App DescriptionAquiplicity "combines" image layers. It creates the illusion of duplicates by combining a stack of images taken with your iPhone. Create fun and artistic images you can directly email to family or friends from within the program.
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Aquiplicity offers something entirely new that has no rival. You can multiply anything in the frame of your camera.
Why should you purchase Aquiplicity? This is a new idea you won't see in any other application. In fact it may take you some time to adjust to the idea of combining images. It is that innovative. Aquiplicity works much like expensive desktop programs but without all the layer masks and other complicated procedures. You simply have to press a button. Even the abstract images you can make are unique. In Aquiplicity you won't have the complication of coloring in backgrounds or saving things off in broken up steps. This application isn't like pasting Barbie hair or fake mustaches on people. Aquiplicity is meant to be more fun artsy without the cartoon silliness.
Aquiplicity is a resource-intensive app, and works on all iPhones but performs best on newer iPhones. Of course this program rocks on the new iPad-2 and iPhone4 processors. If you have an old phone try turning it off and on, that should clear resources.
Aquiplicity has its technical flaws because it's complex behind the scenes. However, Aquiplicity obviously works great or it wouldn't be in the App-Store still. We've had some great sales this year and even school children rallying the product well. Everyone understands the competition other apps pose and how they create fake ratings and post under fake accounts. Apple has no way to guard against imposters trying to move their ratings up to gain money. Aquiplicity is easy to use but it isn't idiot proof either. After someone purchases a $29.00 plastic case for a couple-hundred dollar phone but then complains about $1.99 program to do photography art, I think it says something. :)
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February 27, 2013 Price Decrease: $1.99 -> $0.99
April 21, 2011 Initial Release