This application allows you to add filters to your photos directly from iMessage

This application allows you to add filters to your photos directly from iMessage

O infltr an application that provides you with millions of filters that can be incorporated into your photos, Live Photos and even videos. But, unlike many other apps with filters ready, in this one the user has several colors to add to the images in a very unique way.

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To add filters in the app, simple, easy and fun: just select an image and add filters by dragging your finger across the screen. You will notice that, as you drag, new colors are appearing and, thus, adapting as a photo filter. What is the coolest thing you can do while standing up to take the picture, that is, before you even take it.

Keep dragging in any direction to discover more and more filters infinitely. There are more than 7 million individual filters to discover, so your photos are always unique.

A very interesting option is also to add filters to videos while they are playing. The process is exactly the same as the photos, just drag your finger across the screen. In addition, applying filters does not affect the quality of any image.

Add filters to your photos, Live Photos and even videos. Your panoramic photos and HD DSLR will not lose any resolution. We are one of the only apps that allow you to do this.

As can be seen in the video above, with the app it is possible to take photos directly from the iMessage extension and edit right there. According to one of the creators, Philippe Levieux, infltr was the first application to make the edition of Live Photos in iMessage.

Despite having difficulty in appearing among the photo apps, as Levieux says, it is an interesting app, which allows several combinations of filters that are difficult to find in other apps.

The infltr also works with the iPad and you can purchase it for $ 3 on the App Store. If you wish, stop by the app's Instagram page, as there are several cool examples there!


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[via TechCrunch]