Eraser+ - remove unwanted content from photos

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  1. katyy, Nov 24, 2012
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    katyy macrumors newbie

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    Eraser+ - the revolutionary tool for retouching and removing objects from your photos.

    Eraser+ is powerful, easy to use and magical - it gives you the freedom to remove unwanted objects from your photographs with a tap - remove people, clouds, small objects, large objects, blemishes or simply anything you want - it’s versatile and the ultimate way to create the perfect photograph.

    Eraser+ gives you the freedom to take control of your photographs - it’s an incredible tool, and it’s just a touch away. With Eraser+, you can remove objects in two simple steps: first, use our intuitive select tool to outline the object you want to remove, then, tap on the ‘Eraser' button - wait mere seconds, and the object is gone - it’s incredible.

    You have taken what seems to be the perfect photograph on a warm summer’s day - and then you notice a single cloud in the sky - remove it, simply with Eraser+. Or, you have taken a selfie, and a pimple decides to ruin what could have been perfect - just remove it, instantly - with Eraser+.

    Use our selection brush to outline the area, and within seconds, Eraser+ will remove whatever object you have selected - it can remove people, objects, vehicles, clouds and so much more. Turn something normal into something hilarious, or retouch any image to make it perfect - with Eraser+, the world is your oyster.

    Eraser+ is mighty and powerful - remove anything, big or small. Or, clone it, and retain the ultimate precision when you need it most. You can remove entire buildings, or things as small as blackheads on your face - it’s incredible, just zoom in, and smooth out. Create something funny by removing key objects in a photograph - such as your body, or even the wheels of your skateboard - who knew that hover boards existed?

    Eraser+ - remove objects from photographs, from your fingertips. Perfect for selfies, family photos, landscapes and even photographs with major details to remove!

    Features:
    - Object removal - use our simple, automatic tool to remove objects from a photograph flawlessly.
    - Clone brush - clone parts of your image to blend objects into the background.
    - Drawing with a cursor and resizable brush - retain ultimate precision while selecting or cloning objects.
    - Full screen mode.
    - Undo and Redo - reverse mistakes or recover from accidental undoes.
    - Share your photos through Facebook, Twitter, Email, or SMS/iMessage.
    - Save your photographs in their original size directly to your image library.

    Eraser+ combines intuitiveness with power - remove people and objects from your photos within seconds - and never settle for anything less than perfection again.


    Download on the AppStore: Eraser+


    Screenshots:

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    Sample images used under Creative Commons from dee & tula monstah (http://goo.gl/EsfTi, http://goo.gl/jIvMx), since always (http://goo.gl/QB2uX).
     
  2. JNGold macrumors 6502a

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    I for the life of me can't get this app to remove anything from any camera image. I have followed the directions to the "T" and cannot get the eraser icon to be active.
     
  3. katyy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    In order to activate the eraser button you have to select the content which you want to remove. If you are in cursor mode (the default mode) you can move the cursor (the green circle) with your finger. To make selection place the cursor on the unwanted area and with a second touch start to make selection. After the selection is made you are ready to tap on the eraser button. If you don't like drawing with cursor you can turn it off in settings then you can make selections directly with your finger. The cursor mode is turned on by default because it allows more precise selections. A video tutorial for Eraser+ is being prepared now and will be published soon.
     
  4. katyy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    New update released (version 1.1): The update includes video tutorial, updated help, and some bug fixes. For more info refer to previous post. Enjoy! :)
     
  5. katyy thread starter macrumors newbie

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    New major update released (version 2.0.1): Redesigned UI, added support for iPhone and iPhone 6 Plus, performance improvements and some bug fixes.
     
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