Repix update brings frames, a new filter pack and a revamped adjustment menu

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Melissa Grey
May 29, 2013 3:43 PM
Repix update brings frames, a new filter pack and a revamped adjustment menu

Repix -- one of the more creative photo editing apps available for iOS -- has just seen an update that streamlines its design and adds a handful of new features. Since its launch in March, the app's strongest selling point has been its brushes, which allow you to selectively edit parts of your photos. Sadly, this update doesn't include any new ones, but it does introduce a spotlight filter pack with four options: gallery, slender, stage and disco lighting. The set isn't included in the free download; it can be purchased for $1.99 through the app. Additionally, the adjustment menu has seen a performance-enhancing facelift. The slider at the bottom of the screen allows for straightforward editing of contrast, brightness, vibrance, saturation, temperature and vignette settings. Lastly, the new frame tool offers seven different borders in black or white variants. The new frames and filter aren't overly exciting, but the aesthetic tweaks do freshen up Repix's look while improving functionality. For more info, you can read the full press release after the break.

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Repix redesigned to become the world's most inspiring photo editing app

The popular editing app receives stunning makeover with new features that lets users create amazing photos in seconds


Helsinki, Finland / London, UK, 29th May 2013 – Repix, the world's most inspiring photo editor, has today released a new version of its iOS app. This new version sees the app receive a stunning redesign as well as new feature set that enable users to create amazing photos in seconds.

"We've had a fantastic few months since launching Repix, but we're not about to rest on our laurels. We wanted to make Repix the most inspiring photo editor available on the App Store. Something that can be used for everyday photo edits as well as inspiration source for more creative edits " said Ilkka Teppo, CEO of Sumoing.

The new design will make photo editing quicker and easier than ever. Users can access all of the app's features with just one hand and all editing happens in real-time. There's no need to confirm actions and users can switch directly between tools, making editing smoother than ever.

The new version of Repix comes also with some neat new features. The new handcrafted adjustable Frames enable users to add a final flourish to their creations. Unique new spotlight filters let users add cool studio-like lightning effects to photos. In addition, users can now share creations directly to Flickr. The app's adjustment tool has a new more robust design and from now on all EXIF data is saved when users are saving their images.

So, what's new?

- NEW – the new design, that lets edit quicker and easier than ever

- NEW - whole new Frames tool with 7 unique Frames in two colour variants

- NEW – direct sharing to Flickr

- NEW - new adjustment menu - with faster and more robust experience

- NEW - four new unique spotlight Filters, that let you add unique lightning effects to your photos.

- NEW - EXIF data saved with all Repix edits

Repix is available to download for free from the App Store. The free version of the app offers users access to a selection of tools and users can purchase more tools in-app.

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