Last month we told you about the mobile app SnapShots and how its Orlando-based designers had created a photo- and video-sharing iOS app that could be a useful asset for Orlando theme-park visitors.
The app allows multiple users at an event to share videos and photos with other SnapShots users in real time. And, since an event can be any occasion or gathering a user defines, a visit to Walt Disney World with a group of friends or family would be a great way for linked-up SnapShots users to crowd-source the occasion, stay in touch while roaming the parks, and even archive and share their media from their iPhones and iPads.
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Now the app is even better.
Last week, SnapShots partnered with the multimedia editing platform Aviary to offer a wider range of image-editing tools and features.
SnapShots users now are able to edit their photos within the app and apply a host of editing choices familiar to anyone who has used the photo-editing platform or others like it. Users can work with various photo filters, crop their images, add frames and stickers, adjust focus, contrast and brightness aspects of the images, and much more. A drawing tool is even part of the new editing palette, and text can be added to images, as well.
In a press release announcing the update, SnapShots founder Jon Dantes said the Aviary changes would make SnapShots users “feel more like professional photographers.”
An Android version is planned for the future.