Bez (a nod to Pierre Bézier’s eponymous curve) is a friendly vector graphics editor that makes it easy to create beautiful and precise art on your iPad and iPad Pro.
With full support for Slide Over, Split View, Smart Keyboard, and Apple Pencil, Bez is a flexible and professional tool for designing high-quality illustrations.BEZ
Halftone 2 makes it easy to create comic and scrap books with your images. Choose a page layout, apply photo filters, position captions, add speech and thought balloons, place some WHAMs, BAMs, and POWs, mix in a few sound effects, and share your creation as an image, multi-page document, or high-definition video. There’s no faster or more fun way to share your stories.HALFTONE 2
WhereNotes for iPhone and Apple Watch makes it easy to remember something somewhere and recall it when you return. It’s like having your own private notebook at each place you visit.
Have you ever seen an item at a store that you wanted to remember? Or perhaps you’d like to remember the names of important people at each place you visit. WhereNotes has you covered.WhereNotes
Layout makes it easy to arrange your photos, tell stories, and share with friends. Swipe your finger to quickly split a frame into sections, and use the radial menu to add photos directly from Facebook, Instagram, or Flickr. Add a caption to each photo, apply a background color or pattern, and share your layout with friends and family via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr.LAYOUT
This is the original Halftone app that turns your family and friends into comic book heroes! Apply photo effects, captions, speech and thought balloons, choose from multiple layouts, and add a vintage newspaper look. Then, share your creation with friends on Facebook, Flickr, or Twitter. There’s no end to the fun you can have!HALFTONE
3D Camera for iPhone/iPod touch and 3D Camera Studio for iPad make it easy to create 3D photos. Create red/cyan anaglyph images, stereograms, and wigglegram images. 3D Camera Studio has a project gallery, making it easy to return to projects for edits and modifications.3D CAMERA
Spy Pix uses steganography, which comes from the Greek words steganos (“covered”) and graptos (“writing”), to hide one image inside of another decoy image. To a casual viewer, only the decoy image is seen. However, for a seasoned spy, the image can be decoded with Spy Pix to reveal the hidden message.SPY PIX