Shout out to Ariana Grande for using Glitché to promote her record-breaking video 7 rings • Future and Juice WRLD for promoting their joint album WRLD on Drugs with Glitché • Moncler for its Instagram campaign GENIUS created with Glitché.
Shout out to Shane Dawson, Futura & HYPEBEAST Art, Kat Irlin, TM88, and all Glitché users. We’re gonna be in art history books.
By the way, Apple included Glitché in the list of the main heroes of 2018 along with Drake, Post Malone, and Cardi B!
Update the app now to experience Augmented Reality with our second object from the upcoming SCLPTR pack. Turn your photos and videos into digital sculptures or try the front camera to use SCLPTR as your selfie mask. Share your art with #Glitche hashtag and we will feature the best SCLPTRs on our official Instagram @GlitcheApp.
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Ratings and Reviews
Great app, but full-access costs $$
I was very disappointed to see that once I paid for the app, to unlock full-access, I would have to pay $9 more. It would be helpful if Glitché would make it implicit to their customers that this app will not permit full use of the filters when attempting to take a photo/video, and that this will only be used as an editing tool for photos/pictures in the iPhone photo library. I'm also not sure why I have to pay $2.99 to access "HD export" which, in all honesty, Glitché is charging me to use the full quality of the camera that is built into my phone. I already paid for the app, and an extra $2.99 for camera filter use. Why would the app block/downscale features that are native to my iPhone 7 Plus (such as HD picture/video quality)? It also charges extra to use the filters for videos in the camera roll. I'm a bit upset that I feel like I've been lied to by the app's developers in order for them to make a quick buck.
Why are so many developers doing this?
They are undermining their success, ruining their reputation by alienating & angering a once loyal & dedicated customer user base. All to make a quick buck. Myself, like many other user-patrons, have long ago paid for premium services or to have ads removed. And then suddenly out rolls the latest update with its Subscription based services and all of those previous payments are negated. Now we have to pay again, and usually considerably more money for many of the features that we already paid for. Is this not fraud? Bait and Switch? False advertising? It wouldn't surprise me to see this eventually unfold into a class action lawsuit. Apple could be complicit as well for allowing it. I could be mistaken as I am not a lawyer, but even if what they are doing is legal, it still seems unethical and bad business.
Come on Developers! Do the right thing! You had a fantastic app here with a base of users who would gladly pay for your next great app. Lose the subscription, give us back the original Glitch and roll out Glitch2. Make it bigger and better. You will have a lot of happy customers instead of ex-customers. I for one will applaud your efforts and gladly pay for another app; even for a Subscription.
Pretty good but there are some bumps
You have to pay more than the original .99 cents to use this full of this app along with exporting full quality apparently. Up to $9 I believe which I was not personally thrilled about however I do enjoy all the features. I only have a few complaints. If you wish to add text there is only one font option and I can't seem to resize it or move it around the screen which kind of tilts me. Also with the video filter with the date, I can't move the date to a corner of the screen making it more like a recording anyway, it takes up the whole screen. Other than that I am relatively happy with it, and I hope they continue to update it added more effects and texts and such.
- Glitche Ltd.
- 26.1 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 11.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Vladimir Shreyder, Boris Golovnev
- In-App Purchases
- Hi-Res Export $2.99
- Video filters $2.99
- Camera Filters $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.