Download size2 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- photos library
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
#BLACKapp The very first B&W analog film simulator app for Windows Phone. Enhance your photos applying accurately researched and generated filters that match and make your photos look like some of the all-time best B&W analog film. Default and/or custom. Use a simple swipe to apply the film effect that goes best with your photo, or adjust it to your taste making use of the Curves, Fade and Vignette tools. - 7 accurately created real film based filter + Greyscale option: AGFA apx 400 FUJI Neopan 400 FUJI_FP-3000B (expired) Ilford HP5 Kodak 400TX Lomography Lady Grey Shanghai GP3 100 Greyscale - Curves, Vignette and Fade tools, to manually adjust and customize your photo to your taste. - Landscape and Portrait designed app that allows to edit your photos always in fullscreen. - Portfolio mode, tilt your phone on the collection of images to display them fullscreen in a beautifully designed layout. Wanna know how this is being made? Check our blog: Blackapp.tumblr.com Disclaimer: The film names are all trademarks and copyrights property of their respective owners. None of the film producers endorse or sponsor BLACK What's new: v126.96.36.199 - bug fixes and performance improvements - most recent photos now on top - ability to edit photos straight from the camera roll (edit > BLACK)
7/25/2014This has become my favourite photo editing app.
7/25/2014Fantastic app! I love the options and the effect it gives to my photos. Great job!
7/22/2014Beautiful app. Wish there are a lot more Windows Phone apps like this. Just need to improve on vignetting settings, maybe need a button to cancel the vignette effect. If the publisher have any ideas to make the color edition of this apps, please do so. I'm sure many will want something like that too..
7/21/2014GREAT! Put one filter looks like gotham...
7/11/2014Best b&w app in the whole store! Awesome filters, like from the real old cameras :-)