Photogene for iPad Updated – Support for Evernote, Tumblr & More

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Photogene for iPad, one of the more capable photo editing / effects apps for the iPad, has had a major update this week, to Version 3.3.

One of the most notable new features is support for exporting images to Evernote and Tumblr (adding to a strong range of existing options like Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox, Picasa and more). There’s also a new device-to-device transfer capability if you have Photogene installed on another iOS device. Unfortunately this uses Bluetooth rather than WiFi.

The update also adds some new editing tools – including a new Clarity Slider and Clone tool – and this very cool sounding feature:

Copy edit operations from one photo and apply the same edits on another photo. Long-tap on the photo in the edit screen to copy&paste edits.

Here’s the full list of what’s new in this latest version of Photogene for iPad:

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New sharing options:
– Device-to-device: transfer photos directly to another iPad/iPhone (requires Photogene to be installed on the other device).
– Evernote.
– Tumblr.
– Now it’s possible to preserve the original file names when uploading to Dropbox, FTP or mail (requires iOS 5).
– Add date-stamp to your exported photos.
New edit tools:
– Clarity slider.
– Clone tool.
– Can now make collages even if location-services are turned off.
– Copy edit operations from one photo and apply the same edits on another photo. Long-tap on the photo in the edit screen to copy&paste edits.
Bug fixes:
– Fixed problem that the app loaded very slowly on devices with large photo libraries.
– Fixed pixilation issues that occurred with some types of jpeg files.

Photogene for iPad is already one of the best photo editing apps for iPad, and it’s great to see its developers continuing to update it with impressive new features.

Here’s an App Store link for Photogene for iPad; it’s priced at $2.99.


Patrick Jordan

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