March 25, 2013 in Photo and Video (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - Independent mobile app developer, Brett Spurrier today is proud to announce the release of Digiback 2.0, an update to his fun-to-use photography app developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Digiback offers an intuitive way to create and use custom photo filters on mobile devices. The app gives users the ability to combine filters for unique effects. The app, which takes full-resolution photos, gives people the ability create, save and use their own custom filters by mixing and matching the app's numerous base filters.
After only a few short weeks from its initial release, Digiback 2.0 offers an array of new - and useful - features over its predecessor. Introducing features such as posting images to Google+, Flickr, and Instagram. Users can also now load images from Facebook, Instagram and Flickr right into the app itself, and apply their personal designed custom filters to those photos.
"I am very excited to unveil these additional features for Digiback. The success of v1.0 gave us tremendous feedback which we have included in v2.0" said Spurrier. "While there are other apps out there that offer filters, this app is about exploring the different possibilities provided by combining filters for a unique photo-taking experience. None of those apps integrate social networks with quite the same non-intrusive pizazz as Digiback."
Digiback is different than other photo filter apps in that rather than providing a small number of predefined filters, it gives users hundreds of options that they can create based off a combination of base filters offered by the app. Version 2.0 greatly increases the feasibility of its Photo Tracking, which tracks whenever photos are liked, retweeted or shared on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, G and other social media platforms. This provides a critical link between Digiback and a user's other social media activities.
Among the base filters the app offers are sepia tone, cartoon, color invert, sketching, selective blur, pixelate and numerous others. All of these filters can be combined to create truly unique photos. The Digiback Cloud Community also allows users to browse and download custom filters created by others through an easy-to-use interface.
"Digiback has been designed to be completely interactive so that you can share your photos on the social media platform of your choice, as well as learn from the filter combinations of others," Spurrier said. "This program builds on what has been established with other filter apps, but it takes things to a completely new level."
The Digiback is free to download at the App Store, although some base filters require unlocking via in-app purchases. However, it is completely possible for users to experience the wide range of features available through the app without ever making a purchase. Digiback Pro is available to download from the App Store for $1.99 (USD). Digiback Pro has all the filters unlocked.
Located in Brooklyn New York, Digiback was created for your photo viewing experience in 2013 by Brett Spurrier. All Material and Software (C) 2012-2013 Brett Spurrier. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.