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ReDesign Photos has a simple layout for making edits (pictures)

A simple app that houses hundreds of filters, special effects, shapes and fonts; all in an effort to make your photos look fancy.

Jason Cipriani
Jason Cipriani
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ReDesign Photo for iOS

ReDesign Photo is a simple app that houses hundreds of filters, special effects, shapes and fonts to help you make your photos look fancy.

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The launch screen

Every time you launch the app, you're presented with various photos and the current date. I found myself staring at this screen on occasion, looking for inspiration.

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Editing tools

The main screen lays out your editing tools. Filters, blending, adjustments, shapes, texts and paintings are all options.

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Filters

Additional filters, shapes, and effects can be purchased through the app. However, at time of review the app was moved to a $1.99 price and all in-app purchases were made free. Prior to review, the app was free with in-app purchases costing $1.99 each.

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Basic editing features

Outside of the filters that do the heavy work for you, you can edit various aspects of a photo such as saturation, brightness, and adding a vignette (among others).

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Shapes

You can layer various shapes atop your photo. With options to alter a shape's transparency and color, creativity is key.

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Text

Adding text to a photo is also possible, in multiple colors and fonts. I'm nowhere near talented enough to truly use this and the shapes feature to add a creative flair to my photos -- but I'm sure someone out there is.

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Sharing

You can share photos across various social networks, or save your work to your Camera Roll from the share screen within the app.

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