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Get ready for the most insane and unusual filters you have ever seen. Reds, blues and greens will swirl and twirl to create photos that are out of this world! Download now to get weird. Stay Weird. Stay Trippy. This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple ing certificate.
The duochrome and light leaks are cool too, but like many have said, the rest isn't all that special and one could easily recreate even these more interesting effects in photoshop. However, I don't feel like learning to photoshop anything like this right now.
I'm glad to throw my photos into this app and find a cool, colorful filter that suits it quickly and easily. It's convenient and fun! Hoping they update the app in the future to include more filters and textures, along with the abilities to shift the effects of each and to apply the effects to only certain areas of the photos. Needs to be a little more flexible and customizable, and then it'll be perfect. I always appreciate well deed high quality apps like this.
The effects are great and I'm tempted to buy in-app effects even though I know how to do them all in photoshop. It's just fast and conveniently on my phone. The hashtag feature is the best part of the app for me. Let's you copy 30 relevant hashtags to your post that help drive engagement. This was something extra they didn't even have to do and I appreciate it so they get the 5 stars for going above and beyond.
The developer, Livintis W. The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update. With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app. App Store Preview. Screenshots iPhone iPad. Description Get ready for the most insane and unusual filters you have ever seen. Aug 10, Version 4. Ratings and Reviews. App Privacy See Details.
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