Give an amazing look to your images by applying beautiful filters and borders and then quickly share them by using services such as Flickr, Facebook, Picasa, Tumblr and more.
Analog provides 35 filter effects and 15 border models that can be combined any way you like. In addition, the app provides support for rotating or cropping the images.
Due to the modern yet minimalist interface, you will be able to find your way around the application quite easy. To get started you must import the photo you want to work on by dragging and dropping the file on top of the main window: Analog allows you to preview it on the main window.
The right side panel of the Analog main window comprises thumbnails for the available filter and border designs: to apply one of them simply select it from the list. You can easily adjust the intensity level through an easily accessible slidebar. Furthermore, in the crop panel, you can adjust the area you want to extract via simple drag and drop actions.
When you are satisfied with the result, the Analog Share menu allows you to send the image to your Tumblr, Picasa, Flickr, Facebook or CloudApp accounts. Moreover, you can save it locally or send it via email.
At the same time, you can import photos from the Aperture or iPhoto libraries, personalize them using the Analog capabilities and then send them back. The application is using randomized marks and scratches for each effect so no matter how many images you choose to process, each will have its own natural look.
To sum up, Analog offers basic image processing tools and enables you to personalize your images by using a collection of multiple border models or image filters that play on light effects or camera looks.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on February 13th, 2014
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixes to ensure you can keep sharing your images to Tumblr
Application descriptionAnalog is a streamlined and no-frills Mac OS X app that makes it effortless to improve your photos with a stunning sel...