Autodesk has been hard at it spreading its free retro photo-processing app Pixlr-o-matic across every foremost platform. Within August, it launched an iPad app and it quickly shot to the highest of the download charts; it's still sitting in the top 10 free photo-processing apps. And now Android users can try out the 25,000 potential combinations of color filters, lighting effects, and frames on their photos.
What's finest about the app is the interface, which lets you instantly operate what you need, see the end result, and then share or save your final photo. The Android app is the single version that preserve connect to messaging services on your Android device such as Skype or IM. Images can also be saved to your SD card at resolutions up to 2,000x1,000 and they're stored with the names of filters you've used.
Unfortunately, you can only apply single filter, lighting effect, and frame at a time and you can't boost or diminish the effect. The only way to apply supplementary filters is to save out and reopen the photo. Also, all of the color filters have non-descriptive names, making it a little bit hard to pick your preferredresult. For example, "Sophia" is apparently heavy vignetting typical of a toy camera lens.
You can check out the slideshow below for more details, but generally Pixlr-o-matic is very much attractive the free download from the Android Market. Not sure you like it on your smartphone? You can also try it out as Facebook or Chrome Web apps, download it as an Adobe Air software for Windows, or just use it in your browser engine.