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| May 29, 2013
Acclaimed Photo-Editing App Repix Gets Remixed With New Design, New Tools And More
Repix, the former App Store Editors' Choice that lets you edit and remix your photos, has itself just been remixed for the better. The app has just received a major update. And with it comes a new design and several new enhancements. The new design improves on the app's original interface, which, I must say, was already terrific to begin with. While it undoubtedly looks good, Repix's new design is actually built for quicker and easier editing. Specifically, it allows for fast switching between the app's brush, filter, crop, adjustment, and frame tools. The latter two tools, by the way, are new additions to Repix. The adjustment tool lets you easily fine-tune your photos' brightness, contrast, saturation, vibrance, temperature, and vignette. And the frames tool lets you enclose your photos within frames, which you can resize simply by pinching. The latest update to Remix also includes a new Spotlight filters pack that allows you to direct the light on your photos with a finger. Unlike the existing $0.99 Jazzy filters pack, the new Spotlight filters pack costs $1.99 to unlock within the app. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, the new version of Repix is available now in the App Store for free. The app now also features direct sharing to Flickr and full support for Exif data. Repix earned an AppAdvice App of the Week honorable mention shortly after its release last March. Before being hailed as such, the app was favorably reviewed here on AppAdvice. "Although there are plenty of photo editing apps in the App Store, Repix offers a new and unique experience," my colleague Ramy wrote in his review. "If you want more than instant effects and you like the idea of spending more time turning photos into unique works of art, this app is definitely worth checking out." I concur: Repix is definitely worth checking out. Especially in its newly updated form. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]