Filters | iOS Universal Photo Filters App Template (Swift)

Filters | iOS Universal Photo Filters App Template (Swift)

May 13th 2017
• Added the following code at the end of the 'filterButtTapped()' method in ImageEditor.swift, in order to prevent image rotation after applying a filter on pictures taken from camera:
  let originalOrientation = filteredImage.image!.imageOrientation
  let originalScale = filteredImage.image!.scale
  filteredImage.image = UIImage(cgImage: filteredImageRef!, scale: originalScale, orientation: originalOrientation)
Mar 9th 2017
• Updated to Xcode 8.2.1
• Changed the App Icon
• Updated GoogleMobileAds.framework and its relative code in ImageEditor.swift
Sep 22nd 2016
• Updated to Xcode 8
May 21st 2016
• Removed iAd since it'll be discontinued on June 2016 
Feb 19th 2016
• Removed the square crop feature after picking an image from library or camera, now you can share/save an image with its actual size/orientation. 
Nov 6th 2015
• Fixed a small bug on the filters arrays declarations

FILTERS is a Universal app written in Swift that showcases 39 custom iOS filters, it’s easy customize and the included pdf User Guide explains how to edit or add a new filter to it. You can also share your edited image to social networks or Mail and Message.

FILTERS is a native XCode project, Storyboard, Swift, very easy to customize, it works with Apple Core Image filters.

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  • XCode 8.x project – Swift – 64bit
  • Universal – Storyboard – iOS 8/9/10+
  • AdMob banners
  • Easy to Customize
  • Works with Apple?s CIFilters
  • Snap pictures from Custom Camera Controller – Pick photos from Library
  • Share Photos to Facebook, Twitter, Mail, WhatsApp and SMS

Have fun with FILTERS, and don’t forget to rate it on your Downloads page!

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