Each effect has now a more functional control panel, featuring an intensity slider which can be adjusted for subtler final effects. Likewise, users can now add borders and vignette from within the effect screen, without having to go back to the in-app settings menu to enable, change or disable these elements every time.
The newly added frame icon is positioned on the left side of the intensity slider. By tapping on it, one among Bleach Bypass frames is applied to the image. To scroll among frames, all the user needs to do is tapping on the icon: one tap enables the light, two the black and three the retro frame; by tapping once again frames are disabled. Enabling vignette works in the same way: by tapping on the vignette icon positioned on the right side of the slider, it’s possible to enable and disable vignetting instantly.
Bleach Bypass 1.2 also brings enhanced previews to non-retina devices.