Tangent Enhances Your Photos With Shapes, Colors, Patterns, More

Posted July 13, 2013 at 4:46pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 9524 views

Tangent is a recently released iPhone app that adds shapes, color, patterns and more to enhance your photos.

Tangent provides infinite opportunities to transform your photos into amazing works of art that can be shared and enjoyed, no matter what your level of artistry. It’s an incredibly easy way to elevate your iPhone photos into a new realm of creative expression.

Simply snap a shot or upload a photo from your Camera Roll and select from a toolbox of frames, shapes, patterns, fills and blends, then apply. Drag, resize, rotate and zoom, add colors and adjust opacity–whatever inspires you. When you’re done, share instantly with friends or continue adding more layers by tapping “Retangent.”

Tangent’s unique features:
- 15 easy-to-use, fully customizable styles that professionally combine shapes, fills and blends for an amazing look
- 39 versatile shapes (11 out of the box)
- 43 background fills (11 out of the box)
- 350 stunning combinations of blends and colors
- Simple-to-use slider lets you adjust colors and opacity
- Completely scalable–rotate, zoom, drag and resize
- Unlimited combinations of shapes, fills, and blends that will completely transform any photo into a work of art
- Share instantly on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram

You can purchase Tangent from the App Store for $0.99.

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