EVEN "PRO" RESOLUTION IS JUNK I didn't even bother to download it on this phone.. I love this kind of stuff however even after purchasing the unlock, the resolution on the pictures is absolutely horrendous even to set it as a background on your phone. Thats a dealbreaker for me. There's got to be an easy fix for this however it's been like this forever. That's my only major complaint please fix this and I will be able to be happy with the product thay I purchased! But for now, I don't even want to install it on my phone.
Good. but actually, this is a great app. to create such effect on a little time with this app is so great. but my problem is, the max resolution always 640×480.. can you update and make it so it can proccess the max resolution into at least 1024×720?? thx and i will give 5 if it happens
Poor resolution I paid for the unlocked version. Why are the saved images such a small size? It's hopeless if the images look pixilated even on my phone! And what's with the continuing ads? Fail as far as I'm concerned unless these things are fixed
It's not free. Does not work. I paid to unlock the full app and it worked very poorly. I have a Note 3, so maybe it's just my device but I downloaded another photo app and it worked great. Wish I could get my money back on this one.
Great effects, low output resolution You can apply really cool effects to your photos using this app, however the output resolution is 640*480 which makes the edited images useless for anything but viewing on an old cell phone, also you cannot choose in which folder to save your photos. But beside from that it's a pretty good app.
Forces post on facebook I hv paid for the app, i shud b able to post my creation as i want. When i select share on FB it wants to post about the app, instead of the image i hv. being a paid user, why should I publicize about the app. if it is great, I would anyway tell me friends about it. disappointed, developer is not responding.
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