Filters for iPhone has 800+ Filters for your Photos
Pretty much everyone in your social circle posts photos these days. Instagram and other similar apps are immensely popular today and people are posting all kinds of photos to the service. If you love taking photos and applying filters to transform some into something extraordinary, you’re gonna love Filters for iPhone. It is an iPhone app by Mike Rundle, who’s previously built apps like Interesting for iPhone and runs projects like Design then Code. Filters lets you choose from over 800 filters, overlays, effects and textures to apply to your photos and then save or share them anywhere you want to.
Filters has an absolutely gorgeous UI to begin with. When you first launch the app, you’re given a sample photograph to try the filters and effects on, so you don’t begin with a blank canvas. At the top, you have the choose from gallery button, info, reset and share buttons while at the bottom, you have colorful buttons for the four functions — filters, overlays, effects and favorites. The interface is beautifully done in such a way that the photograph you’re editing is always in focus. Tapping on the buttons at the bottom opens a beautiful popup sheet with additional glyphs for different kinds of actions. You can share your favorites by tapping on the star glyph. As you keep applying edits, you can tap and hold the photo to view the original photo and compare your edits. Of course, your standard adjustment techniques like tweaking the brightness, contrast, exposure etc. are present in the app.
About the app, Mike says:
I spent a year and a half designing and building Filters and worked directly with professional artists, painters and photographers from around the world to put together a single app with an incredible array of tools and amazing filters that no other app in the App Store has.
There’s an incredible amount of transformation that can be achieved using Filters for iPhone. Using the app is super easy and lots of fun, but it’s also easy to go overboard with the effects. For just a buck on the App Store, there’s really no reason why shouldn’t get it.