Good but not great I was an iOS user before Android, and there is this app called Juxtaposer, which is probably the best app I can think of in terms of layer-based image editing on a cellphone, Layerer has the right idea but yearns for an aesthetic interface. I don't get why the image has to be anchored. To the developers, please take a peek at Juxtaposer and strive to beat it because you guys are the only ones developing this for Android. You could also do without in-app purchases, simply have pro or free (watermark).
How do you make it work..? The youtube 'overview' is hilarious. Crazy music and lots of flickering pictures. Tells you nothing. I'll probably just delete the app.
Very impressed! Takes a moment to get the hang of things, but did exactly what I wanted without dropping the quality of the photos. Quick and easy too. If there is a pro version, I will happily support it.
Simply Brilliant If you have 2 brain cells to rub together and an ounce of creativity this first class application will do you proud, used with picsplay pro and photo illusion a new generation of Picasso's will be born!!! And no I wasn't paid to write this comment I was driven by it's potential (ˆڡˆ) . ҉~(˘.˘҉)(҉˘.˘)~҉
Weird Not exactly user friendly. Couldn't figure out how to make a composite photo w it. Edit. Increased to 2 stars because I was making composites w out realizing it so it works I guess.
I can't buy it. It seems to be what I want in a layering app, but the option "Go to Google Play Store to buy" doesn't work.
- Cut-out Erase mode now has complete fill option
- Various bug fixes
- Memory handling improvements