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Indie App Developer Releases Two Blockbuster Mobile Apps PicEm Photo Collage & Scan Plus

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Earl Albright rocks the mobile app world with his two new releases. Top rated apps that make the iOS platform more productive.

JAMAICA, NEW YORK. July 7, 2014. Fans of productive and creative mobile Apps are sure to like the two new releases by Earl Albright. This indie App developer has attracted a huge following with his latest creations: “PicEm Photo Collage for Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and is editor free” and “Scan Plus – Multipage Document Scanner for high quality PDF’s Pro”. Both Apps are compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Requires iOS 5.0 or later.

“Scan Plus” turns an iPhone and iPod Touch into portable scanners for documents, photos, paper notes, cards, whiteboards, receipts, invoices, contracts or any other kind of paper or text. It also creates high quality PDF files & JPEG images. It is now possible to share images through email, print and cloud services. Scan Plus converts any kind of document into a digital copy. Use a device camera or upload from the photo library to scan and edit documents. This new App is loaded with advanced features, such as: Batch Capturing, Corner and Edge Cropping, Filter Enhancements, PDF Quality, Multiple PDF Sizes, Tag Sorting, Sharing, Save To The Cloud, and “Email To Me”, a Scan Plus Exclusive. There are even additional features making this a powerful Scanning App.

“PicEm Photo Collage” for Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr and Twitter + editor free is used to combine, frame and edit ones most memorable photos. Email, text and Share with Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and send photos as postcards. Earl loaded this App to bring out the creativity in everyone with an iOS Mobile Device. It makes it easy to use the Camera or Photo Library to combine multiple photos into one frame. Multiple Layout Frames available, with more being added. There are also 75 Outer Border Frames, and it’s easy to change the color of each. Drag and Drop photos from one layout to another, and also put all of the layout sections in camera-mode at the same time.

With “PicEm Photo Collage”, it is a simple matter to change border widths and round corners. There are 11 aspect ratio sizes – Used to adjust photos for sending postcards. Add shadows to frames, and save images to camera roll. The company reports that the App has a Professional Photo Editor which can Enhance with FX & HD effects, Multiple Photo filters, Inner border frames, Stickers, Color Splash – Add or remove color, Orientation – Flip & rotate, Crop, Brightness, Sharpness, Contrast, Text, Meme – Top & bottom messages on photos, and many more.

For complete information, please visit: “PicEm Photo Collage” or “Scan Plus”

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Media Contact
Company Name: Earl Albright
Contact Person: Media Relations
Email: e.albright27@gmail.com
Phone: 347.512.2944
City: Jamaica
State: New York
Country: United States
Website: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/scan-plus-multipage-document/id730873477?ls=1&mt=8

ReleaseID: 5133

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