Omer Shoor has released an update to Photogene² for iPhone adding the ability to export photos directly to Instagram along with several other improvements. The update improves app launch time and library synchronization speed, particularly on devices with larger photo libraries and users can now apply frames presets on top of other presets and iOS 5 users can take advantage of preserved original filenames when sending photos by e-mail. The latest version also adds the ability for Pro users to paste IPTC data on multiple photos and fixes several problems from the prior version including issues with blurry and pixellated saved photos, combining center-focus effects and crashes and freezes in red-eye auto-detection and the metadata viewer. Photogene² for iPhone requires iOS 4.2 or later and is available from the App Store for $2.
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