Editors' Note: The download button opens the iTunes App Store, where you may continue the download process. You must have iTunes installed with an active iTunes account in order to download and install the software. This download may not be available in some countries.
50% for a limited time as part of the App Store's Explore Your Creativity promotion! Combine your photos in infinite ways to create mind-blowing scenery, artistic framing, and surreal images.- "A professional image blending tool thats actually easy to use." - TECHCRUNCH- "A quick and easy way to turn your iPhone or iPad into a photo manipulation tool." - GIZMODO- "The best image-blending app around." - CULT OF MACFrom the creators of Tangent (App Store Best of 2013) and Fragment, Union is Pixites newest app for creating superimposed, silhouetted, and double-exposure photos on your iPhone or iPad. Here is how it works.1. Load a background image, solid color, or transparent layer2. Load a foreground image, solid color, or shape3. Efficiently erase areas of the foreground image using Unions palette of intuitive, user-friendly tools4. Adjust the position and size of the foreground image to reach desired composition5. Make color adjustments on the background and foreground so they blend seamlessly6. Save your work in full resolution and, if you want, share Union images on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter or email it to your friends.Whether you want to experiment with unusual image combinations or overlay semi-transparent photos to create double-exposure effects, Union invites professionals and hobbyists alike to venture into newest world of imaginative photo-editing and creative play. Create fantastic edits using the free images in the "Free for All" photo browser. Free for Alls are community photos that you can freely edit and share. They are contributed by amazing artists that support the mobile photo editing community. If youre going to share, just tag your edits with the artist's Instagram username and hashtag.
What's new in this version:
Fixed Photos album initially appearing empty on iOS 8.0.2