August 16, 2013
Kanvas, the fun photo-sharing app developed by Tracks Media, has just received its first update. Released just a month ago, Kanvas is an app that fosters self-expression through the creative use of backgrounds, stickers, fonts, brushes, colors, and audio clips. As noted by my colleague Bryan in his post about the app's launch:
Kanvas is not meant as a replacement for existing social networks. Rather, it offers a new way to share moods, thoughts, and feelings on them. As a result, the app hopes to bring new life to boring status updates, dreary tweets, or emotionless photos.As mentioned, Kanvas has just been issued its first update. Most notably, the first Kanvas update adds support for remixing and reposting creations or "kanvases." So, now you can take someone else's kanvas and add to it to make it your own. As well, you can now share great works by others on Kanvas by reposting them on your feed. The update also improves Kanvas' sharing functionality with the addition of support for sharing kanvases via email, text, and Kik, in addition to sharing via Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr. In line with this, you can now also promote your Kanvas profile via email, text, Facebook, Twitter, and Kik directly from within the app. In addition, saving kanvases to the photo library is now supported. The update also lets you see which tags you are following, delete comments and reactions, and manage your profile and account in the new settings screen. The new version of Kanvas is available now in the App Store for free. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 6.0 or later. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
Kanvas - Express Yourself
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