Brought to you by the developer that built the smartest photo scanner app, Photomyne is proud to now also offer an AI-powered B&W colorization app that will blow you away. It’s one of the most accurate old photo colorization apps - the results will amaze you.
IT’S AUTOMATIC - JUST ADD B&W PHOTOS:
1. Scan a B&W photo or upload one from your camera roll
2. Just a single tap automatically adds color to your monochromatic photo
3. All done - save or share your newly colorized photo (includes an option to save and share a ‘Before & After’ image)
Turn monochromatic old photos into vibrant photo memories full of life and color in just seconds, with accurate AI photo colorization.
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- Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
I didn’t really expect much, but it really works (most of the time). Since I didn’t have any b&w photos, I downloaded some from the web. It seems to struggle when there are multiple people in different lighting. It seems to know patterns and is able to color based on those patterns such as bricks or wood. It was unable to colorize the U.S. flag, however. I had a color picture of a Buckingham Palace guard that I turned b&w and ran through the app. It knew the coat was supposed to be red. Overall, this app is very good at what it does. I’m hoping there will continue to be improvements.
A Great Start for a Great Tool
I appreciate and am grateful for what the app does, many thanks to the developers for this program. It's fun turning black and white photos into color photos.
Still, when the render process happens I noticed that it leaves spots of the photos I'm using untouched with color. A majority of the photo will be colorized very well and it's quite remarkable I think how well and seemingly magically this app performs this function. But, in pretty much every photo I've uploaded and imported. The render process will always leave spots of the photo I'm using untouched and those spots remain black and white or sepia or whatever else the original tint was in the source.
I haven't tried taking a scan of a black and white photo to colorize yet, so the app may provide better results using it that way.
Overall, though, I'm happy and grateful for such a nice, free application, thank you. Maybe with some updates to the program that I'm sure will follow. The developers could hone the process some more so that the render and transformation process doesn't leave any spots of imported photos untouched please. Thanks if you'll look into this issue.
Also, thank you again for this wonderful free tool and if you'll consider looking into refining and improving the colorization process and God bless.
Developer Response ,
We're always working hard to improve the app. Thanks for your download and feedback :)
Thank you so much for making this so easy to use and free! I used a different app but you had to pay. This one is easier to use and isn’t constantly trying to charge you. Such a great app too- I love coloring pictures of my grandmas to show her.
Developer Response ,
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.