I recently reviewed Realmac Software’s Analog Camera for the iPhone and iPod touch. With its minimalistic user interface, this app from the makers of the Clear to-do app is probably the fastest and easiest way to take and process images on your iPhone.
Although it crops images for the square format, Analog Camera ships with eight Instagram-like filters and quick sharing options, which is ideal for impulse sharers.
Keeping true to its promise, Realmac today updated its Analog for Mac app with Analog Camera filters. And to celebrate the move, they’ve shaved 50 percent off its asking price in a time-limited promotion…
Realmac wrote in a blog post today’s version 1.3 update has brought the filter count up to 35, including classic camera looks, light leaks (always my favorites) and more.
You will also love fifteen borders and basic editing tools like rotation, cropping and more. As a bonus, Analog integrates with your existing photography workflow, letting you send your photos from Aperture and iPhoto to Analog and save them back to your library.
It even ensures that scratches, marks and other noise are randomised. As a result, each time you process an image it’ll have its own natural variation – just one of the few little touches that make Analog a pleasure to use.
Last, but not the least, sharing features include Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and CloudApp, in addition to publishing to Tumblr.
Oh, and the app icon is gorgeous.
For more information, head over to the Realmac web site.
Here’s a quick promo clip.
Today’s update, of course, is free for existing users.
Analog for Mac now features the 8 beautiful Analog Camera for iPhone filters! Just $4.99 until Sunday: realmacsoftware.com/blog/analog-fo…
— Analog (@analogcamera) June 5, 2013
If you’ve been on the lookout for a great Mac photo editing app to give your snaps some soul, now is the perfect time to pick up Analog for Mac for half price, or just five bucks a pop, from the Mac App Store.
The app is OS X Mountain Lion and Retina-ready.
Keep in mind that the 50 percent discount is valid for a limited time so you may want to hurry as the price will go up by Sunday evening.
Analog Camera for the iPhone and iPod touch is a 99-cent download.