Design App Over Is Apple’s Free App Of The Week
There's a good news for all those who like to edit photos on their smartphones. The design app, Over is now free on the App Store as Apple's free app of the week promotion. Originally, the app costs $3.99 dollar, so if you're willing to save some extra bucks, head over to the App Store and install Over absolutely for free. From now through next Thursday, you can download, Over app anytime you want.
Over Gone Free On The App Store
Over is a photo editing app that allows editors to converge their photos into stunning graphic art. There is a lot of new stuff in the app, ranging from adding style text and backgrounds to adding clip art and shapes to any photo. If you're the type of editor who adds text on photos, the app offers more than 300 fonts to choose from. Moreover, the app also has an abundant supply of more than 800 illustrations as well.
Over has scored 4.5 stars out of 5 on the App Store, suggesting that the app is pretty popular and recommendable. If you haven't tried the app before, now is a good time since the app has gone free for a week. As far as the app design is concerned, it has intuitive controls with a clean and beautiful layout that users would love to use. Moreover, the interface is designed so well done that accessing various operations work like a charm. Users can also make use of the app as a source of artwork content from various artists. From the App Store Editors' Notes:
This user-friendly design app makes it fun turning photos into gorgeous graphic art. With Over you’ll add exquisitely styled text, shapes, and clip art to your images, all in a powerful interface you can control with your thumb. Just tap to select elements, then swipe to change colors, fonts, spacing—even nudge objects for pixel-perfect layouts. Over is flexible too, letting you customize its tools and features as your imagination flows.
At this point in time, the app is only compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch 5th Gen and iPad running Apple's iOS 8 or above. The app also offers in-app purchases as well, that hides extreme photo editing tools for users. So let's just not wait for the grass to grow and head to the App Store and grab your free share of the app.
This is it for now, folks. Do you use editing apps on your iOS device? Will you be giving it a try? Be sure to let us know how you liked the app in the comments.
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