Mobile Pond has released an update to the iPad version of Photogene, its popular photo editing and processing app. Photogene 3.1 now allows iPad 2 users to output images up to 21 megapixels (5616×4212) in size. The latest version now allows users to create new Facebook albums directly in the app, adds an intensity slider to gradient effects such as vignette and blur and provides a progress indicator when uploading photos. Several improvements and fixes have also been made to IPTC editing and exporting photos with reflections and filters. Several new features are also available to users of the Pro version, available as an upgrade via in-app purchase. Pro users can now create and reuse their own custom IPTC sets, view and filter photos based on whether or not they have been exported and view a full export log for each photo detailing where and when it was uploaded. Photogene for iPad is available from the App Store for $3. Users can purchase the “Go-Pro” upgrade from within the app for an additional $7.
Photogene for iPad improves output resolution, adds new PRO features
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