I’ve covered a few apps that make your photos look old and damaged. Some of them can be subtle, like Mextures or Distressed FX. Some of them can be quite intense, like Vintage Scene and Grungetastic (but they also have the capability of being subtle). Today’s app is PicGrunger, by Stephen Spring, and it wouldn’t know subtle if subtle hit it over the head. So if you like your photos to look like they’ve barely survived a flood, then give it a look.
When you start PicGrunger, you get a splash screen. The only control you have is a camera icon which takes you to your Photo Library, not to a built-in camera. (This is the iPad version; the iPhone version does allow you to take a photo with the camera.) That camera icon, however, is hidden behind the app name in the upper left corner.
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