June 12, 2014
The top-rating photo-editing app Afterlight has just received another noteworthy update. The update introduces a new Double Exposure tool, which has been added to the cropping/rotating menu. It also adds 43 frames, which can be found in the new Script category. Morevoer, it brings a new set of six instant film frames created by Jacob Lee Wick. These come as free additions to the Instant Film Pack, which is available via a $0.99 in-app purchase. The latest update to Afterlight also brings the following changes:
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later, Afterlight is available in the App Store for $0.99. For the details of several of the app's previous major updates, see also: Afterlight Update Brings New Photo-Editing Theme And Other Enhancements, Popular Photo-Editing App Afterlight Turns 1 With iOS 7 Redesign And New Features, and Afterlight 2.0 Brings New Patterns, New Filters And Other Enhancements. [gallery]
- Frame categories have been re-grouped.
- Choosing a photo is now easier with the ability to swipe left/right when in the preview menu.
- Tapping and holding on a photo while using a tool or filter hides the selected effect.
- Sub menus are now hidden when moving sliders.
- Bug fixes