★★★★★ Easy instant photos in B&W or color.
Includes a variety of "films", including expired, leaky exposure, and developer fluid problems typical of your favorite instant camera from the 1970s.
★ Easy to use with standard gestures:
Use two fingers to zoom, pan and rotate the source picture within the frame. Apply different retro styles and filters/effects by selecting films and frames.
★ Adjust effect for different lighting conditions and subject matter.
★ Share your picture to FaceBook, email or save (to Camera Roll and/or iTunes Sync folder).
★ Once settings are dialed, take repeated pictures without having to reestablish your choices.
When image saved to iTunes Sync Folder (or email), transparency is preserved, allowing you to make final adjustments in Adobe Photo Shop, iPhoto, Aperture or other desktop photo-finishing software.
Gen Kiyooka is a multimedia artist and comedian. He’s been developing “apps” for Apple computers since the 64KB Apple ][+ with 5.25" floppy drive arrived at his grade school in B.C., Canada. His first Apple programs were published in Creative Computing magazine and he later vexed readers with his magazine columns in BYTE and Computer Language. Prior to diving into iPhone apps he developed video compression tools for the Mac.