Darkroom Stories September 26

Darkroom is a powerful photo editing app for iPhone and iPad that brings advanced editing features to everyone. The app has today been updated with a new Light Mode, improvements to the iPad experience, Siri Shortcuts integration, and much more.

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Darkroom Stories March 25

Darkroom is an approachable yet powerful photo editor on the iPhone and, as of version 4.0, the iPad where it really shines. Darkroom 4.1 is out today with a collection of new features that help extend the app across iOS.

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Darkroom Stories December 18, 2018

We got a sneak peek at Darkroom 4 coming to iPad last month and some of the handy features that would be shipping with the release. Today, the app is now available for iPad and also includes a huge list of features for all Darkroom users. Read on for all the release details and how Darkroom 4 for iPad and iPhone is more powerful, fast, and easy to use.

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Darkroom Stories November 19, 2018

The awesome iPhone photo editor Darkroom is coming to the iPad soon, and today we’re seeing a sneak peek of what to expect from Darkroom for iPad. Darkroom 4 is also looking for beta testers to put the app through its paces before release.

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Darkroom Stories March 29, 2018

Darkroom’s latest update brings creative control to the iPhone’s Portrait Mode capabilities. By taking a Portrait Mode photo’s depth data, Darkroom 3.5 can now independently apply adjustments to the foreground and background of an image. The new update also brings extended-range RAW support, depth-aware premium filters, and a slew of fixes.

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Darkroom Stories March 8, 2014

f.lux for Mac gets smarter with screen-dimming based on daily schedule, Movie Mode and more

f.lux, the popular utility that changes the color temperature of your Mac’s display to reflect the sun’s daylight cycle, has received a major update. Whilst still being in beta, the app can now calibrate your screen based on your actual schedule, not just sunrise and sunset times.

This means the app is now useful for people who have non-standard schedules, such as people who work night shifts. The app smoothly transitions between ‘daytime’,’sunset’ and ‘bedtime’ presets based on the schedule information provided. You tell the app when you wake up and it automatically calculates the color temperature levels for every hour of the day.

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