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Sketch photo so cool, Softease releases PicSketch for iOS to help Apple fans turn photo into incredible sketch easily and quickly

Sketch photo so cool, Softease releases PicSketch for iOS to help Apple fans turn photo into incredible sketch easily and quickly

PicSketch, an Apple featured hot and noteworthy Mac photography app, now is ready on iPhone and iPad. As the Mac version got a great popularity, Softease Tech., the developer brings this famous app to iOS to help Apple fans make amazing sketch artwork on mobile devices. Plus taking advantage of the iPhone camera to shot photo instantly wherever and whenever, and then make and edit sketch on the go.

PicSketch is a powerful photography app to turn photo into attractive sketch artwork. With this app, anyone can make beautiful and charming sketch photography artwork easily and quickly; even though don’t know drawing too much.


Softease Tech. Rolls Out Powerful Photography App PicSketch for iOS Mobile Devices

Softease Tech. Rolls Out Powerful Photography App PicSketch for iOS Mobile Devices

PicSketch, an Apple-featured hot and noteworthy Mac photography app, now is ready for the iPhone and iPad. As the Mac version received great popularity, Softease Tech., the developer, brings this famous app to iOS to help Apple fans make amazing sketch artwork on mobile devices. Plus, they're taking advantage of the iPhone camera so users can shoot photos instantly wherever and whenever, and then make and edit the sketch on the go.

PicSketch is a powerful photography app to turn photos into attractive sketch artwork. With this app, anyone can make beautiful and charming sketch photography artwork easily and quickly - even though they may not know much about drawing.


PicSketch

PicSketch
Product Type: 
App

PicSketch is a photo sketch app to turn photo into great sketch artwork easily in a few taps. With this sketch app, anyone can create amazing photo sketch, even though don’t know drawing too much.

Only 3 steps, easily and quickly turn photo into sketch
1. Load photo from Camera Roll / Take a photo with Camera.
2. Choose sketch effect and background.
3. Share or save your sketch artwork.

As designed to be a handy sketch app, besides abundant preset sketch effects, more edit and customization features are available, including adjust brightness, modify contrast, change sketch background, and so on.

Various sketch styles / effects
• 22 specially pencil sketch styles are available
• 5 styles of classic sketch effects (Include B&W Sketch, Color Sketch, etc. )

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iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection

iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection

 

Unique Interactive Experience 

 

iPoe Collection for iOS is an application which showcases his writings in form of illustrated images, drawings and scary sketches. The drawings showcased in the app define scenes Edgar Allan Poe created through his writings. The audience find themselves in the scenario, and they suddenly become part of the play as they read his stories. The app combines Poe’s writings with illustrated drawings, interactive animations and music to provide audiences a more visual approach to his poetry and stories, making his stories more entertaining.


iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection

iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection
Product Type: 
App

This interactive collection of stories for iPad is a new concept where text, music and illustrations make you dive into the terrifying world of Edgar Alan Poe. Feel the difference between an electronic book and a total interactive experience. Exquisitely illustrated by David Garcia Forés (illustrator of Forgotten Colours) and accompanied by an original soundtrack created by Teo Grimalt; iPoe will enliven Poe's stories like never before. Get shrouded in shadows and enter the dark work of the master of horror through some of his best stories.

 

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iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection

iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection
Product Type: 
App

This interactive collection of stories for iPad is a new concept where text, music and illustrations make you dive into the terrifying world of Edgar Alan Poe. Feel the difference between an electronic book and a total interactive experience. Exquisitely illustrated by David Garcia Forés (illustrator of Forgotten Colours) and accompanied by an original soundtrack created by Teo Grimalt; iPoe will enliven Poe's stories like never before. Get shrouded in shadows and enter the dark work of the master of horror through some of his best stories.

 

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iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection

iPoe - The Interactive and Illustrated Edgar Allan Poe Collection
Product Type: 
App

This interactive collection of stories for iPad is a new concept where text, music and illustrations make you dive into the terrifying world of Edgar Alan Poe. Feel the difference between an electronic book and a total interactive experience. Exquisitely illustrated by David Garcia Forés (illustrator of Forgotten Colours) and accompanied by an original soundtrack created by Teo Grimalt; iPoe will enliven Poe's stories like never before. Get shrouded in shadows and enter the dark work of the master of horror through some of his best stories.

 

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iPhone - Music - Teaching

As a life-time educator I am always trying to find ways of having meaningful connections with my students. My iPhone + my weird cardboard speakers get used before class. Anyone can hook up their device to my speakers to play"their" music until class starts. If no one uses their machine then my iPhone collection of tunes gets used, This surprisingly simple action garners a lot of credibility in the classroom. Also my recyclable cardboard speakers have an edgy quality that helps.



It Comes Together

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 I have been using three devices in my office for some time; iPhone, iHome Center, Wilson signal booster. After a little frustration I realized that with a little office re-arranging I could have all three of my devices live / behave well together. In the past I was using a mix of any two of the above. Sounds simple- it was simple. Why had I not thought about it before... my mental disassociation of electronic communications (bits and bytes) with the "real world" of physical things. A mental blind spot. Now I am running full bars with full volume on a full set of great podcasts. I am full up happy.

 



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