Beautiful layers come alive with Alayer, you’ve just watched the video and read the press release of the ALAYER app. I’ll show you how to use the app but first let me show you the screen shots of the and give you details of each other screen shots. So you can read the full details of how to operate this beautiful layering app.
You start off with the load page like this. When you tap on the “i” button, then you will get all the info about Alayer’s app. The buttons on the app are pretty easy to read and understand and the functions behind them.
This is the default editing page for Alayer. You can pretty much figure out what all of the 7 different sections of editing and effect types.
I’m going to start from the top and go left to right with all the buttons on the screen and listed below.
1. Back Arrow Button
2. Save Button
3. “i” Button (info)
4. Arrow Button Down is your blending mode button.
5. Slider is for Opacity 05 to 100%
6. Layers Button
7. Rotate Button
8. Eraser Button
9. Mixer Controls (Undo, Opacity Slider, Sharp, Unsharp, Contrast, Brightness, Hue, Saturation, Exposure, Red, Green, Blue)
10. Plus Button is for layer save and add more layers.
Mixer Controls: Undo, Opacity Slider, Sharp, Unsharp, Contrast, Brightness, Hue, Saturation, Exposure, Red, Green, Blue
“i” Button after you tap it, this will pop up so you can get a diagram and information on the controls.
You also have the options of changing each of the layers in blend modes and see what layers you’ve used with the app.
Now here are a couple of samples edits up above that I did with Alyers, you’re all probably what do I really think about this app. This app is great if you don’t have a lot of layering apps already (like me). It’s great if you’re looking for a new variation or style of a layer blending app. It’s like I’ve said before and I’ll say it again…one of the greatest things about having 4 or 5 apps that do the same thing are the different results you get from each app. No app are created exactly the same nor will you get the same results. What I love most is your mobile edits don’t ever look like Photoshop, they look like mobile editing with a 100 different types of app piled on top of each other. I like Alayers, it’s worth the pick up for $.99 because that’s cheap in today’s app market !!! Alyers is an iPhone Only app but it doesn’t stop me from loading the app on my iPad. If you have any questions about this blog post please leave a comment or email me firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact DeliX Software if you have any questions about their apps, email@example.com. The developers always like feedback, ideas and constructive criticism.
I’ll conclude the blog post with another app by DeliX Software called Photo Nova 2. Photo Nova 2 is selling at the App Store for $1.99. Have a great day, check out Combo Apps Flickr Group down below and see you soon !!!
Combo Apps: Mobile Extreme Editing, a group on Flickr.