Bamboo Loop

Bamboo Loop


Bamboo Loop is a creative photo-sharing app that turns your photos into beautiful paper-like digital cards. You can browse through different photo filters, shapes and write or draw directly on top of photos with Wacom’s powerful inking tools. Share your creation on a variety of social media – or for a more personal touch, directly to a friend.

DO MORE WITH YOUR PHOTOS
The simple, clean interface makes it easy to customize your photos and create beautiful and fun Loop cards. With Wacom’s unique inking technology, writing and drawing on top of photos feels fast and smooth. The zoom function let’s you add more detail.

CREATIVE TWIST
When someone sends you a photo in Loop, you can reply by writing or scribbling on top of the photo and swipe it back – creating an endless loop of photos sent back and forth

SHARE OR POST
With Bamboo Loop you can either share your moment with people close to you directly within the app or let a group of friends see your Loop card on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram.



FLIP THROUGH HISTORY
Browsing to relive that funny moment or see that beautiful card is made easy by flipping through a stack of cards. There is a stack for each of your friends, safely storing every card that you exchanged with that person.

BAMBOO STYLUS
Loop is finger-friendly but for more control and detail on your smartphone we recommend our Bamboo Stylus range.

Recent changes:
• Compatible with Android tablets
• Compatible with Android 4.4 “KitKat"
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Free
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3.5
User ratings
991
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
3
File size
32376 kb
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About Bamboo Loop
Bamboo Loop is a creative photo-sharing app that turns your photos into beautiful paper-like digital cards. You can browse through different photo filters, shapes and write or draw directly on top of photos with Wacom’s powerful inking tools. Share your creation on a variety of social media – or for a more personal touch, directly to a friend.

DO MORE WITH YOUR PHOTOS
The simple, clean interface makes it easy to customize your photos and create beautiful and fun Loop cards. With Wacom’s unique inking technology, writing and drawing on top of photos feels fast and smooth. The zoom function let’s you add more detail.

CREATIVE TWIST
When someone sends you a photo in Loop, you can reply by writing or scribbling on top of the photo and swipe it back – creating an endless loop of photos sent back and forth

SHARE OR POST
With Bamboo Loop you can either share your moment with people close to you directly within the app or let a group of friends see your Loop card on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Instagram.



FLIP THROUGH HISTORY
Browsing to relive that funny moment or see that beautiful card is made easy by flipping through a stack of cards. There is a stack for each of your friends, safely storing every card that you exchanged with that person.

BAMBOO STYLUS
Loop is finger-friendly but for more control and detail on your smartphone we recommend our Bamboo Stylus range.

Recent changes:
• Compatible with Android tablets
• Compatible with Android 4.4 “KitKat"

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A Google User
Friday 1:06 AM
lovely app it's great n wonderful app, made me be creative
A Google User
5 days ago
Go Few go
A Google User
Aug 30, 2014
Social Sharing Why are you installing a social sharing app, and then complaining about the Facebook or email connecting? What were you planning on using to send the photos? Carrier Pigeon? (Please don't tell me you think this is Bamboo Paper, when Bamboo Paper is actually linked below.)
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Aug 28, 2014
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Aug 15, 2014
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