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Darkroom for iPad ➝

Darkroom for iPad has been announced and is currently in beta. I don’t use the app too often on iPhone — usually the editing features built into the Photos app are sufficient. But when I need something more, Darkroom is my go-to.

My current workflow for processing photos with my Canon PowerShot G9 X always involves importing those photos into my iPad for editing. This is fine most of the time, because as I said, the Photos app is usually sufficient. But when I want to edit with a bit more power, I have to AirPlay the photo to my iPhone for Darkroom. I look forward to a future when that’s no longer necessary.

Darkroom for iOS ➝

Darkroom, a powerful new photo editor and sharing app for iOS, is now available for free on the App Store. One of Darkroom’s more powerful features (Curves) is only available after a $2.99 in-app purchase, but given how much control and precision it gives you while editing your photos I think it’s well worth the cost.

I’ve been beta testing Darkroom for a few months and I’ve been really impressed with it. The developers have managed to get an incredible number of editing controls into the app considering it only being a 1.0 release. From preset filters, undo and revert to original, and their raw RGB control feature their calling “Curves,” Darkroom is shaping up to be a staple application in my iPhone’s photography folder.

They’ve also produced a great introduction video showcasing the application’s more impressive features.