Afterlight 2

Afterlight 2

Designed & Published By Afterlight Collective, Inc

  • App Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2017-11-02
  • Current Version: 1.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 144.47 MB
  • Developer: Afterlight Collective, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 318 Reviews)
  • Price:
Afterlight 2 App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 318 Reviews

Afterlight 2 App Description

The most powerful, full-featured photo editing experience. One price, no subscriptions. New free content updated every month! Afterlight 2 is a complete overhaul of the original and widely popular "Afterlight", thoughtfully redesigned with ease of use in mind and an extensive list of brand new features. — ADVANCED TOOLS New tools like Curves, Selective Hue/Saturation, Clarify, Tone and more help you get the very best out of your photos! — DUST & LIGHT LEAK OVERLAYS Now freshly updated with a brand new tool, Overlays! Try out this new group of textures including prism effects, real film light leaks, and dusty film overlays. Rotate and expand them freely to give your photos that extra bit of style! — ARTWORK & TEXT Get creative and inspired using a fun list of hand-picked fonts + designs created by us! Customizable with useful tools like drop shadows, unlimited color options, masking and non-destructive layering. New fonts and designs to be added frequently, always free. — FILTER COLLECTIONS A regularly updated list of high quality filter packs created by photographers we love! Always free. — FILTER EDITING All filters are created using an advanced process that ensures a unique touch across a wide variety of photos. Customize existing filters to fit your needs or create your own as Fusions! — DOUBLE EXPOSURE Blend photos together to create unique one-of-a-kind combinations! — HISTORY Undo or redo any action at any time during the editing process. — FULL QUALITY ZOOMING Use multi-touch gestures to zoom into fine details for precision editing without losing quality. — NO HIDDEN FEES OR SUBSCRIPTIONS No subscription, no in-app purchases, updates are always free! Have a question? Support on Twitter - @afterlightapp Instagram - @afterlight

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App Reviews

  • Eh.

    By Whoatheredoll
    I used Afterlight for years and every time I got a new phone I made sure I downloaded it. I loved it. Then I get on my phone and realize the app is not there anymore, and then... bam In the App Store there’s a new afterlight. I’m like “cool, ok. It’s 3 dollars, uh ok, but it’s most definitely probably worth it.” I buy it. I open it up to edit my picture, and everything is different. I’m trying to find my favorite filter and I just can’t. So I try to find something similar and I just stick with that. I’m actually disappointed. I feel what was so easy to maneuver through has now become so much more complex. I hope I can eventually learn to love it as I did the original, but for now I’ll be looking for new photo editing apps.
  • Epic

    By CharliePhotography
    Epic app. Love it. Super simple, customizable, and you can create your own filters!!
  • Stick with Afterlight 1

    By therocket_man
    As another reviewer stated, there’s really no reason to get this if you have the original. I bought this partly in protest of VSCO’s walling in of new features to their annual fee. However, I quickly realized this app is largely a reskin of Afterlight 1. Notably, frames/borders are missing altogether; this was a feature I used frequently in Afterlight 1. Further, the quality of filters is noticeably poorer than VSCO in my option. Here, they appear artificial. I also found it difficult and unintuitive to try and create my own to save and use for future use. Overall, I’d say VSCO>Afterlight 1>Afterlight 2. At the very least, all of Afterlight 1’s features should be included here. I hope my money might go to such additions.
  • Perfection

    By I’m Dancin In Atlanta
    I can't list one problematic thing about this app.
  • Great app!

    By Casey.Lee
    You can tell the developers of this app spent a lot of extra time getting the perfect user interface. The controls are super responsive and the previews are fast. It’s a simple process to apply quick micro adjustments, saved presets, or go deeper with layers and overlays. As a photog/designer, Afterlight 2 is what I’ve been waiting for!
  • The circles are back!

    By mattpetermann
    I can finally delete the old Afterlight. Thanks!
  • Consistently adding great features

    By aliiien
    I have to up my four-star review to a five because Afterlight’s devs really keep coming through. Enlight is still the app to beat, but I’m hopeful that, given the rate and quality of updates, Afterlight 2 will be my primary editing app in the near future. Fingers crossed, but until then, it’s still a stellar app that’s absolutely worth the few bucks they modestly ask.
  • My Ride or Die Photo Editing App

    By missteallouise
    I started using the first Afterlight several years ago, and never used anything else until their newest launch of Afterlight 2 came out. What I love about this app is that it allows me to create a seamless color theme on my Instagram, but beyond that, the pre curated filters are so stinking beautiful. They don’t look overdone and they don’t minimize the quality of the photo. They add the perfect artsy flair. I also love all the new effects added to this app, and the fact that it’s a one time purchase. They keep adding more cool effects and i don’t have to continually purchase them as they’re released. I recommend this app to literally everyone. 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
  • Much better now

    By Geoff_y
    All the old features coming back into this version along with exciting new tools. Fantastic app now.
  • Full featured without in app purchases and subscriptions

    By super8000bees
    This is a great photo editing app that doesn't bait and switch you. It has a strong set of tools and a solid UI Only suggestion: non-destructive crops. Sometimes I crop and then edit and decide to go back and change the crop. It seems like cropping needs to be the last step of your workflow because you can’t recover anything you cut out later.