Awesome application, out of all the other competitors, this is by far the very best. It's not very user-friendly, all I can tell you is that if you want to blur something out, use the triangle shape. If use the square shape, it takes a couple of passes before it actually disguises the text that you're trying to cover up. So the triangle one is the best one. I had a pretty cool license plate frame I wanted to show my Discord community, this is the first time I had to blur something out
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It seems to work really well now. Except for one thing. It makes the image way larger, and I need to keep the original size. I just need to keep the thumbnails I draw small for use in my apps. But a certain web site likes images to fill a certain humongous amount of screen. I can do it by hand, but that takes a lot of time. I'm only half way through with the first image, and I have dozens more to do.
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I use this app with a Moko active stylus pen, which is an electric stylus with a fine tip like a ballpoint pen. Incredible precision! I have three suggestions prior to your releasing this app. (1) Give the user the option of working with and saving the photo in its original resolution (even if that adds blurring lag). (2) Save the edited photo to a directory in the gallery, so that it is easier to retrieve later. (3) Add a paid ad-free version, either a separate download, or in-app purchace.
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