PRESS RELEASE: imphoto 2.5 for iPhone out now!
New versions of imphoto for iPhone are now available:
New standards in quality and colour accuracy (in both standard and Pro editions)
Improved output options with an <<Extreme Quality>> mode for Pro edition
Increased export size for optimal display on iPad and optional watermark in standard edition
imphoto 2.5 brings a significant set of improvements to all users of both the standard and pro editions, revealing your pictures with even greater clarity.
A new version of the eye-fidelity™ engine is included in both versions. It features a fourfold improvement in image analysis and color accuracy, at no detriment in terms of speed.
For those users of the Pro edition who want to take iPhone photos to a new level of quality, there is now an Extreme Quality option. Selecting Extreme Quality from the advanced options in preferences gives unprecedented local contrast refinements at save/share time, delivering further crispness in your images.
For many users a great benefit of imphoto for iPhone is its easy sharing options. Facebook/Twitter output size has increased to 720 pixels max to match recently updated FB resizing policy, while the Save and Email output size in imphoto standard has increased by 40% and is now 1024 * 768 to match the iPad display.
By popular request it is now possible to remove the watermark from the processed photos. For standard edition users this is just an on/off option; to customise the watermark for your own copyright message remains a feature within imphoto Pro.
Philippe Dewost, CEO imsense, said “imphoto 2.5 is imsense’s best mobile application ever. We have listened to our user base, and packed our most advanced imaging technology into our streamlined, easy to use page flow interface to deliver the best solution for every iPhone user to shoot, reveal, and share their pictures in a few clicks, and effortlessly. We’re delighted with the sales of the imphoto app since its launch at the end of last year and hope that this upgrade will bring significant benefits to existing users as well as to new users of the product.”
(First posted on Friday, April 9, 2010 at 10:25 EDT)