Giulia Baita one of our editors to our popular Mobile Movies column has compiled a list of the Top 10 Best Short Mobile Movie apps for iOS. We hope you enjoy this and would love to know your thoughts too. Do you have a favourite mobile movie app? Tell us what it is and why, we want to know more. Many thanks to Giulia for putting this together. (Foreword by Joanne Carter)
Fragment is a popular mobile photography app, developed by Pixite Apps. It enables the user to instantly fragment their image into a myriad of prism-like glass pieces. It has just been updated to include six new shape packs and with the addition of video import (iOS 8) only. Fragment retails for $1.99/£1.49 and you can download it here.
Today we’re giving away a very popular app by the highly successful app developers Pixite. Fragment allows you to transform an image into a unique, one-of-a-kind prismatic art.
Fragment retails for $1.99/£1.49, if you would like to be in with a chance to win a promotional code for Fragment, we would like you to like us on Facebook (here), follow us on Twitter (here) – and most importantly reply to this post and tell us what you love most about TheAppWhisperer.com. We’ll enter your email address into our magical hat and if you’re a winner you will find a promo code sitting in your inbox very soon.
We are delighted to publish this very interesting tutorial of the new app update to the app Fragment developed by Pixite. Over to you Jerry. (Foreword by Joanne Carter).
“Christmas Day of 2013 I published a tutorial on a brand new app by Pixite called Fragment. Of all the Pixite apps, Fragment may well be my favorite, with its ability to shatter the image into shapes, giving a new perspective to ordinary objects.
Pixite is not content to let their apps remain an excellent first try, and are looking to improve. The newest release of Fragment (1.6), hitting the App Store last week, gives us three new effects, 36 new shapes and the ability to add your own shapes. Let’s take a look at the new features, starting with this broken squares shape over a swirl created in iColorama“.
We are delighted to publish our latest iOS photography app tutorial, this time with the very successful app Union by Pixite. Jerry Jobe has written Part 1 of this wonderful blending app to help you gain greater control via the user interface. Over to you Jerry (forward by Joanne Carter).
“I’m a huge fan of the apps by Pixite. Last year around this time, I published articles on Tangent (see here), LoryStripes (see here) and Fragment (see here), followed later in the year by the brand-new Matter (see here). I even covered the app developed by Ben Guerrette pre-Pixite: DecoSketch (see here). So, naturally, I was excited when Pixite introduced two other apps in 2014: Union and Shift. I’ll be covering both of them in the weeks to come.
Union is Pixite’s blending app, working the same ground as Image Blender and Superimpose. I’ve covered both of those apps, along with the Blend feature in iColorama. I’ve given basic information on blending several times, including the use of blend modes like Multiply and Overlay. I won’t be repeating that information here. Instead, we’ll see if the user interface is more conducive to your workflow, and if the controls available are flexible enough for the work you want Union to do”.
Shift by Pixite apps, developers of popular photo apps including Tangent, Fragment and Union is now available in the Apple App Store. Shift is all about filters and lets you create your own personal photo filters with one tap of a button. Start by loading a photo and pressing the Shuffle button. Shift intelligently combines textures, colors, and blends to produce stylish effects like vintage colors, grit and grunge, light leaks, and high contrast black and whites. Each shuffle is a unique mixture of effects that you can customize to your liking.
Adjust the color or intensity of the effect using the slider controls. Drag or pinch the screen to position and resize the entire filter. For fine-grained control, drag the three touch points to different positions on the screen to explore a more spread out or focused combination of effects. When you are finished fine-tuning your filter, tap the Star to save it to your filter library for future use.
Shift retails for $0.99/£0.69 and you can download it here but we have been given a few codes to share with our loyal readers. If you would like to be in with a chance to win a promo code for Shift, all we ask is for you to reply to this post telling us what you love most about theappwhisperer.com (we know how hard it is to narrow it down to one thing and also retweet or FB this post). That’s it, we’ll enter your details into our magic hat and if you’re a winner, a code will soon be sitting in your inbox.
Shift is a new app by developers Pixite, of Fragment, Union, Tangent, Matter and LoryStripes fame. They have produced competent apps in the past and Shift promises to be another. According to Pixite, “Shift lets you create your own personal photo filters with one tap of a button. Shuffle through an endless combination of textures, colors, and blends to produce stylish effects like grit and grunge, vintage, light leaks, and high contrast black and whites”.
We have attached the developers promotional trailer below to give you an insight. We have not tested this app and so we are not able to give an independent view at present.
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