Tiny Planet FX is the first Android app for adding tiny planet effects to photos—right before your eyes! You won’t believe how fast it is to transform the everyday images on your Android device to exciting and interesting! The Tiny Planet FX app provides the standard features you’ll find with most desktop apps and more to create virtually millions of effects!
If you have been settling for tiny app enhancement from a complicated desktop application, you will appreciate everything that Tiny Planet FX has to offer. Tiny Planet FX lets you set your creativity free with instant tiny planet effects on just about any Android device. In only a few seconds you can convert any photo into a tiny planet masterpiece. There are actually millions of possibilities! We know you will be so amazed that you will want to share your photos with your family and friends! Tiny planet effect can be called, wee planets, little world, Little planet, tiny world, mini world, or small world.
Here are a few of the Tiny Planet FX features that will turn you into a photographer extraordinaire!
✔ Full resolution support!
✔ Easier to use than desktop applications—and more features too!
✔ 7 adjustment parameters – more than the standard tiny planet process!
✔ Apply tiny planet effects to your existing photos or with your next photo capture!
✔ Create your own stereographic projection out of your photo!
✔ Ideal for landscape panoramic photos, but supports other types!
✔ Faster results than the tiny planet effect available in stock app!
✔ Enjoy more control on final image compared to what is available in stock app!
✔ 1-click save feature to store your photos on the SD card on your Android device!
✔ Built-in crop feature so you can focus on the part of the image you want!
✔ Show off your awesome Tiny Planet photos with your friends via email or Facebook!
✔ Filter like Fisheye Effect!
✔ Small world effect!
✔ Circular worlds!
Make your own mini worlds!
Try Tiny Planet FX today!
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* Saving images on external sdcard support has been removed from KITKAT devices due to Google s new sdcard restriction.
* Image orientation bug fix for Kitkat.