There's more to just snapping a picture and posting it to social media nowadays! Now you want to go that extra mile and make it share-worthy. The InstaTxtr app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone gives you a user-friendly way to enhance your photos. You'll be able to add textures, filters, and the editor and then you can share your creative results by Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. You can add all you want in mere seconds creating photos that will be noticed and remembered, something that isn't easy to do.
The InstaTxtr app really gives you a chance to turn all your photos into art and helps you look at even mundane shots as things of beauty once you're finished with them. With this app there are 24 frames, 69 textures and overlays, and a whopping 147 filters, all of which can be adjusted. And that's really just the tip of the iceberg; you're also able to do so much more with your photos. You can even add text to your photo and customize the font and the color. Pinch and touch the screen in order to move where the text is positioned, scale it, and rotate it. There are a handful of templates to use as well.
There are a few in-app purchases available. You can buy individual packs for $0.99 or the complete pack for $1.99. These packs just give you more features/tools to work with. In the app's most recent update there were some new elements added and it's also now compatible with iOS 8. The app scores an impressive 4.5 out of five stars from users.
There are so many ways to enhance your photos
Navigate Through the App with Ease
Creating your photo works of art really couldn't be faster or easier than with the InstaTxtr app. Taking a closer look you'll be able to also adjust the photos when it comes to the saturation, brightness, sharpness, contrast, and so much more. There are 13 pre-set cropping tools to make editing a breeze and you can snap the photo right from within the app. Speaking of the photo itself choose between taking a square photo or a full-sized one.
What I appreciate is that user interface feels familiar and by that I mean it doesn’t feel like you need a tutorial or lessons on how to enhance your photos. I do find the more you use it, the more elements and features you want to adjust and apply.