Darkroom 3.6 Adds Content-Aware Frame Tool & Duotone Filters
Darkroom is the best photo editing app for iPhone
Darkroom is one of the many photo-editing apps for iPhone available on the App Store. While the iPhone already takes some incredible photos and is easily the most popular pocket camera available today, there’s been no shortage of great photo editing apps available for it in recent times. Most photo editing apps available today throw in basic sliders and a few filters for a small price, but Darkroom has constantly gone above and beyond to deliver an amazing feature set and great value. It has been my favorite photo editor for iPhone for a really long time and is by far the best iPhone photo editing app available today.The developers behind Darkroom have just announced the set of features that the upcoming version 3.6 will bring along. I have been beta testing these features over the last couple of weeks and I’m beyond excited for their public rollout. Darkroom 3.6 introduces two major features:### Frame Tool with Content-Aware Auto Color PaletteDarkroom 3.6 will add a new top-level tool for adding frames to your photos. Now, before you scoff at this, Darkroom’s frame tool is nothing like what Instagram used to have or what most apps typically include. For starters, Darkroom’s Frame Tool is Content-Aware. Depending on the content in your photos and the colors in them, Darkroom offers an entire line-up of colors for you to choose from for your frame. You aren’t just limited to black, white or basic colors for your frame.
As you can see in the preview above, choosing a custom color for your frames adds a unique personality to your photos, and in most cases, makes them much more lively. It works great if you use the Fade tool on your photos.