Today’s blog post is more about information on regenerative art apps. Most of these apps are not found in the Photo/Video Category, you can find them in the Entertainment, Lifestyle, Education and Productivity Categories. A lot of these apps I found by accident and came about from trying to find creative ways of making textures and backgrounds. I wanted to thank ODILONVERT from iPhone Art studio talk about these regenerative art apps. She has also made this topic in a group to show off our creativity, click HERE and check it out. I thought I was alone in finding and acquiring these kinds of apps for editing. Now I’m not alone and wanted to do an informative blog post about these apps, give you a list link to iTunes so you can buy them and eventually do tutorials of how I use these app in my everyday extreme editing. I’ve done a blog post about Artree and what you can do with these apps. Most of these regenerative app are just beautiful to watch alone. I don’t get bored of watching them growing and get lost in playing with these apps. Some of these app are interactive or you just draw, not all of them regenerate but they fall into the category because you can’t find these app in the photo/video category and they are art apps. Not all apps are universal, some are iPhone and/or iPad only.
List of apps that you can buy bu clicking on the name of the apps:
Art in Motion
Artree / Artree for iPad
Grow Your Own
Kaleido Pro HD / Kaleido HD for iPad
Little Uzu / Uza (iPad)
Magic Touch HD
Makanim Lite / Makanim
Serene / Serene HD
This list should get you started with your creative flow with these regenerative art apps. If you have any questions please leave comments or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out the Combo Apps Flickr Group (down below) and find me on Instagram @combo_apps…see you next week.
Combo Apps: Mobileography Extreme Editing, a group on Flickr.