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| May 18, 2013
'Painless' Photo-Editing App AfterLight Updated Yet Again With More Enhancements
Another month, another AfterLight update. Indeed, the "painless" photo-editing app AfterLight has received a major update every month since its release as AfterGlow in November last year. And now, as expected, AfterLight has received another update. The latest update to AfterLight adds a new hue button to the Original and Instant Film textures. This gives you seven additional coloring options for each texture. The update also adds a new invert button to the dusty textures, the Vingnette tool, and the Grain tool. [caption id="attachment_417691" align="aligncenter" width="270"] AfterLight[/caption] Moreover, the update adds a new Original filter called Relic, two new Original textures, six new free Type frames, and eight new Original frames. And finally, the new AfterLight update brings support for opening photos from other apps that allow the "Open In …" option. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the new version of AfterLight is available now as a free update or as a new $0.99 download. In her review of the app, back when it was still known as AfterGlow, Christine noted that she found it "to be fast when rendering filters and effects, and it's incredibly easy-to-use." If you're interested in other apps similar to AfterLight, check out AppAdvice’s Photographer’s Kit AppList. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]