Lumière was updated to version 1.2.
First of all, I want to commend the developer for the attention paid to user feedback. I hope the willingness demonstrated up to this point will help the app getting better and better.
I also want to notify that previously observed aliasing issues concerning a few of the borders have now been fixed. Previous memory issues, especially those occurring when sharing photos via email from the in-app gallery, were also fixed in the new release.
But here is what’s new in Lumière 1.2 in detail:
- Improved resolution: Lumière now supports full resolution saving;
- Switch between High Quality (HQ) and Speed Quality (SQ);
- Added three new filters: Orange Crush, Negative Colour and Negative BW;
- Settings autosave: your settings are automatically saved upon exiting Lumière;
- Improved startup times;
- Bug fixes.
Some of the filters in this app are quite charming; up to the previous release, especially due to resolution limitations, one couldn’t actually make use of them outside of iDevices. The enabled full resolution feature will very likely please more than a few users.
If you’re into real-time processing in combination with vintage photo effects, Lumière is, also for the customer service provided, among the best options available in the App Store right now.
Developer: nebulus design
Compatibility: iPhone 3GS & 4, iPod Touch 4th, iPad 2. iOS 4.2 or later.