Every day, photos you take will show only a specific color.
A day in red, a day in blue, a day in yellow...
Millions of color will be gathered from all over the world.
The color changes every morning at 7 o'clock.
What do you think tomorrow's color will be?
"irodori" is an selective colorization photo sharing app.
By "selective colorization", we mean that photos you take are converted to black and white, but some parts are left in color.
Every morning at 7 o'clock, "color of the day" is chosen by random. Irodori will become a photo app designated to taking selected color photos of that color.
Beautiful flowers you came across when walking, your favorite fashion, dinner you ate with your husband…
Take snapshots of your everyday life that have todays' color with "irodori".
Just by watching photos taken with "irodori" from all over the world will give you boundless inspirations. It will broaden your sight with ideas you have never come across before. Thinking of tomorrow's "color of the day" will give you a new perspective on what to look for the next day.
**How to use "irodori"
-Starting to use "irodori"
Use your Facebook or Twitter account to login.
-Taking photos with "irodori"
On the top of the screen, you will see a bar that shows the "color of the day".
Find something that has the color and take a photo with "irodori". Even before taking your photo, you can preview the selective colorization taking place.
-Posting photos with "irodori"
You can write comments on photos, turn them around, even erase colors you did not intend to be selected. After you are done, post the photo for all the others to see. Facebook and Twitter integration is ready for your friends on your social network to see.
-Seeing other peoples' photos on "irodori"
Photos that have been posted to "irodori" can be shared with others. Be sure to tap the heart button if you like the photo, because that will add the photo to your favorites for you to see later.
**Crash occasionally on iPhone4S
**Facebook integration expires
"irodori" is an app made specifically to gather color.