If you’re still disillusioned with the recent Terms of Service debacle at Instagram, take a look at EyeEm. The EyeEm app has a bunch of great looking retro filters, including a great new black & white filter.

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EyeEm as a social photo sharing service is one of iPhoneography’s earliest and actually predates Instagram by several months. EyeEm does not release numbers, but the app and network is popular among iPhoneographers and other mobile photography platforms.

The new update was recently released. In addition to several new interface tweaks, the app now features a great new black & white filter, kCe, that easily creates very nice black & white conversions.

The filter was inspired by the black & white photographs of EyeEm community member Klaudia Cechini. It’s one of the nicer one-click black & white filters available for iPhone, with excellent high contrast, deep saturation, strong vignetting and a “dreamy” analog feel to it. For me, it’s similar to a couple of Hipstamatic’s great monochrome filters only a little lighter on the contrast and saturation.

Other updates to the app include a dramatically reworked user interface.

If you haven’t explored EyeEm as a community, there’s a lot of great photography there and a much lower percentage of pouty duck lips than seen on Instagram. EyeEm doesn’t have the numbers Instagram does — it’s hard to top 100 million users, but it’s still a large, active community. Of importance to photographers, EyeEm’s Terms of Service are among the most photographer friendly out there.

The EyeEm app is free and not only has a bunch of great filters, but lets you share to EyeEm as well as Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Flickr and Foursquare with one upload. Your filtered images are saved in high-resolution to your camera roll as they are uploaded. EyeEm preserves EXIF data, including Geotags.

EyeEm – Photo Filter Camera is free. Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 4.3 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

You can find me on EyeEm here, @MartyYawnick. Hit me up.