The app has nice simplicity and a creative mind can easily play around with it. I love it. Badly need few more details, features on Android interface. The work is lost(cache cleaned?) each time I minimise the app midway and comeback later. Need someway to move around each steps(saved maybe) for comparision(go back, come back).
Is a good app But don't like the interface, confusing, you have to select filters on a filter list then click on back. Also you don't have any idea on how they will look before you apply them. They need to organized their app like pic say pro, little photo, photo editor, that they have small size apps but still well organize, So you have an idea of what you going to apply before you do it. Also is kinda laggy. But overall good app.
Inferior in all ways to the original iOS app Also seems to be completely abandoned by the developer. The UI is clunky and non-intuitive, applying effects is slow, and there are flat out bugs (you can, for instance, dismiss the processing indicator and continue using the app, and when processing is done, the app will suddenly replace the picture with the results). If this didn't have the same name, you wouldn't know this was supposed to be decim8.
Loved the iOS Version; Android Version Doesn't Work This app is great on iOS. Unfortunately, the Android version hasn't successfully worked a single time since I bought it. Truly a shame. Also, the developer has not responded in over a month to email inquiries about potential updates - so one is left to best assume that the app is abandonware.
Cool app, Lollipop issues? I love this app on my Note 3 running 4.4.2, but on my Nexus 10 running 5.0 it crashes after you select an image to glitch. Could be a tablet issue too. Getting a Nexus 6 soon so I'm hoping it will work there.
Used it all the time on my iPhone Love this app. It always helped me get a little creative with pictures. I've been checking the play store ever now and then hoping to see it but sort of gave up until remembering today! Keep up the good work guys.
Bugfix: Photos now save to a Decim8 folder in your phone's storage.
Feature : Communication with Decim8 servers for realtime info on contests, challenges and other communications.