Pretty Basic Any features you might ever need are all buched in one app. Also for some reason the app won't let me take pictures with the back camera???
Love it One tap and long-lost details show up! I didn't know I was wearing a lacey dress in that snapshot when I was three years old! Simply marvelous!
Great software but. Been using this for a long time now and while the image enhancements are great. Camera's Realistic HDR does not look realistic at all. Maybe some tweaking on the developer's side would solve this issue.
Kinda bummed about buying this app The features on this app are okay I guess, but there's really not a lot of features to it for $2.99 (I believe it was for me.) Also, this smart editor does does edits for you depending on the option chosen without the ability to adjust the effect. You also can't overlay edits at all. The software doesn't just doesn't edit very well period. I'm going to keep it installed, but only because I bought it. Hopefully it will get better with new updates.
A Perfectly Perfect App I have been using this product for ages... this release improves the already-awesome product so much that I would be happy to buy it again. I get so much value from it that I also bought the Photoshop Plug-in. Thanks!
Disappointed. Note 4 running Lollipop 5.0.1. Not used the Android app for long but two glaring faults found straight away. First is that the capture or camera part is just piggy-backing my phone's camera app. This results in ugly jpeg artifacts because of the over-sharpening the default camera app uses. Second is that this app will not allow saves on the SD card. Other camera/editing apps I use allow this so this needs to be fixed. As I use Dropbox to archive images (either taken or edited) I want them in specific SD card folders and they will be archived in their equivalent Dropbox folders. Images captured (not going to use for reasons above) and edited images from this app get lumped together with default DCIM images and end up in Dropbox Camera Uploads and get renamed in the process using standard DCIM date names so they lose the "PerfectlyClear" suffix to identify them. That's a headache when taking hundreds of shots a day. How good is the editing? The "quick fix" introduces pixelation, not good when enlarged. Snapseed is better and free! Perfectly Clear now uninstalled.
Several improvements and fixes for Samsung Note 4 devices
Several small updates.
Read more: http://goo.gl/Oq36GV
* Stability improvements
The magical beauty camera that allows you to instantly take perfect selfies!