Athentech, the editor of Perfectly Clear, the one click solution to improve efficiently your images, announced today a new version of Perfectly Clear for iPad (V1.4) and for iPhone (V2.4). Also, the Photoshop plug-in is compatible with Photoshop CS6 §just like Nik Software’s and DxO FilmPack).
Here is the list of the improvements and adressed issues of the new Perfectly Clear for iPad and iPhone :
- Fixed crashing bug from previous version
- Memory optimization to prevent running low on memory
- Optimized preview for faster loading
- Optimized correction speed by over 100%
- Updated save size to accommodate 8MP camera (4S)
- Optimized file size for faster workflow
- Made Tint correction more responsive
- Captures and preserves EXIF data when taking photo through Perfectly Clear
- Captures and preserves location data when taking photo through Perfectly Clear
- Preserves EXIF data when importing image
- Preserves location data when importing image
- Identifies Perfectly Clear corrected image in EXIF data
- Fixed image orientation data
- Improved share abilities with Facebook
- Improved share abilities with Twitter
- Improved share abilities with email
- Increased response from correction sliders
- Fixed unusual behavior of slide-out panel
More information and updates are available on Athentech Imaging website.
I don’t use Perfectly Clear myself very much. But I have to admit that I liked the concept in the software’s review. I discovered it a few years back when I was learning Bibble Pro, one of the first non destructive RAW photography software that was plug-in compliant. It works in full auto mode or can be set with a few simple cursors. It does well enhancing your photos dramatically. I tried the Photoshop plug-in which is nice but would be even more helpful if it would automatically create a layer so that you can then set the opacity to adjust the correction’s level afterwards… I bought it for my iPad and liked playing with it but what i Hate is that when you buy the iPad version, then you have to pay again for the iphone App. That kind of unfriendly marketing behavior kills me.