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Cameraxis for iOS lets you pull off awesome design photos

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Developer: 4axis Solution Download: iOS
Category: Photography Price: Free

With apps like Cameraxis, mobile technology has made it possible to create fantastic-looking design photos without really being a designer. Take a photo, drop in the app, and take advantage of its superb filters, artworks, overlays and other cool features to take your images to the next level and make them really stand out. Cameraxis is also great for churning out cards for special occasions like holidays, weddings, Christmas, and other celebrations.

The app comes with hundreds of readily available graphic designs, letting you come up with something eye-catching with just a few taps. It is possible to combine photos, layer them upon each other with various transparency settings, and apply different colors and patterns to achieve new effects. There's also a text tool that lets you choose your favorite fonts from the included library and customize the captions futher by introducing colors, patterns, opacity and shadow effects.

In addition to photos from the gallery, Cameraxis lets you import and manage photos from social network albums on Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa. This way, you can better organize your photographic collection. It also has an automatic backup and drafts system that lets you save your work anytime and return to it later in order to finish it. None of your latest edits will be lost, because the app keeps track of them. The finished images can be saved to your device in the maximum resolution available and shared to your social network accounts.

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