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We recently updated Photo Table 1.1 with many bug fixes and new features. It's been almost a year since the initial version and we hope that updates might be more frequent. In launching Photo Table we've learned a lot about good design and how other people perceive our apps. While the app isn't designed for everyone, it fit a need I had in displaying photos to my grandparents. In using it, the human-feel provides that tactile feedback that's missing in the Photos app from Apple.
There's a lot of improvements that we'd like to do, and the list of feature requests continues to grow from our customers. If you have ideas, please send us them.
Photo Table 1.1 Changes
1. Send post cards for $1.99 in the US.
2. Create HD collages at high resolutions for backgrounds and wallpapers.
3. Share collages on Facebook, Twitter.
4. Multiple photo adding - iPhone/iPod Touch
5. Improved Facebook/Flickr integration. It fails less often and provides more feedback.
6. Improved the feedback for adding photos and switching albums.
1. Video exporter - create a slideshow video and share with family and friends on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
2. Collage maker mode - some of the slideshow features get in the way of making a collage. We can simplify the collage maker by removing or disabling some of the slideshow features.
3. Background customization for Photo Table. Choose a different background, color, or photo.
4. Integration with existing Photo libraries on the device. We'd love to view existing albums.
5. Re-ordering album photos.
6. Photo Table for Mac OSX - Play with your photos and create slideshows on your Macbook or iMac.
Update today! If you have more ideas for Photo Table let us know at PhotoTable@ArtworkEvolution.com
Buy Artwork Evolution on the App Store and create wallpapers for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad!
- Coffee Table Photos: Touch, slide, and flick photos off the table!
- Updated main screen user interface
Image of the Day
Artwork Evolution went on sale on February 12th for Charles Darwin's birthday. Darwin presented the theory of evolution in 1859 on how species survive. Artwork Evolution allows you to simulate evolution on your iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Much like animals adapt to their natural habitats, the images in Artwork Evolution adapt to your visual tastes. The App will be on sale from February 12th - February 19th in celebration of both Darwin Day and Valentines Day. Share evolution with your family and friends and discover a new way to create art. Everyone's an artist!
1. Download Artwork Evolution from the App Store
2. Download the Artwork Evolution wallpapers from the Media Page
I recently submitted Artwork Evolution to the Apple App Store as a universal application for iPhone and iPad. Here is a tutorial video, gallery, and feature list.
- Evolve any Image: Evolve new images from existing images
- Save any Image: Save images to the My Saved Album for future breeding
- Multiple Albums:
- My Saved Album: All saved images
- Top Rated Album: The best images created by users
- Refresh Button: Updates the album
- My Evolution Album: The active spawning pool for evolution
- Random Button: Create random images for more variety
- Thumbnail Image Screen: Displays a list of small images
- Large Image Screen: Calculates a higher resolution image for sharing
- Email Image: Share an image with a friend
- Save Image To Photo Library: Save a copy for future sharing
I've finished most of the application overhaul to enable dynamic evolution and I've integrated the new user interface with Artwork Evolution's existing evolution framework. Here's the main Album and My Evolution screen shots. The Album is the collection of images a user can view and evolve. My Evolution is the active evolution area where new images are created from scratch.
The Artwork Evolution interface is being updated to look more like the Photo app on the iPhone/iPad. The code behind the interface will work on both the iPhone and iPad in two modes. The grid mode, which is default on the iPhone and the frame mode which is default on the iPad. For the technically inclined, the grid mode can be used within a UIPopover on the iPad. The new interface will streamline browsing/evolution of online/offline collections. It should enable a unique user interface design over previous genetic art programs. Here's a demo image of the grid mode.