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Crops pics perfectly
On iPhone 3G works perfectly since the update. With no zoom on camera, this comes in really handy. Thanks to dev for getting this app fixed!
ReekNoStink on May 16, 2009 for Scissors
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App saves portrait photos in landscape mode which streches them wierd. And loading time takes forever. 50% of the time app freezes my phone. Does crop photos just doesn't save them the same way they were cropped so pretty useless.
Draven05 on May 12, 2009 for Scissors
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Ok but
No matter how small a bit I crop or rotate it's always blurry please fix then I'll grade higher
Dash-attack on May 11, 2009 for Scissors
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Useful and intuitive.
Great tool. Who knew cropping would serve such a good function? I mostly use it when saving images off the Internet for wallpaper and I need to crop the parts I like. Good stuff.
jade*simian on May 9, 2009 for Scissors
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Works As Advertised
Does exactly what it's supposed to. If the image you're working with is low-res to begin with, and if you're cropping down to a small portion of said image, the resulting new image only looks blurry because you're viewing an enlarged chunk of the low res picture. Great app, some of the negative reviews are way off base.
ReallyImpressed on May 8, 2009 for Scissors
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Works very well!
I was expecting at least some small glitches, given a few of the other reviews, but my experience has only been positive. Here are my observations: - For best results, start with the clearest photo possible. - if you try to zoom too much, yes, the results will be blurry... but the iPhone camera has a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Don't expect a selection that only has a 200 x 200 area to be clear or sharp! The app is only able to work with available data. Not sure what resampling method is currently being used (should probably bicubic with a sharpening filter for actual reductions, or bicubic with smoothing for enlargement/zoom), but there might be a little room for optimization there. - Make sure you are using the latest version of the iPhone software. A previous versionof the OS had a bug when displaying certain resolution app-processed photos, such that only the thumbnail was displayed, rather than the full image.
Vintage Season on May 8, 2009 for Scissors
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