AutoPainter – Our Daily App Giveaway

Welcome once again to our Daily App Giveaway section of theappwhisperer.  We value our readers so much and that’s why we want to share our love of apps with you. Each day we give away free apps, better make us your home page ;)

Today, we giving away another one of the most popular iPhone photography apps currently available, each worth $0.99/£0.69. AutoPainter automatically turn your photos into very authentic looking paintings. The result from this highly addictive software will look pretty much like a real painted art: zoomed in or zoomed out. 

AutoPainter is actually not an effect, it is the closest thing to watching a real painter. It uses the photo as a reference and automatically paints the scene with different brushes, guided by real-world artists inspired techniques. 
As with real painters if you paint the same image multiple times you will get slightly different result.

Would you like to try this app for free? If so, like us on Facebook (see bottom of home page), join our ever expanding Twitter followers, RETWEET THIS POST and send a reply to the bottom of this page telling us what you love most about theappwhisperer.com. We will select winners at random from the selection of codes that we have and send them directly to your email box.

 

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The full painting process takes about 2 minutes on iPhone 4th generation and it is actually rewarding to watch the progress. During the process you may pinch zoom and scroll the image being painted to examine details as the brushworks are being laid out.
We feel this settings is the best compromise for the speed and quality. We also have MAC version with higher resolution for large format prints.

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About Joanne Carter

Joanne Carter is the Founder and Editorial Director of TheAppWhisperer.com. A Professional Photographer and Associate of the British Industry of Professional Photographers, BIPP, as well as a Professional Journalist, specializing in Photography. Joanne is also a Columnist for Vogue Magazine and is Contributing Editor to LensCulture.