One further change to have appeared in the App Store before iTunes Connect’s closure is Fonta, a new iPhone application that promises to turn your favorite photographs “into beautiful photo text design pieces,” developer ThirtyFive explains.
For a limited time only (and until Dec. 28, at least), Fonta can be downloaded for $0.99 in celebration of its launch, and as noted above, it’s optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch only, requiring iOS 7 or later. Once downloaded and installed, iPhoneorgraphers can use Fonta to add stylish text to their captured images; photographs of food, travel pictures, and snaps taken of friends and family will be particularly suited to the app, ThirtyFive adds.
This time of year, Fonta can be used to create and send virtual Christmas cards. Sharing options Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter (it’s also possible to save Fonta-created images to one’s Photos app, too), and the app promotes its service as suiting the recent addition of Instagram’s direct messaging feature.
ThirtyFive explains how iDevice users can use Fonta in the app’s release notes:
- Choose a photo from photo libarary or take a photo
- Resize your photo and add various of filters
- Select Fonts [F] and add Artworks [A1][A2] (Christmas Edition)
- Masking [M] on your Font add filters to make unique design
- Share with your friends as Christmas cards or Instagram direct message
As mentioned, Fonta can be downloaded for $0.99 (for a limited time only), and the app is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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