August 10, 2011 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] Sungai Buloh, Malaysia - Independent iPhone app developer, emirBytes, proudly announced today that iQuikSplash 1.9 is released in the App Store's Photography category. It is a unique color splashing app, developed and released into the App Store, targeting iPhone and iPod touch users.
With iQuikSplash, while users can also draw an area in a photo to be splashed, they could also highlight the exact shades of colors selected manually while the rest is turned to black and white. Users can then adjust the amount of splashing required by a slider. This feature is unique to iQuikSplash and it is also the reason why the app was featured by Apple in New & Noteworthy section in over 69 countries including United States. It was even reviewed by the famous iPhone Photography blog, iPhoneography, and many more.
In the latest version release, a new feature has been added - selective contrast and brightness. Users can now adjust brightness and contrast of the selected area and black and white area independently. This feature enables users to tweak and make the selected area pops even more. iQuikSplash PRO, the paid version of iQuikSplash is also getting the new feature and will be live in a couple of days.
The founder of emirBytes commented, "iQuikSplash has grown beyond my own expectation. Despite more and more clone apps surfaced throughout the year, iQuikSplash's response from the market remains strong. We are always looking to improve iQuikSplash with real updates, that will brings new features to the app in the future."
* iPhone or iPod touch
* iOS 3.2 or later (Tested on iOS 4.1)
* 4.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iQuikSplash 1.9 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photography category.
Emir F Samsuddin has been involved in making utility software for more than 10 years, mostly in Windows desktop platform and Windows Mobile platform, using Delphi and Lazarus. And, recently the developer started to develop for Apple's iPhone platform in the year 2009. The developer also worked in developing games for the Windows platform for 2 years. Copyright (C) 2011 Emir F Samsuddin. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.