Aviary graduates from plugin to standalone app


Aviary, the photo editing plugin that worked alongside Android’s default gallery app, is now its standalone app. It’s still a familiar experience: you can apply effects, change brightness and saturation, and more to photos. The difference is that you’ll now find it in your apps tray, and it no longer relies on the gallery app.

They’ve even added a couple of new filters — sepia tone and black and white. Other changes include the ability to use drag and drop gestures to customize the toolset, a new temperature tool for “warmth,” and more bug fixing. It’s still free so grab your download in the Google Play Store here.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Looks great (although sometimes I wonder how many photo editing apps does the world need?)

    1. to each his own. Some like Photoshop, some like gimp, some like corel, and so on. There’s an app for everyone.

  2. its free to download but you have to buy the filters at $1/each. no thanks.

  3. Hey Phandroid,

    There’s something wrong with your implementation of disqus. When disqus notified me that Symbolic VFX replied to my comment, I replied on the link in the proffered disqus box and it took me to as opposed to the comment at this site.
    Something similar happened a day or so ago as well.

  4. Aviary is the company that got the viral resume buzz going about a year or so ago. Pretty funny stuff.

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