Naked Touch, the iPhone photo editor with the somewhat strange name, has leapt to the iPad with its first major version upgrade.
Naked Touch was among the first photo editors to appear on the iPhone. It offers a Photoshop-like sidebar of editing controls; a strong variety of image adjustments like saturation, noise reduction, and curves; the ability to create multiple in-app albums separate from the iPhone’s Photos app; and social sharing features that include support for Facebook, Flickr, and Tumblr.
This major 2.0 upgrade marks Naked Touch’s debut on the iPad. Its sidebar interface of color adjustment tools gets more room on the tablet’s display, as does the main canvas area. Also new in version 2.0 is the ability to zoom in on photos, support for Facebook’s new high-res uploading option, flipping images with the crop tool, and high-res graphics for the iPhone 4’s Retina Display.
Naked Touch 2.0 is available now in the App Store for $7. It requires an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS 3.1.
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