Magic Hour Review

Publisher: Kiwiple — Price: $1.99 —  Magic Hour is a camera app that’s purpose mainly focuses on  filters. There are over 40 filters, all of which are free.  You can use photos from your library. Also, Magic Hour saves the location of your photos when you take them. There is even a feature where you can customize your own filter,  or tweak those that already exist, with features such as curves, adjust, vignette, texture and frames. You can even create a set of your favorite presets, which you can save for quick access. This app also has great social integration, and is capable with a number of social features including  Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Tumblr, Flickr , and Dropbox. Stability is up to par, with the all the other camera apps comparatively I have reviewed during my tenure as a reviewer. The user interface is a bit unorthodox compared to other apps, but it is easy to use once you get the hold of it. There is also a filter market, from which you can download filters. You can search through the market by name and number. Overall, Magic Hour is a creative app which has interesting UI. Also, the main features of the app are the filters, which are unlike most other camera apps. Because of this I give Magic Hour an 9 out of 10.


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