No matter what you're snapping photos of or who you want to share them with, you'll have fun with this intuitive and streamlined program.
Cool effects: There are certainly plenty of cool filters in this app, and you can swipe through them, which is a nice touch. But what really sets this app apart is the ability to take photos using a split screen or double layout. Just select the type of photo or mini collage you'd like to take beforehand, and the app automates the process.
Sharing options: You can quickly share your finished photos straight from the app to index, index, index, WhatsApp, or via email. You can also add the phone numbers of your friends and family if you want to send photos privately to other index users.
Only new photos: You can only use the filters and effects in this app on new photos that you take through the program, and not on any existing i
While we wish it offered a few more filters, index does its job extremely well and the overall user experience is enhanced by the simple and intuitive interface. At launch index greets its user with two options: take a photo or use a picture available in their Camera roll or Photo Stream. After selecting or taking a picture, the fun begins as users can easily choose from the list of
The right side contains one button labeled "Color" and a slider to determine the size of the brush. It also has two small buttons to zoom in or out of the image, but aside from a button linking to the developer's Web site, there aren't any other features or options on the main interface. Clicking the "Color" button brings up a separate small menu containing a color wheel. This includes several sub-menus with options to select a color, in