iPhone Apps

PixelWorks – iPhoneography App – Temporarily Free

PixelWorks is a great filter iPhoneography app, it can really spark you imagination and creativity. It comes complete with over 12 filters, more coming soon and you can group these, allowing you to apply filters over different areas in one photo as many times as you like.

There’s a ton of other great featues, we’ve listed them below. This app is free for a short time, so if you would like to pick it, click here.




Marvelous Brush! Not only you can choose brush type or size, but also gradient mode is fully supported. You can apply filters onto photos or remove them from your work, meanwhile, you might also view many fantastic effects.

Intelligent brush size! When you expect to see details, you are allowed to enlarge photo by two fingers. Brush will size down in proportion automatically and vice versa.

Up to 12 aesthetic photo frames! You can simply put on frame with your photo and go on with your editing, all are what you see is what you get.

★Support high resolution pictures! No matter how large your photos are, it’s problem free operation to import all files, even from professional DIGI camera to your iPhone/iTouch for the purpose of editing and storage.

Simple operation by one hand ! Pinch/Unpinch to Zoom/UnZoom; 2-Finger Pan to move image, 1-Finger Draw your picture.

Automatic history log. You can stop at any time, restart to work at any time, application will record all your actions.

Media Sharing support! Share your classic images directly with your friends through Facebook, Twitter, SinaWeibo or email.

Outstanding function! Our graphic processing algorithm has been optimized; you will see super fast and have no time waste even with extremely large picture. 

Demo photos! The application has embedded a couple of Demo photos with different styles. You may give it a try and we believe you will love it at first glance.

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