Articles tagged with: SwankoLab
When SwankoLab update was released this week, many users also noticed that Fantabra Warm had gone missing. Many questioned if this was by design or a glitch. I just heard from the app’s developer, Hipstamatic. Turns out it was a glitch.
The new SwankoLab update is late, but it’s a good one. More importantly, it points to future updates, improvements and new features at a more rapid pace than we’ve seen previously with the app. I’m glad SwankoLab is back and updated. Uncle Stu has been busy cookin’. Here’s hoping he’s got a few more surprises for us.
SwankoLab hasn’t been updated since version 1.1 back on October 6, 2010 — over 100 weeks ago. Do recent rumblings on SwankoLab’s Facebook page mean that the long-awaited update might finally be happening?
Lomora 2 replicates analog cross-processing to apply colorful LOMO effects to photos. This new version 2 is an improvement over previous versions, but it’s still a little pricey when compared to other, more-versatile LOMO-style apps.
Monochrome photo of The Alamo, taken June 10, 2010
Details an issue where SwankoLab outputs blank prints, and a workaround until an update which addresses the issue is released.
Friday, April 9, Synthetic Infatuation invited the world to the office for the Hipstamatic Print Show to preview an upcoming feature of the app.
SwankoLab, the new photo app from the creators of Hipstamatic, is on sale this weekend only for $0.99. The app normally sells for $1.99.
SwankoLab from the makers of the extremely popular Hipstamatic app was released today and is available now in the U.S. App Store for $1.99
Synthetic Infatuation, the makers of Hipstamatic for iPhone, have announced that our next iPhone app, SwankoLab is set to be released in early April.