A smaller size means that the app will take up less space on your Apple device. This leaves more space for other apps, as well as other data such as photos and music.
The app has a higher rating on Apple’s App Store (rating from all versions), showing the overall quality of the app and user satisfaction. The lowest score is 1, with 5 being the highest.
You can use a wider range of languages in the application. This allows you to use it in the language you choose and makes it suitable for more users around the world.
There is a tablet-optimised version of the app available. This gives a much better user experience than using an app designed for a phone on a tablet.
It is compatible with a range of iOS devices such as iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.
Adjusting tonal curves allows you to selectively adjust the exposure and contrast within an image.
Adjusting the contrast affects the difference between light and dark areas of the image. You can fine tune it to meet your needs, such as increasing the contrast to make your subject stand out more.
With manual white balance you can choose the most accurate setting and avoid the green, blue or red hue which can occur in auto mode. You can also change the setting for artistic effect.
Using selective adjustment points, you can change the settings (such as saturation, brightness, etc.) of a particular part of the image. This is useful if you wish to edit certain areas without changing the whole photo - for instance, if you wish to increase the color intensity of an object in the image.
If your photo is too bright or dark, you can adjust the brightness in order to get a well-balanced image.
Saturation refers to the intensity of colors. It is measured on a scale ranging from 0% (black and white) to 100% (pure colors) at a constant level of brightness. Images with high levels of saturation have vivid colors, while unsaturated images appear greyish.
Filters allow you to apply effects to your image with one touch, usually with a range of effects such as retro films or sketches.
Tilt shift is a technique which can be used to achieve the “diorama” effect, whereby you can make normal images look as if they were taken of small models. It works by applying a blur to parts of the image which simulates a shallower depth of field, even on objects far away.
Image sharpening tools emphasize the edges within an image. This can be applied to a blurred image to make it appear sharper and more detailed.
Using the brush tool you can paint across the image, or use it to make small adjustments to touch up the image.