Snapseed Fixed For iOS 6, Adds iPhone 5 Support

SnapSeed, probably our favorite photo editor here at Cult of Mac, has been updated to (finally!) work with iOS6 and the iPhone 5

While iPhone 5 users will be happy to see support for their impossibly slim and light phones brought to iOS’s best photo app, existing users can be happy too. Ever since the iOS 6 update, Snapseed has displayed a screwy, TV “snow” kind of effect where the Vintage filter textures were supposed to be. That’s now fixed. As is the Photo Successfully Saved alert which wouldn’t clear off the screen after popping up.


  • 6.25 MP images for iPad, iPhone 3GS, and iPod Touch (3rd & 4th Gen), 16 MP images for iPad 2 and iPhone 4, 4S, 20.25 MP images for iPad 3rd Gen and iPhone 5 (larger images will be automatically down sampled by iOS)
  • JPEG and TIFF photos
  • RAW photos (requires iPad, iPad2, or iPad 3rd Gen) transferred using the Camera Connector Kit

One bit of bad news, though: Thanks to “a violation of the Apple App Store Guidelines,” Flickr upload is temporarily disabled.


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