Tangent Version 1.5 is once again creating buzz among the iPhoneography community for its enhancements and new features, including a newly designed inline menu system that makes the process of selecting shapes and patterns easier than ever. Those already familiar with Tangent’s simple-to-navigate controls will now be able to scroll through the shapes and patterns from all the packs without going to the submenu. The packs are color-coded to keep them easily identifiable and be expanded and collapsed as needed. This feature enables users to keep the editing process as streamlined as possible.
Tangent users will also be excited to discover the most recent patterns pack, aptly titled “Urban Decay.” The brainchild of Ben Guerrette, Urban Decay includes twenty completely unique “environmental” patterned overlays. Inspired by actual surfaces including broken asphalt, gravel, concrete and weathered paint, these overlays provide a gritty backdrop that give virtually any image a uniquely distressed mood and feel.
In addition to the interface upgrades is the inclusion of a new auto – save feature. While many apps running on iOS will be cleared out when not in use – especially when users are multitasking between apps – Tangent 1.5 saves the last edit, enabling users to return to where they last left off. This offers users the convenience of closing Tangent and later adding to and enhancing their edits whatever they feel inspired to do so.
“We’re always looking to enhance Tangent’s user experience with our updates, and in my opinion Version 1.5 totally nailed it, “says Tangent’s creator and Pixite’s lead developer Ben Guerrette. “Of course, I’m personally excited to see what Tangent’s core group of artists come up with using Urban Decay. It’s inspiring as a designer and a developer to know your ideas are expanding the way artists express themselves within the digital realm.”
To meet the needs of the serious iPhoneographer, Tangent Version 1.5 also includes improved support for working with high – resolution images. Rounding out the updates are new blends for contrast and saturation.
– Urban Decay Pack with 20 patterns
– Inline menu system with color-coded collapsable packs
– Edits are now saved in memory and can be resumed
– 2 new blends, contrast and saturation
– Improved support for hi-res photographs
– Improved store for IAP’s
– General stability improvements
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
You can click on TANGENT to go to the App Store if you want to get if you don’t have it in your app editing collection. I want to thank Ben and his team at Pixite for the head up about the update and added pack on Tangent. If you have any questions please leave a comment,email me firstname.lastname@example.org or Ben Guerrette at email@example.com. Have a good day and see you soon…
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