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Blur Studio Updated With Saturation Control, Flickr Photos And Other Features

Blur Studio Updated With Saturation Control, Flickr Photos And Other Features

October 29, 2013
Blur Studio, one of the more notable apps for blurring photos in the style of iOS 7 backgrounds, has just received its first update, less than three weeks since its launch in the App Store. The first update to Blur Studio introduces a new setting for blur quality as well as a new saturation control for making blurs more vibrant. The latter is already one of the key features of one of Blur Studio's rival apps, Blurify. The newly updated Blur Studio also includes a dedicated sharing button for sharing blurs via email, iMessage, AirDrop, Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr. And speaking of Flickr, Blur Studio now lets you load a Flickr photo, instead of a photo from your library or your device's camera, that you can edit for your blurs. This particular feature, in turn, was added to Blur earlier this month. Finally, the new version of Blur Studio features URL scheme support, using the prefix blurstudio://, for launching the app from other apps, most notably Launch Center Pro. The new version of Blur Studio is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $1.99 download. The app is optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later. Blur Studio is developed by Taphive, the same studio behind the filmic to-do app TodoMovies and the customizable to-do app Tick. See also: Don't Like The Blur Effect In iOS 7? Remove It Using This Simple Trick [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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