A highly requested feature from users everywhere, according to the company, is now available in an update for the VSCO Cam application for Android and iOS devices. Called Copy + Paste, users can now select multiple photos to perform the same batch edit on, shortening time spent on tweaking settings for users who like to edit multiple photos at once. (more…)
VSCO Cam, the popular photo editing app, has released another update for Android users bringing three headline features to everyone and a few more goodies for select devices.
The first, and probably most important, new feature in 3.1 is sync. Now users can sync edited photos between devices. If I start editing a picture on my iPhone, but have to put it down before finishing up, I can finish the edits on my Moto X before sharing the picture to my Grid or Instagram. Syncing my first photo took a few seconds, but after that future syncs were almost instantaneous. Images that are syncing have a spinning animation over them from the Library view; once synced you’ll see two overlapped circles in the top right corner. (more…)
VSCO Cam, a popular camera replacement app that debuted first on iPhone, received an update today to version 2.3 with new features centered around organization. Changes have been made to the layouts of both Presets and Tools, plus the usual bug fixes and subtle UI tweaks are also to be found in the updated app. (more…)
An update for VSCO Cam is out this week, one which brings various minor UI tweaks and other added features. Users after the update can add larger photos to the app for editing, plus VSCO’s location and privacy settings received updates. The development team also states that the app received a few performance enhancements, which should boost the app’s processing speeds. (more…)
Android photographers can now grab VSCO Cam right from Google Play, an application that has gathered quite a following over on iOS. After taking a few shots with it this morning, I would compare it to other apps like Camera Awesome, but VSCO Cam’s UI takes a bit longer to figure out; although once learned, it’s much more fluid and clean. (more…)
Tomorrow on Google Play, VSCO Cam is finally launching for Android. After gathering quite the following the iOS, the developers are now turning their sights to the world’s most widely-used mobile OS, and the app will be free to download. The app is essentially photo editing software, kind of like Camera Awesome and Snapseed. (more…)