PhotoMixer HD for iPad 2

July 19, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 1 Comment |
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Keingart has released PhotoMixer HD for iPad 2, an app that allows users to apply random filters to their photographs. With dozens of different effects on offer, PhotoMixer HD comes with “extra photo improving algorithms” and a fun, animated graphical user interface. PhotoMixer HD is available now on iTunes for $4.99.

Kenigart Press Release

PhotoMixer HD for iPad 2 - Mix your photos

KenigArt today introduces PhotoMixer HD v1.0 for iPad 2. Turn your iPad 2 to mixer for your photos with this awesome new incredible application. This photo enhancing application for iPad 2 contains dozens of different effects that you can apply to your photos in incredible and fun way. Load the image, click the mix button and turn on the rotating blender with dangerous sharp knives. When the mixer finishes you get different random effect on your photo.

Kaliningrad, Russian Federation - KenigArt today is pleased to announce the release of PhotoMixer HD v1.0 for iPad 2. Turn your iPad 2 to mixer for your photos with this awesome new incredible application. This photo enhancing application for iPad 2 contains dozens of different effects that you can apply to your photos in incredible and fun way:

1) Take photo directly in App with your iPad 2 or load it from camera roll
2) Click MIX button and turn on rotating blender with dangerous sharp knives! Yes it’s really sharp
3) When mixer will finish works and stop its knives you get different random effect on your photo
4) You can save photo with effects to iPad or turn on Photo Mixer several times to mix effects with each other

Main Application Features:
* Incredible and awesome app design and animation
* Extra photo improving math algorithms
* Different random photo effects
* Make mixed photos directly from app or load it from iPad Camera roll
* Save mixed photos to iPad
* Really sharp knives

Buy app today and turn on your Photo Mixer! Mix Your Photos!

Device Requirements:
* iPad and iPad 2
* Requires iPhone OS 4.0 or later
* 3.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
PhotoMixer HD v1.0 for iPad 2 v.1.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.

PhotoMixer HD for iPad 2: http://kenigart.com/applications/photomixer-hd-for-ipad-2
Purchase and Download: http://itunes.apple.com/app/id448228386

Kenigart is a web design and development company that you can rely on for all your digital needs. Our developers and engineers are highly competent professionals and have extensive experience in their respective fields. Every new project is based on close collaboration of the entire team with the best skills and experiences applied into all aspects of the task. Before we start every single project, first we work closely with the customer to understand their specific needs and goals. We make sure the result will meet their expectations and requirements. Our team understands that the final product should be easy to understand and maintain. In Our Studio we care about people and try to retain the best engineers, designers, and developers. We have the best talents - you get the best results at the affordable price. Copyright (C) 2011 Kenigart. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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#1 MeerkatMac

Looks pretty cool, but more about bitmap manipulation than photography.

For a really useful digital camera app for your iPad, take a look at Photo Shack Pro on the App Store. It lets me back-up my camera photos on the iPad using the Camera Connection Kit, organize and sort them, view in full-screen and zoom to full resolution, read embedded detailed photo info, title them, comment them, even search all on the iPad, without having to tether to a computer or the Internet.

A great digital photography companion when you're in the field.

That's my pick anyway...

5:19 am - Wednesday, July 20, 2011