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An Upgrade to ShapeEffects 3.0 Hits the App Store

May 17, 2011 - Independent developer, Scott Gruber, today made a major upgrade to ShapeEffects for iPad to version 3.0. This app has exploded into something phenomenal. With over 20 new features including project workflow, over 150 backgrounds, over 500 pieces of clipart, text, printing via airprint and email. Objects can be manipulated by rotating, changing the size, changing the border color, combining shapes into composites and much more.


ShapeEffects 2.0 update released for iPad

Oct 13, 2010 - Indie developer Scott Gruber today announces ShapeEffects 2.0, a major update to his image editing tool for iPad. ShapeEffects offers a unique way to create composite works of art from a list of 13 pre-defined shapes and a large variety of colors. Version 2.0 features a major facelift, making ShapeEffects even more compelling to create with and use. You can now add any picture from the Photo app to any of the 123 photo masks included to make dramatic pictures, collages, wallpaper and more.


Scott Gruber releases ShapeEffects Lite 1.0 for iPad - Free Drawing App

Aug 26, 2010 - Independent developer, Scott Gruber, today released ShapeEffects Lite 1.0, a free version of their composite drawing app for iPad devices. ShapeEffects Lite offers a very different and exciting way in creating composite works of art from a list of 13 pre-defined shapes and a large variety of colors. You also have control over the translucency of the shapes fill color and border color, independently. When done, you can take a snapshot of your masterpiece that will put your art in the Photos app.


Scott Gruber releases ShapeEffects 1.0 for iPad - Cool!

Jul 30, 2010 - Independent developer, Scott Gruber, today announces ShapeEffects 1.0 for iPad devices. ShapeEffects offers a very different and exciting way in creating composite works of art from a list of 13 pre-defined shapes and a large variety of colors. You also have control over the translucency of the shapes fill color and border color, independently. When done, you can take a snapshot of your masterpiece that will put your art in the Photos app.