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Snapheal 2.1: A major upgrade of a really cool app [u]

11 December 2012 1,235 views No Comment

Snapheal, the photo editing app that's all about removing, expurgating or otherwise removing imperfections in your pics, fixes photo bombs

Photo bombs. Whether it’s some stranger, Uncle Harry, unwanted and unsightly telephone wires or just a stain on an otherwise beautiful shirt, photos are rarely ever perfect. Snapheal, the photo editing app that’s all about removing, expurgating or otherwise removing imperfections, fixes photo bombs.

MacPhun’s Snapheal (image above, animation below) makes your photos, screen grabs and images better. Best of all, it’s super easy to use and the results speak for themselves.

That said, Snapheal 2.1 (Mac App Store, $9.99) is now available and comes to market with an improved UI and evolved tools, including better algorithms:

• Updated user interface
• New Clone & Stamp tool
• Enhanced Lasso tool
• New Crop tool
• Improved algorithms for erasing multiple objects
• New algorithm for image retouch and adjust
• Easier way to save and share images
• See the video introduction below

The good people at MacPhun provided a review copy to me and I have been using it, but haven’t (until now) written this fine app up — I recommend Snapheal. It delivers all kinds of forgiveness for bad photos, screen grabs and images.

[u] Natali at MacPhun just sent me a saying that Apple has named Snapheal a 2012 App of the Year — kudos!

That said, the above listed $9.99 price is a 50 percent discount off the MacPhun’s usual asking, so don’t dither — Snapheal won’t be any less cool, but the price will go up…

What’s your take?


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