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iPhone version of the most popular Color Splash app for Mac. You'll easily create stunning pictures with the colors you want.
You pick a part of the image to leave in color and the rest of the photo will turn into monochrome snap. Add more drama with special effects or vignette. Or change grayscale background to sepia and/or analog blue.
ENHANCE images even further
ColorStrokes features a set of handy tools that let you enhance the look of the image (hue, saturation, gamma, contrast and more). So along with the best color splash tool in town you get a powerful image editor as well.
Share your masterpieces
Instantly share your photos via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Flickr or Email. Or print them on postcards and send to anyone in the world.
What's New in Version 2.1
Colorstrokes is now iPhone 5 and iOS 6 ready
- User Interface improvements
- Bug fixes
- Overall performance improvements
Major update is coming shortly. Let us know what you'd like to be added in Colorstrokes. Ideas accepted at: email@example.com.
Easier to use!
I have other apps that allow recoloring, but none as easy to use as this one. Plus the color tone options where you can make part of the image grayscale but a hint of one color are very useful and not offered in the others.
Thanks for doing the discount with app gratis so I could try out this fantastically useful app at a reduced price. After using it, I would say this app is worth the full price.
For those that only see red
The first thing that appeared on my screen once I chose a photo to edit was a text box pointing to the two tools in the bottom right saying "press and hold for more options" and then you can pick a different color! This was very easy to use and did what was described. All around a very nice app, especially since I got it for free.
I bought this app because I already owned PhotoStudio and PerfectPhoto, all three made by the same people. They're great apps and I recommend them to everyone. So I bought this one thinking it would be easier, but all you do is brush erase the filter! I've been doing that on PhotoStudio for months! Bottom line, if you're going to do this, buy PhotoStudio instead. You'll get more features, do the same thing, and you're still supporting the same, awesome company. :)