Digiback Photo

Digiback Photo

iOS’s Premier Photo Capturing Application

An unlimited number of photo filters

Digiback gives iOS users the ability to take full-resolution photographs using any combination of live filters. By combining the twenty adjustable base filters, users may create their own custom photo filters with a only few taps. These custom photo filters may then be saved into your app’s filter presets and applied to any future photos, or photos in their iOS photo album.

Base filters:
  • Photo controls including: Brightness, contrast, saturation, and exposure
  • Color channel controls: Red, green, and blue
  • Sepia tone
  • Cartoon
  • Color invert
  • Grayscale
  • Sketching
  • Edge outlines
  • Sharpen
  • Blur
  • Selective blur
  • Vignette
  • Pixelate
  • Radial pixellate
  • Hatch
  • Emboss
  • Swirl
  • Bulge
  • Pinch
  • Stretch

For instance, imagine the perfect exposure setting combined with a slight sharpen, followed by adding a hint of blue. Kind of makes for the perfect beach photo right?

Or maybe you’d like to get a bit more wild, so you emboss, saturate, and vignette all at once.


Use custom filters from the Digiback Cloud Community

Digiback’s Cloud Community provides a very simple interface to browse and download custom filters created by other users. Simply tap the filter thumbnail you like, and it’ll be saved in your app’s filter presets.


Post your photos to your favorite social networks

OK, just Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr for now. But more are on the way, I promise! You ask how is this different than every other photo app out there? Well, let me tell you. Digiback tracks your posted photos on these networks and relays how many likes, comments, retweets, and notes you accumulate. And of course, this information is relayed to the user directly in Digiback, essentially connecting your iOS photo library directly to Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.

Cool ehh? I though so.

Now I don’t have to go to Facebook and look at my shared photo to see who is commenting on it. I just load the photo in Digiback from my iOS photo library and up displays a list of people who have liked the photo, as well as their comments! Ditto for Twitter and Tumblr.


Now that you’ve read all this…

You should just download it. Let’s face it, you can’t complain about the price!