Let’s start off by saying this app is great for a very specific look, kind of pop art, a little watercolour, vibrant and high contrast. Right now it’s only $0.99 in the US iTunes store.
The interface is pretty simple, you can shoot with the app or import a photo from your photo library. Once you bring a photo into the app, the app starts processing. Picking colours at random.
If you don’t really care for what it starts with, tap a colour square at the top of the screen or along the bottom to change the top or bottom gradient base. You can slide the colour selectors left and right to access the colours hidden from the main screen. When you tap one of the colours it starts reprocessing the image.
Tap the little paint brush to access some additional options.
Focus has three options: Minimal, Natural and Bold. Bold is a bit more vivid than the others, but I’d suggest playing around with each option to find the one that fits the image you’re working with. So far in playing with this, images that are more evenly exposed seem to have better results for me, especially with the Bold option. There’s also a remix option here which appears to give you random mixture of colour.
Here’s a couple of “Bold” examples.
The little heart is your key to output options. Tap on that before you save anything so that you can choose the largest output possible.
Here’s my photo of the day today. Originally shot with Hipstamatic, then taken to Popsicolor and finished off in Percolator. Fun piece of art!