Brushstroke, the popular iOS app that can turn regular photos into impressive virtual paintings, has received a major update bumping the app up to version 2.0.
Developed by Code Organa, Brushstroke 2.0 brings full optimization for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as for iOS 8. The new version of the application is also engineered for Cupertino’s 64-bit A7 and A8 processors, making it quicker and more power efficient than the previous iteration.
It’s now also possible for Brushstroke users to enjoy new painting styles, color palettes, and canvases as of the app’s 2.0 update, and you can also use swipe gestures to adjust painting details and colors in the revamped application.
Finally, a bunch of further, more minor improvements have also been made to Brushstroke. Here’s a complete list, as outlined in the application’s release notes:
- New painting styles, color palettes, and canvases
- Swipe to adjust painting detail and color
- Optimized for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
- iOS 8 and 64-bit support
- Ship and share previously saved paintings
- Ship framed prints and posters
- Details and price breakdowns for shipped products
- Manual exposure and camera improvements
- Visual quality improvements
- New adjustments
- Crop your paintings
- Undo, redo, and reset
- Landscape support on iPad
- Move and scale your signature
You can download the revamped Brushstroke for $2.99 on the App Store, and as before the app is optimized for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In order to run Brushstroke, you’ll need iOS 7.0 or above.
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