Ultralab Apps has created a whole library of awesome apps. Some of their other applications include Ultraweather and iPhorisms, both of which are also very high quality. Having seen their other apps, my expectations for Filterloop were quite high…and I was not disappointed.
You can mix and match from a total of 18 different filter options, which is great for people who like to experiment with different looks for the same photo. In addition to a decent-sized library of filter options, Filterloop is also great because of its simple, uncluttered user interface.
There are a ton of free photo apps out there, and many people gravitate towards the free apps instead of the paid apps. Filterloop may cost a little bit of money, but it is worth every penny. If you’ve tried the rest of the photo filter apps, then it’s definitely time to see what you’ve been missing with Filterloop.
Filterloop allows users to post their filtered photo creations to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter or export pics to other apps. In addition, there are two camera modes to play around with (square or rectangular camera mode.)
In short, Filterloop is ideal for photography fans who like a basic interface, but who also want to experiment with tons of different filter overlay options.
For iPhone camera junkies who want their photo apps to have a clean UI and a blazing-fast processing time, Filterloop is a top-notch photography tool. With tons of different filter combinations to experiment with, this is one of the most user-friendly photo apps I’ve seen on the iPhone in recent months.
Filterlooprequires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.