Autodesk’s Pixlr-o-matic App Has Some of The Most Amazing Photo Effects We’ve Seen [Daily Freebie]

Autodesk’s Pixlr-o-matic App Has Some of The Most Amazing Photo Effects We’ve Seen [Daily Freebie]

Autodesk makes industry-leading software for animators, architects and industrial designers, so maybe the fact their Pixlr-o-matic  app is a stunning, gasp-worthy photo-effects tool for the iPhone (and iPad) shouldn’t be surprising; what is a surprise, though, is that it’s free.

And yes, as you’ve probably guessed, it’s a freemium app. But there’re so many creative and sharing options crammed into the the free section you may not bother with the premium effects; in fact, many of the 57 different free filters and look better than much of the stuff you’d pay for.

Autodesk threw in the ability to share with practically any platform and save original-size files to your iDevice’s photo library and then wrapped everything in a beautiful UI (just ignore the fact they used an impossible-to-read typeface that looks like a doctor’s chicken scrawl).

the extra effect sets are a buck a pop, or get all of them — there are over a dozen sets, and they keep adding more — for $3, which includes all future sets.

  • MikeKoster

    I user Pixlr, because I’m a photo editor. I user Pixlr Editor, not
    Pixlr-O-Matic. I have an account, and I need to upload 50 pictures to my
    account.

  • MacHead84

    I got to say, who really cares about the Sharing Options. As long as an app can save to my Camera Roll, I can handle the sharing from there. I see reviews from people all the time complaining that apps cant upload to facebook. I mean just save it to the Camera Roll and upload it yourself. Its not hard!

  • FriarNurgle

    Thanks.

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Eli MilchmanWhen he was eight, Eli Milchman came home from frolicking in the Veld one day and was given an Atari 400. Since then, his fascination with technology has made him an intrepid early adopter of whatever charming new contraption crosses his path — which explains why he's Cult of Mac's test editor-at-large. He calls San Francisco home, where he works as a journalist and photographer. Eli has contributed to the pages of Wired.com and BIKE Magazine, among others. Hang with him on Twitter.

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