Tonight I wanted to talk about an app called aTypo PRO. It’s on sale at the App Store for $.99, for a limited time. This app is great for the Typographer in mind. It’s masking your images with words. Some people like pasting words on their images, well this app does that for you in a very artistic way.
Now let’s get down to business with this app, the pros and cons. I like how it’s creative in using simple word to make your images expressive. The cons are it does crash a lot and the it’s not set at high-resolution. I highly recommend you rate and comment on improvements for this app. It’s important to let the creator know what you like and dislike about the app. Please make positive and constructive criticism.
After the program is loaded you will always have this default image of Angelina Jolie. I’m guessing the creator of this app is a huge fan of hers. You can also see it;s pretty easy to understand and run, which I totally look for in an app.
When you edit your image they have the default words, “Crazy Sexy Cool.” You don’t have to use those words. You can tap in the area and type out your own words. My suggestion is you keep it to a few words, so your image doesn’t look lost or chaotic. Few words can mean a lot more than a paragraph or a story. You want to keep it simple and make your point across. You can also make different color fonts. There is only one real font, but if you want more than write a review and express that to the creator.
I wanted to also mentioned there is an update to Pic FX. They made a new icon for the app and added an extra Frames and Stylize. This is the second update for this app, it’s like I told you. It’s a must have if your into doing combo editing. David Boyes and Ben Curious would like to know what they can do to improve the app, so please let them know on Flickr, Instagram and or at the App Store. You can also follow them on Twitter.
Last thing before I go, iCamera HDR has had two updates on their app. They have improved the crashing and processing time, so please check out that app too. It’s a really nice for HDR on the go.
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Combo Apps, a group on Flickr.