Independent developer Cyril Godefroy today announces Meta Editor 3.0, an update to his popular metadata editor for iPad devices. Professional photographers will find all the tools they need to quickly mass-edit the meta information of IPTC fields directly on their iPad before sending pictures to an agency by ftp, uploading to Flickr, or sharing with their PC later. More useful, powerful and easy to use, version 3.0 takes advantage of all the power of the iPad 1 and the iPad 2.
Seattle based RogueSheep today announces TouchUp for iPad 1.2, an update to its professional level image editing application. TouchUp enables anyone to create captivating art from their photos or make common adjustments with ease. Users can apply a variety of effects to their photo which can then be “brushed” on or off any portion of the image. Version 1.2 adds substantial enhancements for reusing layer masks, full Flickr support, the addition of AirPrint support and several new effects.
UK based Shiny Development today announces Explore Flickr 2.0, an update to their popular flickr app for iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. See the most interesting, vibrant and beautiful images on flickr. Explore Flickr allows you to browse the absolute best of flickr in perfect high definition. Browse the daily picks from the “Explore” list and more. This eagerly awaited update includes a range of fantastic user requested features including text search, explore by tag and slideshow.
Shacked Software LLC today released Flickpad 2.0, an update to their Flickr and Facebook photo app designed specifically for the iPad and its advanced multi-touch capabilities. Flickpad’s unique user interface and attention to detail allow it to deliver a fresh, engaging, and addictive user experience for viewing the latest photos your friends and family are posting on Flickr and Facebook. If you love photos and use Flickr or Facebook, you need to check out this app.