Most notably, the newly updated version of Mirrorgram features a new photo-editing layout that is noticeably more streamlined than the original setup.
Along with this new layout comes the addition of a couple of new mirror effects and a new filter.
Of course, you can still manually adjust the mirroring of your photos with the tap-hold-drag or “halo” technique introduced in the app’s previous update.
But Mirrorgram also offers several advanced mirror effects, the newest of which are Rerezzed and Shredder. The former lets you play with “a fun quad-mirror effect,” while the latter lets you “slice your photo with two mirrors.”
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Also newly added in Mirrorgram is the 3D filter, because “everything looks better in 3D,” apparently.
Note that the new mirror effects and the new filter are initially locked and are available in-app for $0.99 each.
Designed for iPhone and optimized for iPhone 5, Mirrorgram is available in the App Store for free.
Also included in the new version of Mirrorgram are metadata retention, improved geolocation, native Facebook integration, and support for saving the original images taken with the app.