healing and Red-Eye tools.
PhotoWizard-Editor is another app in this calls that’s definitely worth a look at. It’s a full-featured image editor with a complete suite of editing tools as well as some other unique features.
Venerable image editor Photogene got another update today to version 2.61 — a minor update which removes one of my major complaints about the last update. Photogene no longer requires you to enable location services to view or edit photos.
Iris Photo Suite has quickly become one of the more popular photo editing apps among iPhoneographers. The new 1.3 update released today adds a long awaited feature to iPhone image editing apps – layers support and blending
The venerable iPhone image editing workhorse Photogene has just been updated to version 2.6. It now supports all of the cool iOS 4 features, EXIF data, and even FTP uploads. But this new update also has a very annoying feature which will bug anyone who prefers to keep their location data private.
New Life In LoFi poll: If you could choose only 1 photo editor on your iPhone, which would it be?