While iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 feature a system-wide Dark Mode, powerful photo editor Darkroom is going the opposite way in a new update.
Even Better on iPad
Instead of the usual dark tint, version 4.3 of the app offers a new Light Mode for users to select from. As you could probably tell, the mode brightens up the entire app. There is even a lighter app icon to choose from.
One of the best additions to iPadOS 13 was additional multitasking features to Split View and Slide Over, and Darkroom now takes advantage of both.
You can now run the app in two different windows in Split View to open up a number of possibilities while editing photos including the ability to drag a photo from one window to the other.
A new Siri Shortcut allows you yo import a set of images from ant location, filter and frame them, and prepare it for export with just a simple voice command.
The app now also features sound for key editing events.
Darkroom is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.
You can unlock a number of filters and other tools with separate in-app purchases. The most cost-effective option is $9.99 to unlock all of the available tools and filters.