FX Photo Studio Goes Free, Gets New Filters, Numerous Improvements [Download]

Posted April 18, 2013 at 8:10pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6558 views

FX Photo Studio, a popular photo effects and filters app for the iPhone, has received an update that brings numerous improvements. The app is also available temporarily for free.

Our promise is simple - with FX Photo Studio you get the most awesome collection of photo effects and filters, available on the App Store. Beautifully designed, artistic and inspiring! It's a real filter-machine. Apply and mix over 190 photo effects, including: Lomo, Sketch, Vintage, Art, Grunge, 3-D, B&W, ColorStrokes, Cross processed, Textures and many more. Enhance your images or simply have fun with top-notch and easy-to-use editing tools and features.

Features:
✓ Draw with effects and create new filters
✓ Adjust gamma, saturation, contrast, hues, exposure and more.
✓ Make your pictures pop with colors with color splash tool
✓ Add signatures, watermarks or text bubbles
✓ Momentarily share to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc
✓ Put your photos on postcards & instantly ship anywhere in the world

What's New In This Version:
- Enhanced for latest version of iOS
- Updated integration with Facebook
- Improved performance for iPod touch
- Improved Instagram sharing
- Support of maximum iPhone 5 resolution
- FX Photo Studio albums: when you save a photo to the library, it will be saved to your personal FX Photo Studio folder.

- New in-app: Master's filter collection
- New designs of text labels
- Re-worked algorithm of putting layers plus new artistic effects
- Fixed bug that caused slower performance on some iPod touches
- Minor interface tweaks

You can download FX Photo Studio from the App Store for free.

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