iPhone apps development has resulted in the invention of various applications. iPhone apps developers are using their creative ideas to come up with the most exciting apps that can make things easier and more entertaining for the users.
With the release of the new open-source PhotoAppLink library, iPhone users can now easily edit any image with the use of multiple photo-editing apps. This application works by providing a mechanism for sending an image from one application to the other and is available in different applications including Snap!, Color Splash, Simply B&W, PicTools, AutoStitch, TrueHDR, Juxtaposer, Click! and Photogene.
Users can now capture and edit images in more ways than they could do before. Previously, users had to use a number of applications to process one image.
They also had to transfer an image from one application to the other which was rather tedious. Users should save the edited image to the camera roll, close the running app and then run the next to load the image in it so that they can edit it. However, all these tasks get reduced with PhotoAppLink. With this application you can select another application which is compatible with PhotoAppLink interface. This launches the new app while transferring the image from the previous application to the new application. The user can edit it immediately.
PhotoAppLink apps can automatically detect other compatible apps installed on your device and you can access them in a user-friendly interface. This also offers a separate list of additional compatible apps the user may not have. You can see that how easy it makes to find more apps that support this simplified workflow.
PocketPixels and CodeCrop were the founding fathers of PhotoAppLink. Implemented as an open-source library, it is available on GitHub. The library is well documented. It is easy to integrate into existing applications.