Paris based Carrafix today introduces Photo Boost 1.0, their new photo enhancement application for iPhone and iPad devices. Photo Boost fully uses the impressive multitouch screen of the iPhone and iPad to provide 4 fun, easy effects to your photos. You can twirl, bump, distort, colorize and add depth of field to your pictures using your fingers. All effects actions can be undone with a simple touch. When you’re done, share your art via Twitter, Facebook or email from within the application.
Independent developer Erwin Zwart today introduces PhotoStack Wallpaper Designer 1.0, his new wallpaper creation tool for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Design your own personal wallpapers using your own pictures. Add as many of your own pictures and arrange them using simple multitouch gestures. No designer skills are needed to make your iPhone stand out of the millions of others out there. The result is a photo-collage like wallpaper with the high resolution needed for Retina devices.
Madrid based developer cocoaWithChurros today introduces Photo Privacy 1.0, their new metadata removal tool on the Mac App Store. Photo Privacy removes the hidden metadata inside photos, which you can safely use to upload to your favorite social network or image hosting service. It creates safe copies of your pictures without that private information, which can be safely posted on the internet or emailed, being confident that your personal information is not revealed.
Mettigel Software today announces iTalker 1.1, an update to their iOS based AAC Solution. Beside some stability fixes iTalker now offers the feature to display pictures on the button, like it is used in common popular solutions for augmentated and assisted communication. Perfect for lesson planning, iTalker can do voice recordings that can be grouped to playlists, so each lesson has to be recorded only once and can be used as often as needed.
L’Escapadou today announces Hearts Extravaganza 1.0 for iPad and iPhone. The app is a fun graphic toy that allows anyone to literally draw carefully designed and animated hearts over a nice canvas or pictures to create stunning animated drawings, and share your creations via Twitter, Facebook, or email. A heart designer is provided to customize heart color, animation effect, beat and size. To celebrate Valentine’s day, the app will be free of charge until February 14.
Independent app developer Stephane Pigeon today announced Wild Contacts 1.0 for iPhone and iPod touch. Adding pictures to your address book becomes easier and more fun than ever. Wild Contacts departs from the idea that contacts’ pictures should be associated only with faces, and works instead with keywords and images associated with those keywords. You choose how serious, wicked, funny or striking each picture should be; something that fits your mood or the personalities of your contacts.
Independent developer Richard Taylor today announces OmniSketch 1.2, an update to his procedural drawing tool developed specifically for the iPad device. OmniSketch allows you to create dazzling and dynamic full color creations. Easily share your creations with friends and family using the OmniSketch Online Gallery, by posting them to your Facebook Wall or by Tweeting them on Twitter. Version 1.2 adds 6 new procedural brushes, Facebook and Twitter integration, and much more.
Independent developer Richard Taylor today announces OmniSketch 1.1, his new procedural drawing tool developed specifically for the iPad device. Drawing on your iPad has never been easier. OmniSketch allows you to create dazzling and dynamic full color creations. Use 18 amazing procedural brushes to create stunning pictures with ease. With OmniSketch, store a nearly unlimited number of pictures in your local gallery and show them off to your friends and family with the slide show feature.