The iPhone has been offered quite a few different photo editing apps from the App Store. Just looking through the online store, you will find apps for pretty much any effect you would like to accomplish. The iPad, however, hasn\'t been as blessed with apps for photos. Don\'t get me wrong, there have been a few apps for the iPad but the development has been slow.
Color Splash is an app that originally debuted on the iPhone and has now made it\'s way over to the iPad. The app has one extremely simple fuction that it does very well. Users can take a photo from their library and import it into the app. Once in, the photo then immediately turns black and white so users can begin adding color to them. The whole idea behind this app is that photos look cool if you only have your subject in color and leave everything else in black and white. The app acts very similar to the masking tool in Adobe Photoshop and in fact allows you to turn on the red mask to see what you are painting.
Overall the app worked exactly how I expected it to and really was easy to use. It didn\'t have too much customization though and seemed to be limited when it came to features. The price is still low for an iPad app so if you enjoy messing around with photos and want an effect like this, check it out.
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