This week's free app is PopAGraph by Flamble Studios. This photo editor allows you to apply multiple files & effects, giving your image a 3D effect, and share with friends and family via numerous social networks.
From the App Store:
Introducing PopAGraph - the app that offers endless combinations of features that will add style to your images and produce a 3D effect by literally popping the subject off the image. PopAGraph incorporates state-of-art image recognition technology to assist you in effortlessly isolating the subject in your image and applying filters separate to the background to add a dramatic contrast. Generate a multi frame look with the framing options. Change the color and thickness of the frames and shapes. Add a caption and share your masterpiece with your friends. The possibilities are limitless, for full list of features, check out the list below:
+ Auto "POP" objects inside image. Automatically trim the masked area to the contour of the object using state-of-art image recognition technology. It outperforms the lasso tool in Photoshop.
+ 36 filters effects (may require "filter" packages upgrade): Grayscale, Sepia, Vivid, Picasso, Elegance, Blur, Sharpen, Haze, Contrast, Vintage, Amatorka, Etikate, Sunset, Sketch, Toon, Posterize, Dot, Mosaic, Crossword, Fragment, Pencil, Abstract, Doodle, Neon, Prime, Gloom, Xray, Clear, Clay, Sand, Edge, Halftone, Breakout, Frames, and Tiles.
+ Apply different filters to background image and pop objects
+ Undo & redo support on mask, filter, frames, and text operations
+ Add shapes as frames (up to 20) and combine them to form new shapes
+ Adjust frame position, size, border width, border color, and corner roundness.
+ Add captions with customizable fonts, color, position, size, and spacing.
+ 7 shadow effects (may require "style" package upgrade)
+ Assign backdrop color (may require "style" package upgrade)
+ Share your work
■ Post to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Sina Weibo
■ Save to camera roll
■ Send via Email, SMS
The app is free for a limited time. Check out the video below to see it in action.