With Percolator 2.0—launching December 13 in the App Store!—your Brew, Grind, and Serve settings import directly into iPhoto, Flickr, Twitter (via TwitPic), Photoshop and PreviewApp so you can remember (and share!) how you got to that perfect perc.
When uploading to Flickr, a default image title (“My Percolation”), and description (The recipe) are set:
Remember, you can always change this in the software you use to upload to Flickr as well. We also set a keyword/tag:
and the camera/device:
Here’s how it looks in iPhoto:
And in Photoshop:
And in PreviewApp:
Download the original photo if you’d like to take a look at the EXIF data.
Photo licensed through iStockphoto.com.
And here’s Percolator, today’s Best Thing Ever for people who love their iPhone photography.— Giles Turnbull, Cult of Mac
Even if you aren’t a professional designer or photographer, you can easily create some off-the-hook stuff to share with the world.— Chris Pirillo
I’m not kidding when I tell you that once you start playing around in Percolator, you’ll never look at pictures in the same way again.— Chris Pirillo
Percolator is an excellent and fun diversion from the large number of vintage and toy camera apps in the App Store. It’s a unique, well-done modernist app with a fun retro wink.— Life In LoFi: iPhoneography
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