Polamatic now for Android

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After the release of Polamatic for iOS in 2012, now came the time for Android to meet the application, which is already available in Google Play store. The apps allows its users to share their instant memories through Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr and … Instagram! Moreover, it can be chosen from 24 fonts, 36 frames and many other possibilities. Nowadays, people stared to look back and appreciate more the way things were looking in the past. For example black and white photos, the frames which has the mark of the time and they are happy to take a photo at a great quality and put their footprint on it.

As per our source, Polamatic features 20 photo effects and encourages users to benefit of  a number of color and tone adjustments to their photos. Having in attention the features, the app is high resolution  – 2282 x 2271px, 20 photo effects, user friendly, 36 authentic frames in the Polaroid Classic Border Logo format, easily share via Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr or email, control flash, grid, and front or rear camera.  Polamatic 1.0 can be bought from Google Play store or Apple app store and the price for Android is not big at all, just 1.99$.

Polamatic app

Polamatic app

This app is a total delight for everyone who wants to play a bit with their photos and then stock it in the phone gallery, or directly sharing with their friends from all important socializing web sites. Available for Android Gingerbread 2.3.3 and above, it offers access to lot of users. It is a perfect combination of modern, developed, futurist and old school. I, for example, love to play with the lights, shadows, colors and leave my imagination to explore the new territory and instruments put on disposal to make things look exactly how i want, how makes me smile and be happy.

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