SnapDot is an app based on stippling effect. The app converts your photos into dots, which is like a mosaic effect. You have control over the size, number of dot, contrast and color. It’s really a cool app and been around for a long time in the App Store. I’m writing about this app because it’s FREE at the moment. The app recently had an update which supports new iPads and iPhones screens. Other feature includes share to any app on your iOS devices that supports PDFs, rotation support, iOS 9 split screen and fixed many small bugs.
I’m going to give you a basic tutorial on how the app operates. First open up the app and tap on camera button. You can take a photo or load a photo from your camera roll. I’m going to pick a photo from my camera roll. I also wanted to share that you can improve the app by giving the developers your feedback by emailing them. I plan to email the developers and give them some of my feed back.
It’s one of the most easiest apps to operate with a very simple UI (user interface). This is what I love about this app. You really can’t mess anything up because there’s nothing complicated with this app. After you load your photo, it does the dot processing. When that’s done just tap on the sliders button to adjust your dots, color and contrast. After you do all of your adjustments you tap on the box arrow button, you have the option to save to your camera roll or share it as a PDF. You can also email your image to yourself as a PNG file for lossless full resolution.
This is my image demo done with SnapDot. When you images are saved, they will be 2048 x 1973 for square (1:1) and 2048 x 1530 in landscape or portrait mode.
SnapDot is FREE at the moment, universal to the iPad and iOS 9 ready. I highly recommend picking up this app to add in your collection. It’s a great novelty app to have when you want to be creative with your mobile editing. If you have any questions about this blog post, please post comments or email SnapDot at firstname.lastname@example.org to send them feedback or asking for help. I hop you’ve enjoyed this blog post and see you soon !!!