Yesterday our MonoPhix HD app got approved by Apple and today it’s available for download in the App Store.
MonoPhix HD is the iPad variant of our MonoPhix for iPhone. Both apps enable people to open an image and convert it to black and white or other monochrome variants. This seems like a simple task, but MonoPhix provides the users with a set of tools resembling Adobe Lightroom’s black & white tools and more to enable great results which aren’t obtainable by using other Black & White apps.
The iPad version even supports 2 types of slider-adjustable vignetting (Burn/Lighten), allows users to blow out the exposure for great “minimal dark” results or to enhance bright surfaces. It also allows (and this is unique) to set the alpha (transparency) of the Black & White effect so that the original colors show up behind the black & white effect, this can be easily accomplished with a slider. In addition to the Sepia and antique filters of MonoPhix for iPhone, you can now custom colors a black & white photo with 3 sliders. If these features can’t impress you the ability to edit and save pictures at full resolution and at full quality might impress you. Monochrome pictures created with MonoPhix HD don’t lose any of their original quality.
Here’s a list of features:
* Intuitive interface which is very pleasant to use
* Big real time preview of your changes
* High speed filters, so you don’t have to wait constantly
* Great tools to enhance the bright and dark parts of your picture separately
* Ability to custom color a monochrome picture
* Ability to set an Alpha to blend your monochrome with the original picture
* Ability to enhance the exposure of your picture
* Ability to apply 2 types of adjustable vignetting effects to your picture
* Ability to choose for a more raw classic monochrome filter
* Supports high resolution pictures, up to 3000×3000 pixels and higher