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NEW WATERLOGUE WATERCOLOR APP FOR iPHONE & iPAD
LETS YOU SEE THE WORLD LIKE AN ARTIST
Innovative photo app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch distills photos into artistic watercolors" Brooklyn, NY, December 12, 2013 – App developers John Balestrieri and Robert Clair today introduce Waterlogue on the iTunes App Store.! Waterlogue for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch transforms photos into spontaneous, unique, and brilliant watercolor sketches that look like real paintings.
“The idea behind Waterlogue is that we wanted non-artists to be able to see the world as an artist might—to give people access to a creative tool that doesn’t require any training,” says Balestrieri, founder of Tinrocket, LLC. “We were inspired by what creative people like artists and architects carry with them for visually documenting the world when on-the-go: things like Moleskine watercolor sketchbooks and these little homemade kits of watercolor pigments stowed inside repurposed Altoids tins. The spontaneous and personal nature of the images they create with these tools inspired Waterlogue.”
|Before & After Waterlogue|
|Progression Using Waterlogue|
Price: $3.99 US
Availability: Worldwide through Apple’s iTunes App Store
Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Requires iOS 7.0 or greater.
About Tinrocket, LLC — Founded in 2006 by John Balestrieri, Tinrocket, LLC, is a Brooklyn-based company that is dedicated to making original, creative software for Mac and iOS. www.tinrocket.com
John Balestrieri is the creator of the popular iOS photo apps, Percolator and Popsicolor. Percolator received a 41⁄2 out of 5 mice review by Macworld in February, 2012. PercolatorApp.com and Popsicolor.com
Robert Clair is the owner of Chromatic Bytes, LLC. He is a physicist, iOS and OS X developer, and author of the book, Learning Objective‐C 2.0, published by Addison-Wesley Professional. www.chromaticbytes.com