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Popular Photo-Editing App AfterLight Goes Universal With Native iPad Support

Popular Photo-Editing App AfterLight Goes Universal With Native iPad Support

July 30, 2013
AfterLight, the "fast and simple photo editor" that has long been part of the top ten paid apps in the App Store, has finally been updated with universal support. Originally called AfterGlow, AfterLight was launched in early November 2012 as an app optimized for iPhone and iPod touch. Now, nearly nine months later, the app has, at long last, been optimized for iPad as well. Of course, AfterLight for iPad carries all of the features that users, probably including you, have come to know and love in AfterLight for iPhone and iPod touch. These include AfterLight's impressive suite of 15 adjustment tools, aimed at enhancing images toward perfection: Clarify, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Exposure, Highlights, Shadows, Fade, Highlight Tone, Mid Tone, Shadow Tone, Temperature, Vignette, Grain, and Sharpening. Also included in AfterLight are 40 filters (27 "Original Filters" and 13 "Guest Filters" created by Instagram users), 66 textures, 75 frames, and a variety of cropping and transforming tools. Now optimized for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, AfterLight is available in the App Store for $0.99. In addition to native iPad support, the new version of AfterLight also includes minor slider enhancements. For more information, check out Christine's original review of AfterLight here on AppAdvice, posted back when it was still called AfterGlow and designed for iPhone and iPod touch only. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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