Pixelot: Pixelate, Blur Photos

Pixelot: Pixelate, Blur Photos


Pixelot provides an easy method for blurring or censoring regions of a photo with pixels. Use this app to hide faces, license plates, names & addresses, etc. Then share your picture on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, email, and more*.

Simply open Pixelot, choose an image from the gallery or take a new picture, and then drag your finger around the region you wish to censor. Alternatively, you can pick a specific color to use in the blur or select a common color from the image using the sample feature. Use this to mask faces, account numbers, signatures, or just use it to do some fun unnecessary censorship.

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Pixelot has no advertising or third-party links. There is a one-time in-app purchase that unlocks a set of premium features for a fee.

Premium features include:

* Triangle, Strip, Hexagonal, and Gaussian filters
* No automatic resizing of images
* Blur eraser: Selectively erase blurring, allowing you to undo blurring within regions of the image
* Faces: Experimental support for automatic blurring of faces
* Zoom and pan

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* You must have Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc apps installed in order to use this Share feature.

Recent changes:
v2.2.1: Fix for blank screen on devices running Android 4.2.x.

v2.2: Correctly detect photo rotation on load. Miscellaneous bug fixes.

Also, this release adds an experimental feature: You can now add text to your images.
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About Pixelot: Pixelate, Blur Photos
Pixelot provides an easy method for blurring or censoring regions of a photo with pixels. Use this app to hide faces, license plates, names & addresses, etc. Then share your picture on Google+, Facebook, Twitter, email, and more*.

Simply open Pixelot, choose an image from the gallery or take a new picture, and then drag your finger around the region you wish to censor. Alternatively, you can pick a specific color to use in the blur or select a common color from the image using the sample feature. Use this to mask faces, account numbers, signatures, or just use it to do some fun unnecessary censorship.

***

Pixelot has no advertising or third-party links. There is a one-time in-app purchase that unlocks a set of premium features for a fee.

Premium features include:

* Triangle, Strip, Hexagonal, and Gaussian filters
* No automatic resizing of images
* Blur eraser: Selectively erase blurring, allowing you to undo blurring within regions of the image
* Faces: Experimental support for automatic blurring of faces
* Zoom and pan

***

* You must have Google+, Facebook, Twitter, etc apps installed in order to use this Share feature.

Recent changes:
v2.2.1: Fix for blank screen on devices running Android 4.2.x.

v2.2: Correctly detect photo rotation on load. Miscellaneous bug fixes.

Also, this release adds an experimental feature: You can now add text to your images.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Yesterday 1:47 PM
Awesom
A Google User
Sunday 3:50 PM
Free I have to agree with Robin Jacobs. So instead of limiting the features available for use in the free version, perhaps have a photo limit. Full functionality but only for 5 photos or whatever.
A Google User
Jul 20, 2015
It sucks Literally doesn't blur the photos lol
A Google User
Jul 19, 2015
WARNING!! Bought premium only to find out it crashes EVERY TIME that I try to erase/undo a blur. Money down the drain. Galaxy S5, Android 5.0 EDIT: Now for some reason I no longer have the pro version that I paid for. Even better...
A Google User
Jul 17, 2015
Help! How can i remove the blur to my face in my picture? I've seen a picture that blurreding the face. Help!
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